Kaw Lake is Nature’s Playground.
Camping or picnicking…fishing or skiing….hunting or hiking….if it’s outdoors you can enjoy it at Kaw Lake in north-central Oklahoma.
A Corps of Engineers lake, Kaw Lake has 17,000 acres of water and 168 miles of shoreline with seven Corps campgrounds, 268 individual campsites and four group sites with bathrooms, picnic pavilions, showers, and dump stations. You can make reservations on-line at www.recreation.gov.
Nearby communities offer various museums, festivals, golf and shopping opportunities. Visit the many sections of our website for details. For a Kaw Lake Visitor’s Guide call 580-269-2213 or e-mail [email protected] ...then getaway to Kaw Lake.
Most Parks Open For Great Fall Camping
Summer is winding down and school has started but there is still lots of time to get in some late season camping. Enjoy some cooler fall weather and come camping at Kaw Lake. The only campgrounds that WILL NOT be open for fall camping in October and November will be, Coon Creek and B-Loop at Sarge Creek. The open parks will have some partial closures as the fall camping season advances and depending on the weather, mainly freezing temperatures, water may not always be available. That being said, call the Kaw Lake Project Office, 580-762-5611 for current information before you come.
Be Safe, Watch Your Children, Wear Your Life Jacket, Have Fun!!!!
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Oklahoma Fishing Trail
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and The Oklahoma Tourism Department have combined efforts to establish the Oklahoma Fishing Trail. The effort is designed to showcase the state's quality fishing opportunities and increase tourism. We are pleased that Kaw Lake have been included in this program. The trail has six loops, one for each region of the state. Kaw Lake is included in the Northwest region along with Sooner Lake, Canton Lake, Ft. Supply Lake and American Horse Lake. The projects website is FishinOK.com. So make plans now to come and test your angling skill at Kaw Lake.