Enjoy 1,000 acres of water and 18 miles of shoreline at Lake Frederick in southwest Oklahoma. From hiking and camping to fishing and boating, this area provides the perfect outdoor getaway.
With one boat dock and two boat ramps, Lake Frederick makes it very simple to get your boat in and out of the water. The docks are also handicap accessible, ensuring everyone the opportunity to have a fun experience.
Lake Frederick is also full of an assortment of fish. Anglers will catch walleye, catfish, bass, crappie and perch while enjoy this beautiful outdoor oasis. Because of its remoteness to the city, Lake Frederick is a perfect place to hunt duck, quail, dove, wild hogs, deer and other critters. A license is required, and the cost is $2 per day or $50 per year.
See some of the most beautiful stars in the southwest with a camping trip at Lake Frederick. Campgrounds here include a lake ranger, campsite host and storm shelter to ensure a safe experience. 40 RV sites with water and electric hookups are also located at the main campground. The north shore campground offers 12 sites with electric hookups only.