Oologah Lake

Oologah Lake
8400 E Hwy 88
Oologah
,
OK
74053
Phone: 918-443-2250
Fax: 918-443-9474

Oologah Lake provides a great getaway for fishing, boating, picnicking, camping or just drifting over the sky blue waters. Plenty of wide stretches of water, perfect for catching the wind, make it one of the most popular lakes in the area for sailing. The forested hills around the lake provide excellent hunting opportunities. The Oologah Public Hunting Area comprises almost 13,000 acres of easily accessible land managed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. It provides excellent hunting for quail, squirrel, rabbit, deer and waterfowl. Eleven public use areas scattered around the lake offer a variety of facilities making it easy to find something that's just right for you. Recreation opportunities include a swimming beach, mountain biking, marina, RV and tent camping, picnic tables and a playground. On the east side of the lake, the Will Rogers Country Centennial Trail winds around the shore from the Spillway to Blue Creek Park totalling 18 miles. This journey can be enjoyed by hiking or horseback riding. Horse rental is not available, so bring your own horse and enjoy the trails.

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Amenities
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Pets Allowed
On-site Activities: Biking, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunting
Rentals: Canoe Rental, Fishing Boat Rental, Jet Ski Rental, Pontoon Rental, Sailboat Rental, Ski Boat Rental
Hours
Office hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm
Directions
Take Hwy 169 N from Tulsa to City of Oologah. Go S on Hwy 88 for 2 miles. E of Oologah on Hwy 169 & Hwy 88 intersection.
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