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Keystone State Park
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Keystone State Park railroad tracks keystone state park © eva
view if the tracks from the hiking trails
Keystone State Park Keystone Bike Trail © Bryan Scott Manley
There is a maze of bike trails in the woods near the Keystone State Park entrance. Parking is on the hill above the dam.
Keystone State Park Keystone at Sunset © Bryan Scott Manley
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1926 State Hwy 151
Sand Springs, Oklahoma   74063

Phone: 918-865-4991
Toll Free: 800-654-8240
Email: park email button icon
Lake Keystone is the perfect place for great fishing (striper, walleye, bass and catfish), boating, water skiing and swimming. There's no better place to enjoy the lake than from beautiful Keystone State Park. Combined with the excitement of nearby Tulsa, it's an excellent way to spend the day on the water and the night on the town.

This park offers lakeview cabins with fireplaces, community center, picnic sites, group picnic shelters, RV and tent campsites, comfort stations with showers, lighted boat ramps, playgrounds, hiking trail, fitness trail and full service marina. Two cabins feature Jacuzzi tubs. The park office also serves as a cabin office, information center and grocery store. Seasonal restaurant is located in the park at Pier 51 Marina.
History of the Area
Located in northeastern Oklahoma, the park was established in 1966. It spans over 1,000 acres around Keystone Lake. The area is known for its recreational activities like fishing and boating.

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built many of the facilities during the Great Depression era. These include cabins that are still used today by visitors to this popular outdoor destination.

In addition to water-based recreation, it offers hiking trails and picnic areas with beautiful views of surrounding landscapes.

Over time it has become a favorite spot among bird watchers due to diverse species found there throughout different seasons.

Despite facing budget cuts from state government several times since inception, support from local communities helped maintain operations at full capacity ensuring continued access for public enjoyment.

Keystone State Park is located near Glenpool, Jenks and Sand Springs
Nearby Parks

Keystone State Park offers numerous picnic areas with tables and grills. Some sites have covered shelters, available for reservation.
1. Butterfield Trail: This is a 0.5-mile trail that offers hikers an easy, level path through the woods and along Keystone Lake.

2. Green Country Nature Trail: A moderate difficulty hiking route of approximately 3 miles long, this trail winds its way around various natural features in the park including forests and wetlands.

3. Lakeshore Loop: As implied by its name, this roughly one mile loop takes walkers on a scenic journey alongside Keystone Lake with numerous spots for picnicking or fishing en-route.

4. Little City Nature Center Trails: These are several short trails totaling about two miles which lead to different parts of the nature center where visitors can observe wildlife up close in their habitats.

5. Two Dam Viewpoint Hiking Route: An intermediate-level hike spanning just under three-quarters of a mile; it leads you uphill towards stunning views over both dams within Keystone State Park.

6. Watchable Wildlife Area Pathway: At only half-a-mile long but offering plenty opportunities to spot local fauna such as deer or birds from designated viewing areas throughout your walk.

7. Redbud Valley Self-Guided Interpretive Walks: Several shorter walks ranging between quarter-to half-a-mile each provide informative signage explaining more about Oklahoma's native flora found here at Redbud Valley area inside park boundaries.
Area Attractions
Discoveryland ? Tulsa Zoo ? Gilcrease Museum ? Philbrook

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
June 13 Diverse interest area by Green country cruiser
park review stars; one to five Recent visit to Keystone. Plenty of wooded tent camping, nice trails, roads suitable for jogging, clean showers, camp store, great lake views, Fun ATV area under dam. Good fishing.
February 24
park review stars; one to five
February 20 Love this park and cabins. by Still in Love
park review stars; one to five My husband and I stayed in the Cabins at Keystone for our Honeymoon in 1975. We come back frequently. Love this place.
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From Sand Springs, we are 7 miles W on Hwy 51, then 1/2 mile N on Hwy 151. From Mannford, we are 6 miles E on Hwy 51, then 1/2 mile N on Hwy 151.
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