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Fall Fun at Kaw Lake

There are lots of opportunities for fall fun at Kaw Lake.  Fall camping is just the best and Kaw Lake campgrounds will be open this fall.  Call the Corps of Engineers office at 580-762-5611 for information on specific campgrounds.  Kaw lake offers some of the best fall hunting in Oklahoma.   Deer, trukey and waterfowl top the list of some of the most popular species to hunt.  Small game and quail are also found around the lake.  Bird watchers can enjoy the afore mentioned waterfowl as well as some of the largest wintering populations of American Bald Eagles in Oklahoma.  Don't forget the "Ultimate Eagle Watch" in Kaw City on January 21, 2017.  


52º F

Current Conditions:

Mon - Sunny, High: 79
Tue - Mostly Cloudy, High: 81

Fall Camping

Starting 01 November 2016 the following campgrounds will be open for use this Fall.  Osage Cove A-Loop, McFadden Cove, Washunga Bay and Bear Creek will be open and campsites will be available for campers, hunters and fishermen.  All other campgrounds will be closed for the winter.  For more information call the Kaw Lake Office at 580-762-5611.  

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