Lake Eufaula State Park

Lake Eufaula State Park Hwy 69 & Hwy 150
Checotah, OK 74426

Phone: 918-689-5311

***NOTICE*** To check on possible Oklahoma State Park closures due to high water, please click here.

Formerly known as Fountainhead State Park, Lake Eufaula State Park is a great choice for an Oklahoma getaway. Whether the stay is short or long-term, a visit to this state park is guaranteed to be memorable. The park is located just south of I-40 near Checotah, in eastern Oklahoma. Situated on Lake Eufaula, a 102,000 acre reservoir, there are many activities available for visitors on both land and water.

***NOTICE*** To check on possible Oklahoma State Park closures due to high water, please click here.

Formerly known as Fountainhead State Park, Lake Eufaula State Park is a great choice for an Oklahoma getaway. Whether the stay is short or long-term, a visit to this state park is guaranteed to be memorable. The park is located just south of I-40 near Checotah, in eastern Oklahoma. Situated on Lake Eufaula, a 102,000 acre reservoir, there are many activities available for visitors on both land and water.

On land, Oklahoma's diverse foliage and wildlife can be observed on hiking trails such as the Bluebird Trail. Visitors can bring bikes to get around the expansive park and take a ride on one of the mountain bike trails. Visit the on-site Lake Eufaula Stables and saddle up for a guided horseback ride or bring your own horse and explore the trails. The Deep Fork Nature Center educates visitors about native animals and plant species, and kids and adults can participate in naturalist programs and activities. For kids, the park offers many playgrounds and a fishing pond.

A 9-hole disc golf course is located at Hummingbird Beach, and there is no fee required to play the disc golf course. Stop by the gift shop in the park office to rent disc golf equipment for a nominal fee. Nearby, the 18-hole Fountainhead Golf Course, operated by the Muscogee Creek Nation, features views of the lake, complete with a putting green and pro shop. Lake Eufaula State Park also has a Lovelock Fountain, which encourages visitors to add a personal, and lasting, touch to the park.

While there are so many things to do on land in the park, Lake Eufaula allows visitors the opportunity to play on the water. There is a swimming area with a beach, and multiple boat ramps provide easy access to the lake. Fishing is a big attraction at Lake Eufaula State Park, and a marina located in the park makes year-round fishing possible with an enclosed, heated fishing dock, as well as a tackle shop. Some of the largest fish in the state have been caught at Lake Eufaula.

Various accommodations for a stay at Lake Eufaula State Park are available. Approximately 34 full hookup RV sites, 65 RV sites with water and electric and 93 tent sites are available. For a unique overnight accommodation, book a stay in a yurt, which offers a foldout futon with bedding, microwave, mini fridge, electrical outlets, a large picnic shelter and lake access at your doorstep. Pets are not allowed inside the yurt.

Comfort stations are scattered throughout the park. Ideal for meetings or family reunions, the group camp features a fully equipped kitchen, dining hall, stocked pond and four air conditioned bunkhouses that can accommodate up to 96 people. Lake Eufaula State Park also features an airstrip for the convenience of those who would like to fly into the park.  In addition, there are coin operated washers and dryers located in the Dogwood Drive Campground.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Amphitheater, Camp Store, Campsites, Credit Cards Accepted, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Full Hookups, Gift Shop, Grills, Handicapped Parking, Lake Access, Marina, Meeting Space Available, Naturalist on site, Office WiFi, Park Ranger, Pets Allowed, Pets Allowed in Park, Playground, Pull Thru Sites, Restaurant on site, Restrooms, Showers, Swim Beach, Waterfront Sites

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40, US-69

  • On-site Activities: Biking, Boating, Disc Golf, Fishing, Golf Course on site, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Swimming, Volleyball, Watchable Wildlife, Waterskiing

  • On-site Lodging: Group Camp, RV Sites, Tent Sites

  • Rentals: Horse Rental

Tent sites: $12

RV sites with electric & water hookups: $20

RV sites with electric, water & sewer hookups: $23

Premium sites: Additional $6

Yurt: $65 per night. Yurts require a two night minimum stay on the weekend and three nights over a holiday weekend. There is a five day cancellation policy for refund.

Disc rental for disc golf: $5

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From I-40, go 4 miles SW on Hwy 150.

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From christine Beck on 06/26/15

Thanks 4 the Info. I was born n okla

From Staff on 06/26/15

Jesse, all tent sites are available on a first come, first serve basis, so the best way to check on what is available and what amenities a campsite has is to call the park office directly at 918-689-5311. Thank you for using!

From Jesse on 06/26/15

any tent sites available that have shade and close lake access?

From owner on 06/25/15

Tabitha, semi modern sites have water and electric hookups. Modern sites have water, electric, and sewage hookups. If there is a specific site that you are wanting you can call the Park Office to see if it's available for your dates before you make your reservation. You can call the Park Office at 918-689-5311. Thank you!

From tabitha on 06/25/15

What is the difference between a semi modern and modern RV site. Also, how do you assign site numbers? i dont see where i can reserve a specific site number.

From Staff on 06/22/15

David, you are welcome to car camp in any Oklahoma State Park tent site. Please keep in mind that you'll be paying the tent camping fee of $12 per night. If you have any questions, please call the park office at 918-689-5311. Thank you for using!

From David on 06/19/15

Are the tent sites suitable for car camping? I will be driving through on my way to and from Austin, and would like to have a safe place to park overnight, showers and such. I do have a tent but might not necessarily use it.

From Staff on 06/15/15

Tracy, there's no set time for RV check in. As long as the site does not say it is reserved, you are more than welcome to set up as soon as you arrive. Thank you for using!

From Tracy on 06/15/15

Is there a specific check-in time for RV Sites?

From Staff on 06/15/15

Brenna, the yurt at Lake Eufaula State Park is a large, circular tent with a door. All of the tent sites at Lake Eufaula State Park are considered primitive and do not come with electric hookups, but you are welcome to put your tent on an RV site and pay slightly more. One tent is allowed per site, though you are allowed to have one additional child's tent for your dependent minors under 18 at no additional fee. Otherwise you would need to get the park manager's approval. For more information, please call the Lake Eufaula State Park office at 918-689-5311. Thank you for using!

From Brenna Durkee on 06/13/15

What is a Yurt? Do you have tent sights near the water with space for multiple tents? Also do they have electricity?

From owner on 06/08/15

Laura and Sandi, please call the park office at 918-689-5311 for Yurt reservations. Thank you!

From Sandi Lindsey on 06/07/15

how do you rent a yurt?

From Laura on 06/05/15

I'd like to rent a yurt for a one night stay during the week. How do I go about reserving one? Thank you!

From Staff on 05/06/15

Misti, to make campsite reservations, please click the green 'Book RV Campsites' button at the top of this page. Thank you for using!

From Misti miller on 05/06/15

Can you make campsite reservations

From Staff on 04/02/15

Andrew, we are unfamiliar with South Point Boat Ramp, but there is a map on the right side of this page (red link that says View Lake Eufaula Map) that shows the locations of all the boat ramps. If you have any questions, please give the park office a call at 918-689-5311. Thank you for using!

From Andrew Wilson on 03/31/15

I am looking for directions to the South Point boat ramp.

From owner on 03/31/15

Para, the April special is for all tent sites in the park. Thank you!

From Para Proffer on 03/31/15

Hello, i am planning a family camping trip for this weekend and saw that you are running a special for the month of April where it only cost $5 instead of $12 per night for tent campsite. Does this include all tent campsite within the park?

From Staff on 03/26/15

Mary Jo, for wedding information, please call the Lake Eufaula State Park office at 918-689-5311. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Mary Jo C Carter on 03/26/15

Looking for a pavillion to possibly rent for a wedding

From Staff on 03/10/15

John, for group camping availability and reservations, please call the Lake Eufaula State Park office at 918-689-5311. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From john cathey on 03/09/15

looking for a group site for 60ppl for the last weekend of april, don't see any booking information for group site pickens need pricing and site info

From owner on 03/06/15

Destiny, we do have two prefered tent sites that have electric and water. They are located in the Deepfork campground. Thank you!

From destiny on 03/06/15

Hi does your tent sites have electric?

From Staff on 12/18/14

Ricky, to see an exterior and interior picture of the yurt, please click the photo above and click to pictures 6 and 7. For availability and reservations, you'll need to call the park office at 918-689-5311. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Ricky on 12/18/14

Are there any pictures of the Yurts to rent for the weekend? Thank you!

From owner on 08/26/14

Thank you for the compliment Brett F! We try and Scarlett and Carol are champs! We are glad you came to see us and hope you come back. That extra hour is so worth it! : )

From Brett F on 08/24/14

We came with the fam and a pop-up camper... thoroughly enjoyed the weekend. Scarlet and Carol were both super friendly and helped us pick out the right spot. Not too close to the lake -- our 2 year old is fearless and fast -- but close enough to walk to the designated swimming area... nice and shady... near the bathhouse and playground equipment. I would recommend it to anyone who is going for a relaxing experience of quiet outdoors and beautiful lake. Only downside I can think of is that Lake Eufaula was about an hour farther from home than I thought it was - oops, my bad

From owner on 08/16/14

Bob Nelson, Lake Eufaula has 632 miles of shoreline. You were NOT at Lake Eufaula STATE Park. You were at a Corps of Engineers Park, which is a federal facility. We are not responsible for them or their facilities. We are sorry however that you had a bad experience. We do have an indoor marina here as Emily Rodebush mentioned. Currently it is open Wednesday through Sunday. We have what you want here including a really nice nature center with programs that you can take your grandchildren to. Come see us.

From Emily Rodebush on 08/14/14

Bob Nelson, According to your post, it sounds like you stayed at No.9 Landing, which is a Corps of Engineer campground, not Lake Eufaula State Park on the more northern end of the lake. There are a few marinas that you can fish from year round for $5 and under, depending on your age. They are Lake Eufaula Marina as mentioned below and Belle Starr Marina. Since it is a COE lake, the property owners don't own the water, beaches, etc. Their docks are privately owned so you'd have to have owner permission to fish from them but you can bank fish all over Lake Eufaula.

From Staff on 08/11/14

Bob, we're sorry your stay at Lake Eufaula State Park was not what you expected. Please know that your comment has been passed along to the park staff. Just to let you know, there is an enclosed fishing dock at the Lake Eufaula Marina. If you're interested in learning more, please click the marina's name under 'See Related Listings' at the top right side of this page. We hope you'll give Lake Eufaula State Park another chance! Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Bob Nelson on 08/10/14

Our stay was not what we expected. This is a state owned lake, however, the lake front properties are privately owned and unavailable to fishermen. You cannot fish off any boat docks and if you don't own a boat where are you supposed to fish? The opportunities are very limited. We took our grandchildren camping in an RV park, No. 9 Landing North. The personnel there were nice and hospitable. But on Wednesday, Aug 6, 2014, the park was being mowed. That was the worse job of mowing with a lawn tractor I have ever seen. After the person finished, it could have been bailed and bundled. Missed spots were evident the person using the weedeater was just an inept. It was disgraceful and I would have been ashamed if someone from out of state came to see our beautiful landscape. For Eufaula to be the biggest lake in Oklahoma it needs to be cleaned up. It would be nice if Eufaula had an indoor fishing dock. Doesn't have to be fancy, just a place to fish if you don't have a boat or lakefront property. Charge $5 a head, no concessions, but the patron can bring their own. That would certainly bring me and my family back to Eufaula. It seemed Eufaula has secluded itself to property owners, people who can afford a boat, and not to the regular person who just wants a place to take the kids fishin'.

From Staff on 07/14/14

Karen, the yurt at Lake Eufaula State Park is a large, circular tent with a door. For more information or to book your stay, please call 918-689-5311. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From karen pigg on 07/13/14

what is a yurt? I was looking at for things to do and see.

From Friend on 07/04/14

The park office number is 918 689 7450. You might give them a call for your specific questions. Happy Independence Day!

From Kari on 07/03/14

Will they already have our reservation site number? We had special requests for our sites to be next to each other with room for 4 tents.

From Friend on 07/02/14

If it is for an RV site, there are camp hosts on duty after hours.

From Dena on 07/02/14

Who do we contact if we missed our check in time

From Staff on 06/24/14

Ashley, the majority of sites at Lake Eufaula State Park are available on a first come, first serve basis. If you see that all the reservable sites are gone, don't worry! If you'll call the park staff at 918-689-5311, they'll be able to tell you where to check first for sites near the water. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Ashley Pearce on 06/24/14

My family and I are planning a trip we plan to arrive this coming Saturday or Sunday and stay until July 6th. There are not any reservable RV sites available so do you guys have any first come first serve sites? And we would preferably like to have a site that is either water veiw or waterfront will there be anything like that available? Thanks!

From Staff on 06/02/14

Ivory, unfortunately Lake Eufaula State Park doesn't have any type of cabin that will accommodate 10 people unless you'd be interested in booking the group camp, which can sleep up to 96 people. You might check into privately owned cabin rentals near Lake Eufaula, which you can see by clicking on 'Lodging within 15 miles' under the map feature on this page. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Ivory negre on 06/01/14

My family and I r planning on being in ok for the 4th of July but there is @ 10 of us do you have cabins or anything like that for that amount if ppl

From Staff on 05/30/14

Joe, actually all tent sites at Lake Eufaula State Park are available on a first come, first serve basis. You are more than welcome to reserve an RV site and put your tent on it, but it will cost a bit extra. For RV site reservations, please click on the green button at the top of this page. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Staff on 05/30/14

Amy, for that information, please call the park office at 918-689-5311. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From joe keyes on 05/29/14

Are reservations necessary for tent sites?

From Amy on 05/29/14

Is wifi available? Is it pretty good at all campsites? I ask because I have to be able to use my laptop for work.

From Staff on 05/27/14

Tammy, for information on yurt rentals, you'll need to call the park office at 918-689-5311. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Tammy Wildcat on 05/26/14

Who do I contact for information on Yurt rentals?

From owner on 05/25/14

Tasha, the area would be the Deep Fork Campground. Hope to see you soon!!

From Tasha Compton on 05/24/14

We are looking at bringing our family of 5 camping there in a couple weeks. Where is the best place to set up a tent close to swimming areas and fishing? Thanks!!

From Staff on 05/22/14

Theresia, you are more than welcome to put your tent on an RV site. Just keep in mind that you'll be paying for the site and not the sleeping unit, so it does cost a little bit more than a traditional primitive tent site. If you have any questions, please call 918-689-5311. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From theresia Gideon on 05/22/14

My husband and I will be coming to Oklahoma June 29 - July 5. I reserved a pull thru site for our bike and trailer. But we will be staying in a tent. We needed electric and water guaranteed. Is it allowed to put a tent up in an RV site? Or should I have reserved a different site?

From Staff on 05/21/14

Ty, we're sorry you've had trouble reaching the park office. The week leading up to Memorial Day weekend is very busy! We do offer a select number of reservable RV sites, but those must be booked at least five days in advance. All the remaining campsites are available on a first come, first serve basis. Many people will get to the park early to set up their tents and RVs, so that is something you can do. Typically, tent spaces are the last to fill up. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Ty on 05/21/14

Hello. I've been trying to reach the office this morning at 918.689.5311 and keep getting a busy signal. I'm looking for somewhere to take my family for a last-minute camping trip this weekend, yeah, I know it's Memorial Day, and wanted to see if there's a chance of getting a campsite this weekend. Thank you!

From Staff on 05/05/14

Ken, a semi-modern site offers electric and water hookups, while a modern site offers electric, water and sewer hookups. We hope you have a great time! Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Ken Hensley on 05/05/14

I just made a reservation for 2 nights in the Deep Fork campground. This is my first time coming to the park and I was wondering what the difference is between modern and semi-modern sites. Hope to use the swimming areas and get our kayaks on the water!

From Staff on 05/05/14

Debi, thanks for your question. The Dogwood Campground is located on the northwest side of the park near a nature trail, playground, picnic pavilion and two comfort stations. Though Lake Eufaula State Park does not have a swimming pool, there are two designated swimming areas on the northeast side of the park. Also, there is a gift shop inside the visitor center. To get a layout of the area, please click on 'View Lake Eufaula State Park Map' on the right side of this page. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Debi on 05/03/14

Hi, we have made reservations for our RV @ dogwood, we have never been there before and wanted to know if there was a park, or swimming pool close by? also is there a store?

From owner on 04/18/14

Thank you Sallfranks! We are glad you enjoyed it and hope it is the first of many memories to come for your family!!!

From bobby Saalfrank on 04/18/14

We rented the pickens group camp for family weekend and had a blast. thank you and hope you found everything as we found it.

From Kevin Ramsey on 04/08/14

Could you put some more pictures of the water on here? I don't think there's enough. How about some pictures of the park?

From owner on 03/24/14

Thank you Mary! We are very excited to have this accommodation for our visitors! We are glad you and your family enjoyed it! We will be glad to have you back.

From Mary on 03/23/14

My family of four stayed in the new yurt at Lake Eufaula State Park over the weekend. It was amazing. It is total electric with a mini fridge and a microwave! They even provide a futon to sleep on, you need to supply your own linens. The fire ring is a perfect place to watch the sunset. The fish were biting and the pavilion provided a perfect place to have a fish fry! This was a great experience and we will definitely do it again.

From Staff on 03/17/14

Andy, please give the Lake Eufaula State Park office a call at 918-689-5311, and they'll be able to tell you what sites are currently available. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Andy on 03/17/14

wanting to tent camp monday and tuesday with access to the lake. is this possible?

From owner on 03/15/14

Funny you should ask about lakeside rentals. We literally just yesterday 3/14/14 have a Yurt for rent for up to four people. There is a picture of it under our photo section. It rents for 65.00 a night. You can call 918 689 7450 for reservations and more details. It is sooooo cooooooool! Yes, it is lakeside.

From dave on 03/15/14

any lakeside cabin rentals for families?

From owner on 03/11/14

Yes we do! In Dogwood Drive Campground there is also sewer at the sites. We also have tent sites without any utilities, so we have a lot to offer for whatever your choices may be. See you soon we hope!

From Paradise on 03/11/14

Is there electric and water at the camp sites??

From owner on 10/07/13

Eloise, be sure to check out the cool events we have going on in the park that weekend! Mazes, Monsters and Movies. Good times!

From Staff on 10/07/13

Eloise, Lake Eufaula State Park is open year round, though some areas may close for winterization. The Deep Fork Campground and Lakeview Campground will remain open all winter. If you have any questions, please call 918-689-5311. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Eloise Greer on 10/07/13

Are you open for the weekend of 10/18-20/2013?

From owner on 09/03/13

Penny, we have our Deep Fork Campground and Lakeview Campground open all year. We would be glad to have you camp with us at any time!

From Penny on 09/02/13

I cannot find the seasonal dates on this website. Are you open for camping in December?

From Staff on 08/29/13

Terry, if you'll click the orange 'Read More' button under the description above, you can read current notices relating to Lake Eufaula regarding blue-green algae cell counts. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From terry on 08/29/13

I have heard that lake Eufaula is contaminated is this to or not?

From owner on 08/27/13

Jane, someone gave you some erroneous info on the August 26 post. Some pilot parks have started an online reservation system at . You can go set up your account and make reservations that way. If you call the park, unless you are group camping with 5 RVs or more, you will be referred to that site! Thank you and we hoope to hear from you soon! The senior discount is 2.00 off.

From Jane Rumsey on 08/25/13

Can I make reservations for the state park at Eufaula? is there a senior discount?

From Staff on 06/21/13

Susan, there is a community room that is available for rent at $125 per day. It is meant to accommodate the group camp, which sleeps 96. For more information and to reserve the community room, please call 918-689-5311. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Susan on 06/21/13

Do you have any kind of indoor meeting room/space to have a all day meeting?

From Staff on 06/18/13

Janean, there is no entry fee to get into Lake Eufaula State Park. To receive senior, disabled or military discounts on camping, you will just need to take proper identification in to the park office. Golden Age Passports are not accepted at Oklahoma State Parks. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Janean Allen on 06/17/13

What Entry Fee Passes does Lake Eufaula State Park accept?

From Staff on 06/14/13

Shawna, we do have online reservations for most of our state park cabins and lodges, which you can see here - However, Lake Eufaula State Park does not have cabins, and all tent and RV campsites are available on a first come, first serve basis only. If you have any questions, please call 918-689-5311. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Shawna on 06/14/13

I am trying to see what is available for reservations online...Does the state website not allow online reservations?

From owner on 06/13/13

Daryl, all of our campgrounds are equipped with some of both. There is an additional 1.00 utility fee for the sites with 50 amp service.

From Daryl on 06/13/13

Are the RV sites equipped with 30 amp or 50 amp service?

From owner on 06/11/13

Gambler, We do not have cabins although we wish we did! There are some Cabins on the Cove at Belle Starr, KOA Camping Cabins and Yogi Bear in the city of Eufaula that come to mind. The next closest state park with cabins is Robbers Cave to our south and probably Sequoyah State Park to our north. Hope this helps!

From owner on 06/11/13

Daryl, we have some sites like that at our Lakeview Campground. See you this weekend. Check out our nature center activities when you get here.

From Gambler on 06/11/13

I am looking for info on cabins. Does this park have cabins? How many? What sizes? Thank you for any information.

From Daryl on 06/11/13

Me and my family will be arriving at Lake Eufaula this friday, June 14th around 6pm and am looking for a waterfront spot to park our travel trailer. Do you have any spots like that available? We want a spot that is waterfront, or very close, where we can also beach the boat and not have to load/unload it every day.

From owner on 06/10/13

Patty, the group camp is already rented for those dates. You might check with Arrowhead State Park 918 339 2204 or we have an opening the weekend before that. Thank you and best of luck. If you want more information from us, call 918 689 7450.

From owner on 06/10/13

Shannon, our sites are first come, first served. We should have plenty of room for you. We suggest Deep Fork Campground since it is closer to the water and you have families. Stop by the visitor center if you arrive before 5:00 PM to pay for your camp site. Thanks. See you soon! If you have more questions, feel free to call 918 689 7450.

From owner on 06/10/13

Kristi, we have not heard of any algae reports this year so far. That usually occurs when the temperature has been higher for an extended period. However, feel free to monitor for the most current information at We look forward to your visit.

From Shannon Powers on 06/10/13

we are looking for 2 campsites, side by side...2 families worth of people 13 total. looking for electric and water sites. will be pitching tents. need for 6/14 and 6/15. any info would be appreciated. ty

From Kristy Orr on 06/10/13

I am interested in a tent site for June 15th. I will have my 21 month old child. And was wondering about the algae content and if there is a danger to my child.

From Patty McLaughlin on 06/09/13

HI, Is the group camp available for July 25 or 26th with check out July 29th? My son, daughter in law, 3 teens between 14 & 18, are coming from Norway for my youngest daughters' wedding. My oldest daughter has 2 boys aged 18 & 21. So, there would be a total group of 11 people and one well trained 8yr old yellow lab. Thank you!

From owner on 05/23/13

We still have RV sites available in Deep Fork Campground, and Dogwood Campground. Those sites are first come, first served, but you can call 918 689 7450 and pay with a credit card on the day you are coming and we will put up a Campsite Occupied Sign for you for that day. Some parks do not offer that, just FYI. We cannot do that for Unimproved tent sites because we have no way to mark them as Occupied. You have to physically inhabit those. Thanks!!

From r on 05/23/13

Owner what is the name of the campground that still has sites available? Is there a way to reserve a spot with a credit card over the phone? Thank u!

From owner on 05/22/13

There is a private campground called Yogi Bear in Eufaula and there are some sites that require reservations by the city of Eufaula. I suspect those are all reserved by now. If you find that to be the case, feel free to tent camp with us. We are about 9 miles from there on Hwy. 150. Stay safe!

From Tammie on 05/22/13

Which is the closed tent campsite near Eufaula cove ampitheater?

From Staff on 05/13/13

V Lee, dogs are welcome at all of Oklahoma's state parks as long as they are on a leash no longer than 10 feet long and cleaned up after. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From V Lee on 05/13/13

I assume dogs are welcome? On the state required chain of course.

From Staff on 05/13/13

Will, unfortunately Oklahoma's state park tent and RV campsites are available on a first come, first serve basis. The fee for a tent site without any hookups is $12 a night. You are also welcome to stay on a site with water and electric hookups for $20 a night. Sites with full hookups run $23 a night. This fee system is across the board at all of Oklahoma's state parks. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Will K on 05/13/13

Hello. Are reservations required for a tent camping site? If so what are the fees and how can I book it? Thanks

From owner on 04/18/13

Lake Eufaula has over 600 miles of shoreline and covers 102,000 acres. It is a US Army corps of Engineers lake and as such they determine what areas of the lake have restricted access. Personal watercraft are not allowed in areas such as the dam and swim beaches. Restricted areas will have signage and/or bouys. Thank you for your interest in Lake Eufaula in general and hope you come stay with us here at Lake Eufaula State Park in the near future.

From John Fitch on 04/18/13

What is the size of your lake and do you allow personal watercraft unrestricted access to all areas.

From s. jones on 10/09/12

We stayed one night at Eufala park.. it was fabulous !!

From Ed on 08/16/12

My wife and I stop here every winter on our way to Texas. This is a very nice park with very clean shower facilities.

From Jeff on 05/22/12

New Senior discount rates are CHEAP!! The staff were very helpfull, and this has to be the cleanest park in the state! The bath houses were spotless!! My family will be back next year, and many years to come! Thank You Lake Eufaula State Park!!!!

From Tandy on 12/13/11

The Christmas light display is fantastic! They have a frog that hops into the water. Loved it!

From Linda Yarbrough on 02/20/11

Camping was to expensive in this state park!!!!

From J.D. Althoff on 12/30/10

We stayed in your park last year and enjoyed the Christmas lights so much and the host was so nice to us. This winter we planned our trip so we could stay there again. We enjoyed the lights so much and the staff was very nice to us. We'll come again.

From Alan Bates on 10/11/10

We just got through spending a weekend there with over 160 other people. Despite the large numbers there was lots of room to spread out and the restroom facilities were kept spotless. The staff was also very helpful and friendly. We really enjoyed our stay and will be back.

From Melanie on 09/26/10

We stayed here one time two years ago. Someone came right up to our camper during the night and stole our propane tank covers. We won't camp here again.

From mike on 04/28/10

lake eufaula state park is perfect for the family and for getting away from it all. there is a brand new nature center and updated trails for hiking, biking. plenty of playground equipment for the kids, and nice beaches for swimming. camping is quiet and serene. just a nice place. i will make this a place my kids will remember growing up in.

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