McGee Creek Reservoir

Description:

McGee Creek Dam and Reservoir project includes water conveyance facilities, public recreation facilities, a wildlife management area, and a natural scenic recreation area. The McGee Creek Project provides a municipal and industrial water supply to Oklahoma City and southeast Oklahoma. Three areas provide opportunities for birding. Some of the species to be seen are Wild Turkey, Pileasted Woodpecker, Brown-headed Nuthatch, and Pine Warbler. Others that breed in large numbers are Red-eyed and Yellow-throated Vireos, Summer Tanager, Blue Grosbeak, Indigo, and Painted Buntings.The lake has approximately 3,800 water surface acres, 26,378 land acres and 77 miles of shoreline. Accessible from numerous roads. Several boat ramps and camping facilities. Predominate species include largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, and sunfish. Fishing year-round.

Directions:

Nearest highway is State Highway 3 southeast of Atoka, Oklahoma.

Phone:

580-889-5822

Email:

McGeeCreek@OklahomaParks.com

Address:

McGee Creek State Park 576-A S McGee Creek Dam Rd Atoka, OK 74525

Activities:

Biking Boating Camping Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Picnicking Recreational Vehicles Water Sports Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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