Fort Gibson Lake
Fort Gibson Lake rests on Grand (Neosho) River, just 50 miles southeast of Tulsa. The lake encompasses a massive 225 miles of shoreline, claiming stakes in Wagoner, Cherokee and Mayes counties.
The nearly 20,000-surface acres of the Fort Gibson Lake gives guests plenty of recreational activities and leisure time. Soak up the sun as you boat across the cool waters, hunt game on the 17,000 acres of public hunting land, or catch a few fish for the evening grill.
Fort Gibson Lake offer a multitude of recreational opportunities, including:
- More than 17,000 acres of public hunting
- 4,500 acres of Waterfowl refuge
- Eight Marinas
- Western Hills Guest Ranch (where golf & horseback riding are available)
The locals towns, Wagoner and Fort Gibson, have a historic past that includes fur traders and Indians. In addition to great family fun at Fort Gibson Lake, you'll find in town:
- Antiques Shops
- Tasty Food
- Wagoner Water Park
- Special Events
Stop by the Fort Gibson Lake Association Tourism Center, located at 300 S. Dewey Avenue in Wagoner, for brochures, directions and a cup of coffee.
Once you've got a plan, make your way down to Fort Gibson Lake and splash in the cool waves!