Greenleaf Lake

Greenleaf Lake is nestled in Oklahoma’s Green Country tourism region, an area that is home to over half of Oklahoma’s state parks. This artificial freshwater lake is located in Muskogee County, with a surface area of 920 acres and a…

Hulah Lake

Nestled in emerald hills, Hulah Lake and its surrounding lands are an outdoor enthusiast’s dream location. Located in Osage County, in northeastern Oklahoma’s Green Country, Hulah Lake is an Army Corps of Engineers lake project with thousands of acres dedicated…

Heyburn Lake

In the Green Country of northeastern Oklahoma, Heyburn Lake lies in a setting of gently sloping hills with a thickly wooded area that celebrates each season with a new backdrop of beauty. With 920 acres of water and 52 miles…

Copan Lake

Named after a small town situated near its banks in Oklahoma, Copan Lake was completed in 1983. Flood control, water supply, water quality control, recreation and fish and wildlife enhancement were the five main goals of its construction. The US…

Birch Lake OK

Birch Lake is nestled into northeast Oklahoma’s Green Country. Fall and spring turn the prairie grasses and hardwood tree leaves around the lake into rusted yellows, burnt oranges and boiling reds. Blooming wildflowers add splashes of color to the landscape.…

Hudson Lake

Jet Skiing on Hudson Lake

Hudson Lake is located in the Green Country of northeastern Oklahoma in the city of Bartlesville. This scenic lake is owned and operated by the city of Bartlesville as a water supply but the residents of the city and Osage…

Chouteau Lock and Dam

The McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MKARNS) has 18 locks and dams along its 445-mile waterway. Chouteau Lock and Dam is one of them, impounding 2,270 surface acres on the Verdigris River. The lock and dam are situated in beautiful…

Spavinaw Lake

Spavinaw Spillway

The tiny town of Spavinaw, in Oklahoma’s Green Country Region, guards Spavinaw Lake – the principal water supply for the City of Tulsa over fifty miles away. Spavinaw Lake, sometimes called Spavinaw Reservoir is the result of a dam built…

Lake Fort Gibson

Beautiful morning!

Fort Gibson is a historic place in United States military history. It was significant to many military expeditions; it was a site of negotiations, interactions, and confrontations with Native Americans; and it served troops during the Civil War and Reconstruction.…

Lake Eucha

Lake Eucha is a 2,860-acre reservoir with 48 miles of shoreline located in Delaware County of northeastern Oklahoma. This tourism region is called “Green Country” due to the emerald hills that contain more than half of Oklahoma’s state parks. The…

Oologah Lake

Shore View of Oologah Lake

Located in the northeast corner of Oklahoma, in the Green Country region, Oolagah Lake hides a wealth of surprises for the visitor. Located just a half-hour northeast of Tulsa, Oolagah Lake has become a favorite of sail boaters due to…

Keystone Lake

Long View of Keystone Lake

Keystone Lake is an impressive 26,000-acre recreational gem located in north-central Oklahoma, just 15 miles west of Tulsa. Natural beauty surrounds the diverse 330-mile shoreline with sandstone bluffs, sandy beaches, steep hills of oak, hickory and cedar, and rolling sandstone…