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I like the abundantly wooded setting of this lake and the fact that the reservoir is large enough to afford a wide range of flatwater recreational opportunities. Having gained views of this good looking lake from the dam and from the high vantage point of...More
This lake is beautiful and a popular place on a hot summer day. It was made by damming up a river and they were releasing some of the water to let boaters enjoy the river more. It is a beautiful lake and the water level...More
On a recent drive through Oklahoma on the Fall Foliage trip we came across this Lake. The scenery is breathtaking especially in the fall with the leaves on the trees changing color in the backdrop with the lake in the Scenic Hills and surroundings is...More
Oologah Lake offers many activities to the visitor. Good camping at Blue and Spencer Creek parks, swimming at Howthorn Bluff and Spencer creek. Good fishing off Winganon bridge and Blue Creek cove. Reasonable Kayak and boat rentals at Redbud marina.
This lake is nice, quiet and fun for the family. It is nothing special, that is there are much prettier and more popular lakes but this lake is very close to Tulsa so it makes it an easy trip up for the day. Will definitely...More
The fishing is good most of the time. The views not so much. The lake is man made by the Corp of Engineers, created by a dam which flooded low lands. There are lots of submerged trees, mangled and dying shorelines and not much beach...More
If you enjoy camping, fishing, hiking or just gazing at the beauty of
The lake, abundant wildlife or peaceful sunsets... Oologah Lake has
plenty to offer. 30 min travel from Tulsa makes the location great for
a weekend getaway. Be sure to visit Cooweescoowee St...More
What's to see??? After your tour of the JM Davis Gun Museum, and the Will Rogers Memorial, go the extra few miles north from the memorial... just make a right turn, and head toward Oologah. Follow the signs to the Rogers-Dog Iron Ranch, Will Rogers...More