Sardis Lake

Description:

Sardis Lake is located five miles north of Clayton, Oklahoma, along Oklahoma Highway 2 in beautiful southeastern Oklahoma. The lake covers 14,360 acres, with 117 miles of shoreline, and offers many opportunities for every diversification of outdoor recreation. There are three campgrounds located around the lake offering various facilities including general hookups, restrooms, showering facilities, swim beach and fishing docks. The lake also has facilities for group camping and picnic shelters equipped with tables, electricity and large outdoor cooking grills. Although Sardis Lake is known for producing several of Oklahoma's largest bass, the lake also provides fishermen excellent opportunities to catch crappie, catfish, and walleye. Come join us at the western tip of the Ouachita Mountain Range.

Directions:

From McAlester, 36 miles southeast on OK 1, 15 miles south on OK 2.

Phone:

(918) 569-4131

Email:

Address:

Hc60 Box 175 Clayton, OK 74536-7972

Activities:

Boating Camping Fishing Picnicking Water Sports Wildlife Viewing Playground Park Specialized Sport Site Environmental Education

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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