Description - McGee Creek State Park is THE place to stay while you fish in one of Oklahoma's best trophy lakes. Whether you stay in one of our lake huts, bring the RV, or tent, you'll enjoy the beautiful scenery and the recreational opportunities at this southeastern Oklahoma gem.
Located in southeast Oklahoma, McGee Creek State Park and Natural Scenic Recreation Area occupy the southwest edge of the Ouachita Mountain Range. McGee Creek Lake is well stocked with largemouth bass, all varieties of catfish, crappie, smallmouth bass, and perch. Hunters will enjoy McGee Creek Wildlife Management Area, and the Natural Scenic Recreation Area offers hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails. McGee Creek State Park has two main recreational areas, boat ramps, comfort stations with showers, fishing pier, swimming beach, picnic sites and playground. Campers may choose from 8 lake huts, 41 paved and regular RV campsites, or a primitive campsite in wilderness areas. Average rate for lake hut $42. RV sites are $15-18 per night.
- Features/Facilities: 2,600 Park Acres • 3,800-Acre McGee Creek Reservoir • 8 Lake Huts • 41 RV sites • 60 Tent sites • Boating • Fishing
Nearby: Natural Scenic Recreation Area
Location: 3 miles East and 10 miles North of Farris off SH-7.
Features/Facilities: 8,900-Acre Scenic Area •
Recreation - Primitive Camping • Hiking • Biking and Nature Trails • Equestrian Trail • Nat
Fishing: Largemouth Bass • Crappie • Sunfish • Channel Catfish
Climate - This state has a mild climate due to its southern location and low elevations. The western regions of the state are somewhat drier than that of the east. Winter temperatures range from 50 degrees to 25 degrees F. The season extends from December through February and very little snow fall during this period. Spring begins in March, with temperatures between 50 and 70 degrees F. Temperatures rise throughout the season and summer highs begin to peak in July and August. All regions of Oklahoma receive days with temperatures reaching 100 degrees. The southwestern corner of the state usually records the hottest temperatures. by October fall temperatures provide relief from the heat of summer. Temperatures during this season reach into the 60s for highs and dip into the 30s for the lows. The relative humidity has an annual average of 64 percent. The most rainfall occurs during the months of May and June.
16 miles E of Atoka, then 3 miles N of Hwy 3.