Photo: Doug Lay © 2007 all rights reserved
Lake Hugo is located on the Kiamichi River 18 river miles upstream from its confluence with the Red River. Skiers and speedboat enthusiasts can enjoy some 8,000 acres of open water in the lake. Boating lanes have been provided in the uncleared upper half of the lake for easy access by fishermen.
There are always fish to be caught at Hugo Lake. From early sand bass runs and spawning slab crappie to late season fall bass frenzies you are sure to find fishing excitement. Hugo Lake is also excellent for cat fishing, especially during the summer.
Recreational facilities including boat launching ramps, group camping, picnic and camping areas, playgrounds, beaches, bicycle and hiking trails at public use areas around the lake. Group picnic shelters are available for reservation.
The narrow valley where Hugo Lake lies rises sharply to the hills on both sides. Open areas are small. The densely wooded area consists of silver maple, ash, hackberry, sycamore, winged elm, black willow, American elm, blue beech, water oak, hickory, box elder, basswood, and others. A variety of flowering shrubs, native grasses and wildflowers unfold a new panorama each season. There are over 100 species of birds which occur in the Kiamichi River Basin.
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Map & Directions
Hugo Lake dam is located on the Kiamichi River 18 river miles upstream from its confluence with the Red River. It is about seven miles east of Hugo, Oklahoma, and 30 miles north of Paris, Texas.
Directions to Lake Hugo, Oklahoma.
Nearby Oklahoma lakes & rivers include:
North: Lake Sardis
Northeast: Lake Pine Creek
East: Lake Raymond Gary
Southeast: Red River
South: Kiamichi River
Southwest: Lake Pat Mayse (TX)
West: Lake Texoma
Northwest: Lake McGee Creek