FOSS STATE PARK
Where the deer and the buffalo play! Foss State Park is a wildlife wonderland in western Oklahoma. Enjoy our resident herd of bison or take in some of western Oklahoma's best fishing and boating.
Foss State Park is located in western Oklahoma on Foss Lake. Recreational activities include hiking, biking, horseback riding (no rentals), fishing, boating, swimming and camping. Facilities include 110 RV campsites, 42 tent sites, an equestrian camp, picnic areas, group picnic shelters, comfort stations with showers, lighted boat ramps, boat storage, boat and jet ski rentals, playgrounds, swimming beach and marina.
Located in western Oklahoma, the park was established in 1960. It spans over 1,749 acres and includes Foss Reservoir. The reservoir is a key feature of the area, created by damming Washita River for flood control purposes.
The land has been inhabited since prehistoric times with evidence suggesting Native American presence dating back thousands of years. In more recent history it served as hunting grounds for Cheyenne tribes before European settlement.
In addition to its natural beauty and recreational opportunities such as fishing or camping, it also hosts annual events like Buffalo Stampede Bike Ride attracting visitors from across state lines.