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Lakes of Oklahoma

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Altus City
American Horse
Arbuckle
Arcadia
Ardmore City
Atoka

Bell Cow
Birch
Bixhoma
Bluestem
Boomer
Broken Bow
Brushy Creek
Burtschi
Canton
Carl Albert
Carl Blackwell
Carl Etling
Carlton
Carter
Cedar
Chandler
Chickasha
Claremore
Clayton
Clear Creek
Cleveland
Clinton
Coalgate

Comanche
Copan
Crowder
Cushing
Dahlgren
Dave Boyer
 
Dead Warrior
Dripping Springs
Duncan
Durant
El Reno
Elk City
Ellsworth
 
Elmer
Elmer Thomas
Eucha

Eufaula
Evan Chambers
Fairfax City
Fort Cobb
Fort Gibson
Fort Supply
Foss
Frederick

Fuqua
Grand

Great Salt Plains
Greenleaf
Guthrie
Hall
Healdton City
Hefner

Henryetta (Jim Hall)
Heyburn
Hobart (Rocky)
 
Holdenville
Hominy Municipal
Hudson (Bartlesville)
Hudson (Markham Ferry)

Hugo

Hulah
Humphreys
Jap Beaver
Jean Neustadt

John Wells
Kaw
Keystone
Konawa
Langston
Lawtonka

Liberty
Lloyd Church

Lone Chimney
Lugert-Altus
McAlester
McGee Creek
 
McMurtry
Meeker

Mountain
Murray

Nanih Waiya
New Spiro
Okemah
 
Okmulgee
Oologah
Optima
Overholser
 
Ozzie Cobb
Pauls Valley
Pawhuska
Pawnee
Perry
 
Pine Creek
Ponca
Prague
Purcell
Quanah Parker
R.C. Longmire
Raymond Gary
Robert S. Kerr
Sahoma
Sardis
 
Schooler
Scott King (Rock Creek)
Shawnee Twin 1
Shawnee Twin 2
Shell
Skiatook
Sooner
Spavinaw

Sportsman
Stanley Draper

Stilwell City
Stroud
Talawanda 1
Talawanda 2
Taylor
Tecumseh
Tenkiller Ferry
Texoma
Thunderbird

Tom Steed
Vanderwork
Veterans
Vincent
W.R. Holway

Watonga
Waurika
Waxhoma
Wayne Wallace
Webbers Falls
Weleetka
Wes Watkins
Wetumka
Wewoka
Wiley Post Memorial
Wister

Yahola

Welcome to the online version of the OWRB's award-winning publication, Lakes of Oklahoma (formerly the Oklahoma Water Atlas). Click on any lake name in the sidebar to access its map and other pertinent information.

This printed version of Lakes of Oklahoma includes 148 detailed maps with recreational features, topography, bathymetry, access points, and other important information. To receive a free copy by mail, print and complete an order form and send a check or money order for $10 for postage and handling to the OWRB, 3800 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73118.

Copies at no charge are also available at the OWRB main office and field offices during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).


Interactive Statewide Lake Viewer

View the state aerial map, pan to lakes of interest and select them to draw the latest lake data.



About the Maps

Lakes of Oklahoma maps are designed for both research and utility. The depicted area in each map will vary depending on the size and shape of the lake. For reference, the scale is included on each map (expressed in miles or feet, depending upon lake size). Some recreation features may not have been included due to map scale.

Maps were produced from a variety of datasets, including the National Elevation Dataset (NED), National Hydrography Dataset (NHD), Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and National Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) digital ortho-rectified photography, Bureau of Reclamation lake data, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake data, and U.S. Census Bureau Tiger Line Files. Locations of fish attractors were provided by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC). Other agencies that supplied data, either directly or indirectly, include the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. Forest Service, and the National Parks Service.


Many documents available on this site are in Adobe® Acrobat (.PDF) format and require the free Adobe® Reader software to view and print.
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