We've gathered all the latest news and updates about Oklahoma state parks right here as a handy referencefor you. From extreme water levels to updates on new facilities in our parks, here's all the latestbuzz.
During high water release for power generation at the Broken Bow Dam, the US Army Corps of Engineers blasts a loud horn to alert campers and anyone on the water that levels may be rising quickly.
Due to significant structural damage from flooding, the swinging bridge remains closed for reconstruction.
US-60 will narrow to one lane with a pilot car and flaggers directing traffic from SH-35 (the entrance to Osage Hills State Park) to about five miles east of SH-35 in Osage County beginning Monday, March 7, for a pavement reconstruction project. This project, which is part of an ongoing effort to reconstruct the US-60 corridor between Pawhuska and Bartlesville, is expected to be completed in summer 2024.
Repairs to the Watonga dam began in April 2021 and are expected to continue indefinitely. Trout are being stocked at Lake Boecher by ODWC during the regular winter season.