Sardis Lake

Sardis LakeHwy 2 N
Clayton, OK 74536

Phone: 918-569-4131
Fax: 918-569-4123
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Sardis Lake is located five miles north of Clayton, Oklahoma, along Oklahoma Highway 2 in beautiful Kiamichi Country in southeastern Oklahoma. The lake covers 14,360 acres, with 117 miles of shoreline, and offers many opportunities for every diversification of outdoor recreation including skiing and boating. There are three campgrounds located around the lake offering various facilities including general hookups, restrooms, showering facilities, playground, swim beach, boat ramps and fishing docks. The lake also has facilities for group camping and picnic areas, electricity and large outdoor ...

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Pets Allowed

  • On-site Activities: Fishing, Hiking

From Indian Nation Turnpike, take Exit 38 at Daisy, go E on Hwy 43 to Hwy 2, then 4 miles N.




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From Patricia Martz on 11/28/2012

Love being able to go sit and fish all day long. The scenery is very relaxing, that sometimes all I do is sit near the water and enjoy the quiet and get lost in my thoughts.


From WILLIAM JOHNSON on 10/26/2012

wow id never been so happy too see a place that i read off a 100 flag.


 
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