Tom Steed Reservoir

Description:

Mountain Park Dam, Mountain Park Project, forms Tom Steed Reservoir, and regulates natural flows of West Otter Creek and diverted flows from Elk Creek to provide municipal and industrial water supplies for the cities of Altus, Snyder, and Frederick, Oklahoma. The water is conveyed from the reservoir to the cities through an aqueduct system that consists of 40 miles of pipeline, two pumping plants, and other facilities. The reservoir has approximately 6,400 water surface acres, 4,400 land acres and 45 miles of shoreline. Accessible from numerous roads. Several boat ramps and camping facilities. Predominate species include crappie, hybrid striped bass, and saugeye. Fishing permitted throughout the year. Reservoir levels.

Directions:

Nearest highway, 183. Nearest city is Mountain Park, OK.

Phone:

580-569-2032

Email:

greatplains@oklahomaparks.com

Address:

Great Plains State Park Route 1, Box 52 Mountain Park, OK 73559

Activities:

Biking Boating Camping Fishing Hiking Hunting Picnicking Recreational Vehicles Water Sports Swimming Site

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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