Oklahoma City, OK is a Water Hub

Explore the Natural Streams in Oklahoma City, OK

Unlike most towns, Oklahoma City features an array of natural streams for you to explore. You can enjoy exclusive activities like fishing, boating, canoeing, to a host of other stuff from these spots. More can be found here.

Lake Hefner

Lake Hefner is an urban lake offering a boat dock, fishing docks, an enclosed heated fishing dock, picnic areas, grills, restrooms, playgrounds, and group shelters. It also provides a nature trail, running track, softball field, golf course with pro shop and cart rental, model airplane, and soccer field. Boat slips and dry storage are available. 2,500-acre Lake Hefner boasts 18 miles of shoreline and an average depth of 29 feet. See here for information about Oklahoma City, OK, which is Full of Fun Tours.

Lake Stanley Draper

Lake Stanley Draper features camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, waterskiing, jet skiing, boating, and sailing. Facilities include a boat ramp, concession area, boat and fishing docks, four covered fishing piers, primitive camping areas, picnic areas, grills, restrooms, a model airplane field, and boat slips.

Lake Overholser

Lake Overholser is an urban reservoir nestled in west Oklahoma City. Catch excellent sunsets from the east bank or view the migratory birds from Stinchcombe Wildlife Reserve. Route 66 Family Park features a playground, duck pond, and picnic pavilion for everyone to enjoy. Other facilities include boat ramps, fishing dock, covered fishing pier, picnic areas, grills, restrooms, and group shelters.