Clayton Lake State Park

Clayton Lake State Park


Location:12 miles north of Clayton via NM 370.
Facilities:37 developed campsites (7 with electric hookups), 12 primitive campsites, restrooms, showers (é), playground, picnic shelters (é), including group shelter, trails, boat ramp, 3 docks, visitor center.
Activities:Camping, boating (trolling speed only), canoeing, fishing, windsurfing, hiking, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Along the lake's spillway is an internationally significant dinosaur trackway where more than 500 dinosaur footprints dating back 100 million years have been identified and preserved. The park also offers outstanding fishing, and several duck species frequent the lake.
Address:141 Clayton Lake Rd
Clayton, NM 88415

Phone:505-374-8808
Web: www.emnrd.state.nm.us/PRD/Clayton.htm
Size: 471 acres land; 170 acres water. Elevation: 5,040 feet.

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Clayton Lake State Park


Location:5 miles south of Clayton on SH 271.
Facilities:26 semi-modern campsites, 33 primitive campsites, cabins, showers, picnic area, group shelters, swimming beach, boat ramp, playground (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming.
Special Features:95-acre Clayton Lake is considered a hot spot for bass fishing.
Address:HC 60, Box 33-10
Clayton, OK 74536

Phone:918-569-7981
Fax:918-569-7981
Web: www.oklahomaparks.com
Size: 510 acres.

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