Discover the natural beauty and serenity surrounding Keystone Lake, just 20 miles west of Tulsa. Sprawling across the Creek, Osage, Pawnee and Tulsa counties of the lush "Green Country" region, Keystone Lake has 330 miles of shoreline and provides recreation, relaxation and enjoyment for visitors and residents alike.
Among the many activities available are:
- Water sports
- Wildlife and much more!
Bring your RV or tent and check out the campsites that are available at Feyodi Creek Park, Walnut Creek State Park or Keystone State Park. Stay at one of the fully equipped cabins at Keystone State Park or at one of the many accommodating motels in the area.
Sandy beaches offer fun in the sun:
- Water skiing
- Jet Skiing
Known as "the striped bass capital of Oklahoma" it's a fisherman's delight with:
- White Bass
- Black Bass
The area is a wildlife paradise, also abounding with:
- White-tailed deer
- Cottontail rabbit
- Bobwhite quail
- Mourning Dove
No Sportsman is left out with approximately 17,000 acres of land open for public hunting.
The majestic American Bald Eagle calls Keystone Lake area home from October to April. These magnificent birds can best be viewed from an observation platform located below the dam on the north side. The Audubon Society conducts 'Eagle Walks' during the month of January.
For the land lover there is plenty to do:
- Unique Shopping
- Great Restaurants
- Golf Courses
- Tennis facilities
- Cultural and Heritage Museums
There are year round events continually going on, such as the largest herb festival in the state, arts and crafts shows, the Freedom Celebration, Pawnee Bill's Original Wild West Show and OSTA Steam and Gas Engine Show. You won't want to miss the annual Balloon Blast, Lefty Frizzell Festival or the Boat Parade at Christmas time.
Please come and visit! The friendly residents, many conveniences, the varied attractions and relaxed lifestyle will make you want to stay!