Home to Oklahoma's second largest lake and one of the premier striped bass hot spots in the southwest, Kingston has long been a popular vacation destination for fishing. Pack your rod and reel for a trip to Lake Texoma State Park, and enjoy all that the area has to offer. Take your pick from one of the extensive guide services and experience an unforgettable day of fishing on Lake Texoma. If golf is your game, play a round at the impeccable Chickasaw Pointe Golf Club, which is known for its challenging course and beautiful view. After a bit of fun in the sun, visit the Texoma Casino, which is home to over 370 electronic gaming machines.
Make your trip to Kingston, Oklahoma even better with an overnight stay. Those looking to be pampered in a tranquil and picturesque setting will enjoy the Harbor Inn Bed & Breakfast, while those looking to “rough it” can take their pick of several campgrounds including the Buncombe Creek Campground, Caney Creek Campground and Three Pines RV Park. Kingston also offers plenty of great dining options like BG’s Catch and the Anchor 'N Restaurant.
It is no surprise that golf courses in Oklahoma are so varied as they showcase the distinct terrain in which they’re located. Whether they’re nestled in the rolling, tree-covered hills of eastern Oklahoma or the open plains of western Oklahoma, here are six courses you shouldn’t miss.
South-central Oklahoma is a lake lover’s paradise, featuring many of the state’s most popular water attractions nestled among rolling blackjack prairie and ancient mountains that make this region a sight to behold. You’ve seen our profile of Lake Murray in our overview of the state’s top lakes, but check out some of these other major areas and start planning your next lakeside adventure in Chickasaw Country.