25 miles Northeast of Salina
Eucha Lake is situated in the Ozark Hills of Northeastern Oklahoma in one of the most scenic areas of the state and very popular among fishermen. It has 49 miles of shoreline and 2,880 surface acres. Lake Eucha State Park has a day use picnic area located on the east side of the lake. Bring the fishing poles, but forget the skis at this lake. This is a no swimming, skiing or sea diving lake. It is a fishing lake only as it is used for water distribution for the City of Tulsa. Facilities at the park include boat ramps, boat docks, fishing dock, RV hookups, picnic areas, grills, restrooms, showers, nature trail, a large swimming pool with shelter, a barbecue area and poolside tables and chairs. The park area has an additional shelter with 55 picnic tables, as well as hiking trails and comfort stations.
Fish species include: Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Sunfish, Walleye and White Bass
GRAND LAKE OF THE CHEROKEES
#7 on the ten most beautiful places to visit in Oklahoma The result of the Pensacola Dam project completed in 1940, Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees is one of Oklahoma’s most popular lake destinations, with 1,300 miles of scenic shoreline, bordered by five state parks.
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