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Lake Tom Steed Oklahoma Fishing Guides
Photo: Doug Lay ©2008 all rights reserved

Tom Steed Reservoir, with 6,400 surface acres and 31 miles of shoreline, lies on West Otter Creek northeast of Altus in Kiowa County.

More than 6,000 acres east and south of the reservoir are available for public recreation and offer numerous facilities for the tourist. Great Plains State Park on the west side of the Lake offers year round camping.

The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is only a few miles to the east and is home to large herds of roaming buffalo, longhorn cattle, elk and smaller bands of other protected animals.

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Great Plains State Park

Sunrise looking east at Great Plains State Park
Photo: Doug Lay ©2008 all rights reserved

Great Plains State Park is located in southwestern Oklahoma on the shore of Lake Tom Steed. Recreational activities include fishing, boating, skiing, swimming, picnicking, hiking and nature trails, and RV and tent camping. Facilities also include comfort stations, group picnic facilities, lighted boat ramps, bait shop, playgrounds and a swimming beach.

Directions: From Mountain Park, go 2 miles north on Highway 183, then 2 miles west on Access Road.

Phone: (580) 569-2032

Fax: (580) 569-2375

Email: GreatPlains@oklahomaparks.com

Wichita Mts. National Wildlife Refuge

Lake Caddo in the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge
Lake Caddo in the
Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge
Photo: Doug Lay © 2008 all rights reserved

Set aside as a forest preserve in 1901 and a game preserve in 1905, it is the oldest managed Refuge in the US.

The natural attractions of the refuge include 20 lakes, streams, canyons, mountains and grassland ideal for fishing, hiking, and other outdoor activities.

Visitors can see free roaming buffalo, elk, longhorn cattle, deer, and much more. The refuge also has a prairie dog town.

Headquarters are located 25 miles northwest of Lawton, Oklahoma.

Phone: (580) 429-3221
Visitors Center: (580) 429-8487

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8 miles north of Snyder, Oklahoma directly off Highway 183.
Lake Tom Steed Oklahoma map
Directions to Lake Tom Steed, Oklahoma.

Nearby Oklahoma lakes & rivers include:

North: Rocky Lake
Northeast: Lake Fort Cobb
East: Lake Lawtonka & Elmer Thomas
Southeast: Lake Kinder
South: Lake Fredrick
Southwest: Lake Pauline (TX)
West: Altus City Lake
Northwest: Lake Altus-Lugert

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