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Keystone Lake, built and operated by the Corps of Engineers, is located on the Arkansas River about 23 miles west of downtown Tulsa. The lake is situated on 54,320 acres of land and is nestled between sandstone bluffs and sandy beaches. At normal elevation, Keystone Lake is about 23,600 acres in size. The lake was named for the community of Keystone, a post office from 1900 until 1962 when it was inundated by the waters of the lake. There are 11 recreation areas with a variety of accommodations ranging from group camp sites and shelters to furnished cabins, full and partial hook-ups, and tent sites.
With its beautiful view of the lake, the Two Rivers of the Four Winds Conference Center, located in Keystone State Park, offers a beautiful setting for weddings, reunions and meetings. There are 2 all terrain vehicle areas, a mountain bike only trail system, numerous swimming areas, 3 marinas, 23 boat ramps, 3 nature trails, a river overlook and thousands of acres of public hunting and fishing opportunities. Keystone Lake provides great fishing opportunities for white and black bass, crappie and catfish. Keystone Public Hunting Area, covering approximately 15,500 acres, lies along much of the shoreline which consists of bottomland timber and post oak, blackjack and prairie fields. Principal wildlife includes squirrel, rabbit, quail, dove and waterfowl. Additional facilities include drinking water, group shelters, restrooms, showers, electric outlets, playgrounds and cabins at the adjacent Keystone State Park. Shoreline length is 330 miles.
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