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.
Ultimate Eagle Watch
The annual Ultimate Eagle Watch, put on by the Kaw Lake Assn., will be held in Kaw City at the Kaw City Community Center and various locations in Kaw City as well as the Eagle Watch by Horseback at Sarge Creek Cove on beautiful Kaw Lake. The event will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. and continue throughout the day. Educational programs, all kinds of wild critters, guided eagle viewing tours, good food and fun will highlight the day so come and join us on January 20. For more information call the Kaw Lake Assn at 580-269-1358.
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