Optima Lake

Description:

Located in an area once known as "No Man's Land" in the Oklahoma Panhandle, this lake is set in a scenic area of sand hills, rock outcroppings and rolling grasslands. Historical points of interest exist close to the lake.

Directions:

From Guymon, 30 miles east on OK 3, 3 miles north on county road.

Phone:

(580) 766-2701

Email:

Address:

RR1 Box 175 Fort Supply, OK 73841-9700

Activities:

Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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November's Featured Park
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