The crystal waters of the Lake of the Arbuckles sparkle amidst a 35-mile forested shoreline. It rests in the heart of Chickasaw Country and is one of the only areas in Oklahoma that offers trout fishing, along with a plethora of activities both on and off the lake.
The crystal waters of the Lake of the Arbuckles sparkle amidst a 35-mile forested shoreline.
Lake of the Arbuckles stretches over 3,600 square miles. It was built by the Bureau of Reclamation in 1966 and continues to be a haven for all types of visitors – from avid fishermen to families seeking fun and relaxation. Attractions and activities abound, including the Chickasaw National Recreation Area (CNRA), Turner Falls, the Chickasaw Cultural Center, and the Arbuckle Wilderness Park, which provides guests a chance to watch and interact with native wildlife as well as exotic animals. Entertainment does not set with the sun, but continues on through the evening at the Arbuckle Ballroom – a venue that often features bluegrass and red dirt bands.