Webbers Falls Reservoir
Located on the Arkansas River in Muskogee County near Greenleaf State Park, the Webbers Falls Reservoir area is stunningly beautiful with flowering redbud and dogwood in the spring and the colorful foliage of hardwoods in the fall. The predominant species of fish are catfish, white bass, black bass, crappie, bream, walleye, sauger, striped bass, carp and buffalo. Opportunities are equally as promising for hunters with approximately 3,620 acres of land and 957 acres of water under management by the Department of Wildlife Conservation. Quail and rabbit are the most important species, but islands and natural marsh areas make the area attractive to many waterfowl.
There are nine recreation areas along the 175-mile shoreline, including Bluff View, Brewers Bend, Fort Gibson Park, Greenleaf Cove, Hopewell Park, Lock View Landing, Overlook, Spaniard Creek and Three Forks. All are equipped with excellent facilities like boat ramps, picnic areas, RV campgrounds (water/electric), group shelters, restrooms, showers, change houses and electric outlets. Access and use fees may apply.