Recreational water areas closed in Oklahoma

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TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a list Monday of recreational water areas that are temporarily closed due to high water levels.

Eufaula Lake:

  • Oak Ridge – 25 percent of campsites are available.
  • Elm Point – Completely closed with gates shut.
  • Gentry Creek – Completely closed with gates shut.
  • Brooken Cove – Completely closed with gates shut.
  • Porum Landing – 50 percent of campsites open.
  • Ladybird Landing – 50 percent of campsites open.
  • Highway 9 East – Completely closed.
  • Highway 9 South – Completely closed with gates shut.
  • Highway 9 North – 50 percent of campsites open.
  • Belle Starr – 50 percent of campsites open.

Pine Creek:

  • All parks – All parks and boat ramps on Pine Creek Lake are currently closed due to flooding.

Hugo:

  • All parks – All parks are closed on Hugo Lake due to flooding.
  • Frazier Point – One boat ramp is open.
  • Sawyer Bluff – One boat ramp is open.

Texoma Lake:

  • East Burns Run – Completely closed.
  • East Burns Run Day Use Area – Completely closed.
  • West Burns Run – Completely closed.
  • West Burns Run Day Use Area – Completely closed.
  • Lakeside – Completely closed.
  • Caney Creek – Completely closed.
  • Juniper East – Completely closed.
  • Juniper West – 100 percent open.
  • Platter Flats – 30 percent open with limited campsites, water, electric service and waterborne restrooms. No boat ramp available.
  • Johnson Creek – 50 percent open with limited campsites, water, electric service and waterborne restrooms. No boat ramps available.
  • Buncombe Creek – 30 percent open with limited campsites, water, electric service. No waterborne restrooms available. No boat ramp available.
  • Preston Bend – 30 percent open with limited campsites, water available.

Click here for more information about lake and reservoir levels.

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