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.
Kaw Lake Campsites Closed
After record lake levels and releases from Kaw Dam, Kaw Lake remains over 15 feet above normal. Only Sandy Park and Osage Cove Group Area are open and available for camping. This information is due to change without notice. As of 12 July, the Osage Cove high water boat ramp is open for public use. Some areas around the lake are out of the water but damage to infrastructure is prohibiting opening of those areas. Public safety is of the utmost concern. If you choose to boat on Kaw Lake, please exercise extreme caution. Significant releases from Kaw Dam will make the area below the dam in the Arkansas River extremely dangerous. To be sure, check with the Kaw Lake Project Office for current information at 580-762-5611
Be Safe, Watch Your Children, Wear Your Life Jacket, Have Fun!!!!
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Kid's Focus on Fishin
With Kaw Lake levels falling, the Focus on Fishing event has been rescheduled for 20 July at Pioneer Park in Kaw City. Registration will begin at 8:00am at the boat ramp picnic shelter at Pioneer Park. Make your plans now to come join us for a day of food, fun and fishing. For more information call the Kaw Lake Assn. office at 580-269-2213.
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.