The Blue River crosses through the Arbuckle plains atop the Arbuckle Simpson Aquifer, a source of drinking water for nearby inhabitants. The river’s water is composed of precipitation runoff and spring water. It is one of the last streams in Oklahoma that continues to flow from its natural source without man-made structures controlling its water.
The Blue River crosses through the Arbuckle plains, atop the Arbuckle Simpson Aquifer – a source of drinking water for nearby inhabitants.
The Blue River winds its way throughout the southern region of Oklahoma, inviting guests to enjoy leisurely activities such as fishing, canoeing, kayaking and rafting. The area around the river provides a place for guests to bicycle, hunt and camp. It is one of the bodies of water in the state in which trout can naturally be found, but fly-fishing for smallmouth bass is another popular pastime.