Lake Murray State Park

Lake Murray State Park


Location:3 miles south of Ardmore on Highway 77.
Facilities:56 modern campsites, 205 semi-modern campsites, 190 primitive campsites, showers, 3 group camps, 50-room lodge, 81 cottages, picnic area, 6 group shelters, 7 meeting rooms, restaurant, hiking trails, BMX trail, equestrian trails, stables, beach, swimming pool and bathhouse, boat rentals, boat ramps, marina, enclosed fishing dock, bicycle rentals, 18-hole golf course, miniature golf, radio-controlled model airplane field, ballparks, airplane landing strip, nature center, camp store, game courts, ball field, game room, playground (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, scuba diving, water-skiing, jet skiing, hiking, motorcycling, bicycling, mountain biking, roller blading, horseback riding, tennis, golf, archery, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Oklahoma's largest state park, Lake Murray is also the state’s first resort park. Its lodge, built in 1949, was the first in the state system to offer modern, first-class facilities. The park also includes Tucker Tower Museum. Originally designed in the 1930s as a summer home for Oklahoma governors, the Tower now houses an impressive natural history collection. Park surrounds Lake Murray, a 5,728-acre lake with 150 miles of shoreline.
Address:18407 Scenic State Hwy 77
Ardmore, OK 73401

Phone:580-223-4044
Fax:580-223-4052
Web: www.oklahomaparks.com
Size: 12,496 acres.

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