Wide open spaces and boulder-strewn mountains make Great Plains Country in southwestern Oklahoma one of the most awe-inspiring regions of the state. The area is also home to a number of fantastic lakes where you can enjoy water sports, swimming, boating, fishing and more. We profiled Lake Altus-Lugert in our "Big Six" overview of Oklahoma lakes, but take a look at some of the top lakes in southwestern Oklahoma and come see what makes this part of the state a can’t-miss destination for outdoors enthusiasts.Learn More
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The Warrior Trail at Foss State Park offers hikers, bikers and equestrian riders 19 miles of looping trails on the south side of the lake. The trails span from the Panther Creek Area on the southwest side of the lake all the way over to the Chinaberry Campground on the lake's southeast side. This trail is intended for those with intermediate-level experience, as the hiking trail includes numerous twists and turns through a mixture of prairie grassland and bottom-land forest. The trail runs through the Mouse Creek Area, Sandy Beach Area and Southside Campground. Horse rental is not available at Foss State Park, but guests with horses most often use the equestrian facilities at Mouse Creek Campground.