Tulsa – Land Of Lakes


Tulsa is known for its universities. Tulsa is known for the Gilcrease museum. Tulsa is known for its oil and gas production. Tulsa is known for being in the middle of Tornado Alley. What you may not know about Tulsa though is it is also in the middle of Green Country. There are lakes all around Tulsa for some of the best boating, camping and fishing.


Just off Highway 11, Birch Lake features boat docks and ramps, a picnic area and swimming beach for families and groups. Bring your tent or hookup your RV. You’ll find plenty of bass, catfish and crappie.


Lake Eucha, built in 1952, this 8.5 mile long lake is located near Jay, just outside of Tulsa. It has 50 miles of some of the most scenic campsites that are ready with electricity. Group shelters, picnic areas, playgrounds, a nature trail and fishing docks where you can catch catfish, crappie and bass.


Completely located inside the state, Eufaula Lake is situated on the Canadian River and is 27 miles upstream from the Arkansas River. With over 100,000 surface acreage and more than 600 miles of shoreline it doesn’t have just sandy beaches! There are rocky bluffs to give you a beautiful sight as you catch bass, catfish and crappie.


Grand Lake O' The Cherokees spreads into four counties: Craig, Delaware, Mayes and Ottawa. There is almost at 60,000 acreage of surface water with a shoreline 1,300 miles long. Sixty miles wind through the Ozark foothills and the Grand Lakes’ Pensacola Dam is crowned with the "World's Longest Multiple Arch Dam."

930 acre Lake Greenleaf sits at Greenleaf State Park in the eastern part of the state. There you will find a Nature Center with year-round programs and a variety of astronomy, campfire, naturalist and recreational programs. With an 18 mile hiking trail, bike trails and nature trails, this lake is enjoyed by the outdoorsy people.