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Fort Cobb State Park

27022 Copperhead Rd

Located in southwest Oklahoma near Fort Cobb, Fort Cobb State Park offers visitors a variety of activities and attractions.  The park borders Fort Cobb Lake, a large lake with 4,000 surface acres for swimming, fishing, boating and water sports.  Sunset Cove Marina offers boat and boating equipment rentals, boat slip rentals, a convenience store, fuel and a restaurant.  There are multiple boat ramps in the park, and a bait and tackle shop makes fishing convenient.  Crappie, catfish, walleye, saugeye, largemouth bass and white bass are some of the fish that can be found in Fort Cobb Lake.


Joni Ryan

Monday, June 25, 2018
We rent the pavilion the first week of June every year. Our yearly get together is a fabulous event for the whole family. We had used several locations til we heard about ft. Cobb and we've used it quite a few years. It centrally located for everyone

Mike Hill

Friday, June 22, 2018
Good veiws clean restroom. It is a nice place to go even if you just stay long enough for a picnic

mary cole

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
A fun place to go boating and fishing & goaf & swimming & even has Cabins places for RV spaces all around great place.

Skyler Windmiller

Sunday, May 13, 2018
Giving 4 stars because lake water is a little bit dirty. Not disgusting though. The BEST PART is all of the off road trails for your vehicle. I just got an Xterra not too long ago and finally got to put it in 4WD and take to the dirt and the woods. I spent over 2 hours driving all over the lake and finding trails to drive. Amazing way to spend a day.

Jodi Metcalf

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
We had to pick up other people's trash before anyone could even swim. There's a sign at the entrance that states fireworks prohibited yet we found left over fireworks, glass from glass beer bottles, beer cans left all over, campfire pits are loaded with trash, and there is a dumpster right next to it, and let's not forget that the water stinks. If I could rate it below a 1 star I would. Doesn't anyone take any pride in their state parks anymore. Honestly, it's the worst treatment of a park I have ever seen.

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