Supply Park sits along the pristine shores of Fort Supply Lake, where fishing, swimming and boating are popular pastimes.
Fishing opportunities abound with catches like crappie, walleye, white bass, hybrid bass, channel catfish and flathead catfish. Hunters enjoy the 6,000 acres of land populated by bobwhite quail, deer, pheasants and rabbits.
The campground provides a sandy beach, boat ramp and fishing pier for visitors to enjoy the lake.
Supply Park offers 110 campsites, most with electric hookups, that range from $17-$24 per night, one large group camping shelter with eight associated campsites for $176 per night, and one reservable group day use pavilion for $36 per day. Other amenities include a boat launch, dump stations, accessible fishing piers, hot showers, group camping and picnic areas and two playgrounds.
Supply Park is set along the western shores of the lake in northwest Oklahoma. Sand dunes line the east side of the lake, and the vast, 1,800-acre lake has an average depth of eight feet.
Stop by the Fort Supply Historic Site, the Pioneer Museum and Art Center in Woodward, and Boiling Springs State Park.From Woodward, Oklahoma, travel 9 miles northwest on Highway 3/270 to
Fort Supply Lake sign. Turn west and follow for 3 miles, crossing
Fort Supply Dam. Continue 3/4 mile to the four-way stop; turn left and
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