Brush Creek Public Use Area


Brush Creek is located downstream of Keystone Dam, just 10 minutes from Tulsa, Oklahoma. This is a popular destination for fishermen. In additon to fishing, this area offers prime opportunities to observe multiple wildlife species. This park also features a mile-long fitness trail and quick access to nearby multi-purpose trails.


This park features fishing opportunities with disabled access, a pedestrian bridge, playground and fitness trail. Recreation opportunities that are offered nearby include the Two Rivers Trail, Keystone Singletrack Trail, and White Water Off Road Vehicle Area.


This popular, quaint campground features 50 amp electrical service, water hookups, picnic tables, fire rings, grills, and lantern hooks at all sites. Additionally, sewer hookups are included at 70% of the sites. This park also offers a restroom/shower facility.

Natural Features

The park is nestled along the Arkansas River, downstream from Keystone Dam. This location is popular for striped bass, white bass, white crappie, and various catfish species.

Nearby Attractions

BOK Center

The Gathering Place

Tulsa Zoo

Jenks Aquarium

White Water and Appalachia Bay Off Road Vehicle Areas

Multi-purpose trails

OneOK Field

Downtown Tulsa

Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area

Various casinos, malls and shopping centers

From Highway 412 take the Keystone Dam Exit on to Highway 151 and take the first left before you cross the Dam. At the stop sign you will travel straight and take the second right turn to the park entrance.