TURKEY CREEK

Overview

Turkey Creek Park is a small campground on the western shores of Pine Creek Lake where the Little River flows into the lake. Campers come for peace and quiet, wildlife viewing, boating and fishing.

Recreation

Visitors enjoy fishing, boating and picnicking. Common fish include crappie, white bass, largemouth bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish and various types of sunfish.

Facilities

Turkey Creek offers 30 reservable campsites, eight of which have electric hookups. The picnic shelter is for day-use only. Amenities include a playground, boat ramp and flush toilets.

Natural Features

Pine Creek Lake lies in the southeast corner of Oklahoma at the edge of the Ouachita Mountains. The lake spans 3,750 acres with 74 miles of shoreline. The lake is surrounded by hardwood/pine forests.

Nearby Attractions

Beavers Bend and Raymond Gary State Parks are within driving distance. Also, the historic ruins of Fort Towson, a confederate command post that was built in 1824, are interesting as well.From Broken Bow, OK, travel Highway 3 west for 28 miles to the entrance sign. Follow access road north 5 miles to the campground.580-876-3720N