LAKE EUFAULA STATE PARK
Lake Eufaula State Park is surrounded on three sides by the largest manmade lake in Oklahoma, Lake Eufaula. Visitors can enjoy RV and tent camping, an 18-hole golf course with putting green and pro shop, indoor and outdoor fishing dock, picnic areas, group facilities, swimming beaches, playgrounds, kid's fishing pond, hiking trails, nature trails, nature center, watersports, naturalist activities, and naturalist programs. They also offer special events at Halloween, Christmas, and Labor Day. This park was previously known as Fountainhead State Park.
Established in 1962, it's located on the shores of Eufaula Lake. The park was initially named Fountainhead State Park. In 1971, its name changed to reflect its location by Oklahoma's largest lake surface area - Eufaula Lake.
The park features a variety of recreational activities and amenities such as camping sites, hiking trails and fishing spots. It also houses an 18-hole golf course which opened in the late '60s.
In recent years there have been various improvements including renovated cabins and updated campgrounds for visitors' convenience.
Golf: 18-hole course. Also: Putting Green ? Driving Range ? Pro Shop ? Golf Carts