Foss State Park

Foss State Park


Location:11 miles west of Clinton on Highway 73, then 2 miles north on SH 44.
Facilities:10 modern campsites, 59 semi-modern campsites, 50 primitive campsites, showers, picnic area, group shelters, trails, equestrian camp, swimming beach, marina, boat ramps, boat rentals, tackle shop, restaurant, snack bar, gift shop, playgrounds (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, water-skiing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, hunting (seasonal), wildlife viewing, birding.
Special Features:Park features several campgrounds around 8,800-acre Foss Lake, the largest lake in western Oklahoma. Washita National Wildlife Refuge (see entry in national refuges section), located adjacent to the park, provides wintering grounds for Canada geese and bald eagles.
Address:HC 66, Box 111
Foss, OK 73647

Phone:580-592-4433
Fax:580-592-4701
Web: www.oklahomaparks.com
Size: 1,749 acres.

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