Green Country Lakes A-Z
- Birch Lake
- Lake Eucha
- Chouteau Lock and Dam
- Lake Fort Gibson
- Copan Lake
- Newt Graham Lock and Dam
- Eufaula Lake
- Oologah Lake
- Grand Lake O'the Cherokees
- Robert S. Kerr Reservoir
- Greenleaf Lake
- Skiatook Lake
- Heyburn Lake
- Spavinaw Lake
- Hudson Lake
- Tenkiller Lake
- Hulah Lake
- Webbers Falls Reservoir
- Keystone Lake
Green Country Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
Also known as: Birch Reservoir, Lake Birch
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 ...
|Chouteau Lock and Dam||
Also known as: Chouteau Lock and Dam 17
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, ...
Also known as: Lake Copan, Copan Reservoir
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 ...
Also known as: Lake Eufaula
Spanning 105,000 acres, Eufaula Lake covers much of McIntosh and Pittsburg Counties in eastern Oklahoma. This "Gentle Giant" is the largest lake in surface ...
|Grand Lake O'the Cherokees||
Also known as: Grand Lake Over the Cherokees
Grand Lake O' the Cherokees stands out as a sapphire jewel tucked into the northeastern Oklahoma landscape. Created in 1940, the reservoir stretches for ...
|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 ...|
|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 ...|
|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 ...|
|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 ...|
|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 ...|
|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 ...|
|Lake Fort Gibson||
Also known as: Fort Gibson Reservoir or Fort Gibson Lake
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, ...
|Newt Graham Lock and Dam||
Also known as: Newt Graham Lock and Dam 18, Newt Graham Lake, Newt Graham Reservoir, Newt Graham Pool
Barely 25 miles east of Tulsa, in Oklahoma's Green Country Region, the Newt Graham Lock and Dam holds delight for the resident and visitor alike. The ...
Also known as: Oolagah Reservoir
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 ...
|Robert S. Kerr Reservoir||
Also known as: Kerr Lake
The Robert S Kerr Reservoir, located in east-central Oklahoma, is one of the most popular recreation destinations spanning the state's Green Country and ...
Also known as: Skiatook Reservoir
Scenic Skiatook Lake covers 10,500 acres in northern Oklahoma's Green Country, just 30 minutes from Tulsa. The lake's 160 miles of shoreline are surrounded ...
Also known as: Lower Spavinaw Reservoir, Spavinaw Reservoir
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 ...
Also known as: Lake Tenkiller, Tenkiller Ferry Lake
Tenkiller Lake is an amazing place filled with fascinating history and natural beauty in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. There's tons of fun to ...
|Webbers Falls Reservoir||
Also known as: Webbers Falls Lake
Webbers Falls Reservoir is located in east-central Oklahoma north of Webbers Falls, a town named for seven foot-high falls on the Arkansas River. Managed ...