Cookson, OK 74427
Located on the Illinois River a few miles south of Tahlequah, Tenkiller Ferry Lake lies in the heart of the Cookson Hills and reaches more than 25 miles up the river into Sequoyah and Cherokee Counties. Approximately 2,590 acres of project land west of the lake are licensed to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for a state game management area. Popular game species include deer, quail, dove, duck, geese, rabbit and squirrel. Anglers may choose from various bass species, crappie, catfish, bream and walleye. Rainbow trout are stocked below the dam. Facilities include boat ramps, picnic areas, RV and tent campsites, drinking water, group shelters, restrooms, showers, swimming beaches, electric outlets, concession services, playgrounds, nature trails, marinas, cabins, enclosed fishing docks, boat rentals, and swimming pool. The shoreline length around Lake Tenkiller measures approximately 130 miles.
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