Turtle Ranch Guidebook

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Turtle Ranch Guidebook

Fishing & Kayaking

Lake Hudson, located on the Grand (Neosho) River near Salina, offers many recreational opportunities including excellent bass fishing and water recreation. Created in 1964, Lake Hudson offers visitors 200 miles of shoreline and 12,000 surface acres. Come to Lake Hudson to fish in what many consider one of the best bass fishing lakes in the state. While there, cast your line for crappie, channel catfish, bluegill, saugeye and perch. Bass anglers can also catch sand bass, largemouth bass, black bass, spotted bass, white bass, hybrid striped bass during one of several bass tournaments held here each year. Facilities at Lake Hudson include boat ramps, designated campsites, restrooms, picnic areas, dump facilities and a playground. Situated in a natural river valley and resting at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Lake Hudson is second in a chain of three lakes along the Grand River. Located near the larger Grand Lake O' The Cherokees, this lake is a haven for wildlife. Popular with sportsmen during the fall and winter months, the area surrounding the lake is home to plenty of whitetail deer, duck and geese. Make your way to Lake Hudson for sport, or simply enjoy the breathtaking scenery surrounding the lake. Enjoy majestic bluffs, rolling hills and quiet, secluded coves. A wide variety of water sports are available on the waters of Lake Hudson. This lake offers easy public access to numerous boat ramps, recreational areas and marinas. Bring your boat or a pair of water skis and fly across the serene waters of the lake, or simply bring along a tent and take advantage of the overnight camping available at several scenic locations including Snowdale Area at Grand Lake State Park. Come to Lake Hudson, located only a short drive from Tulsa and the city of Tahlequah, for a wealth of outdoor activities, water recreation and scenic splendor.
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Lake Hudson, located on the Grand (Neosho) River near Salina, offers many recreational opportunities including excellent bass fishing and water recreation. Created in 1964, Lake Hudson offers visitors 200 miles of shoreline and 12,000 surface acres. Come to Lake Hudson to fish in what many consider one of the best bass fishing lakes in the state. While there, cast your line for crappie, channel catfish, bluegill, saugeye and perch. Bass anglers can also catch sand bass, largemouth bass, black bass, spotted bass, white bass, hybrid striped bass during one of several bass tournaments held here each year. Facilities at Lake Hudson include boat ramps, designated campsites, restrooms, picnic areas, dump facilities and a playground. Situated in a natural river valley and resting at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Lake Hudson is second in a chain of three lakes along the Grand River. Located near the larger Grand Lake O' The Cherokees, this lake is a haven for wildlife. Popular with sportsmen during the fall and winter months, the area surrounding the lake is home to plenty of whitetail deer, duck and geese. Make your way to Lake Hudson for sport, or simply enjoy the breathtaking scenery surrounding the lake. Enjoy majestic bluffs, rolling hills and quiet, secluded coves. A wide variety of water sports are available on the waters of Lake Hudson. This lake offers easy public access to numerous boat ramps, recreational areas and marinas. Bring your boat or a pair of water skis and fly across the serene waters of the lake, or simply bring along a tent and take advantage of the overnight camping available at several scenic locations including Snowdale Area at Grand Lake State Park. Come to Lake Hudson, located only a short drive from Tulsa and the city of Tahlequah, for a wealth of outdoor activities, water recreation and scenic splendor.

Boating & Water Sports

Serpentine Grand Lake is located on the Grand (Neosho) River in northeastern Oklahoma offering 46,500 surface acres and 1,300 miles of shoreline. Exceptional recreational facilities are available at five state parks around the scenic shoreline. With a reputation for great fishing and the proximity to the 13,000-acre Spavinaw Hills Game Management Area, this is an outdoorsman's paradise. Several charming communities are located around the lake offering accommodations, dining and many family activities.
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Grand Lake O' the Cherokees
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Serpentine Grand Lake is located on the Grand (Neosho) River in northeastern Oklahoma offering 46,500 surface acres and 1,300 miles of shoreline. Exceptional recreational facilities are available at five state parks around the scenic shoreline. With a reputation for great fishing and the proximity to the 13,000-acre Spavinaw Hills Game Management Area, this is an outdoorsman's paradise. Several charming communities are located around the lake offering accommodations, dining and many family activities.

State Parks

The Little Blue Area at Grand Lake State Park is comprised of a small creek and plenty of camping spots. Visitors will find shallow, crystal-clear waters perfect for families with young children, as well as 30 primitive tent camping spots nestled between the trees and Grand Lake. Leashed pets are welcome, and the park is open 24 hours a day. The Little Blue Area at Grand Lake State Park is centrally located between Tulsa (65 miles), Joplin (67 miles) and Rogers (63 miles), which lets you get away without wandering too far from home. Nearby entertainment includes Hogan's Off Road Park, which is located right beside the neighboring dam spillway. The park gives off-roaders easy access to the range with about five square miles of trails and rock structures for rock crawlers. Guests can also check out Grand River Dam Authority Ecosystems and Education Center and book a tour of the Pensacola Dam.
Little Blue Park
The Little Blue Area at Grand Lake State Park is comprised of a small creek and plenty of camping spots. Visitors will find shallow, crystal-clear waters perfect for families with young children, as well as 30 primitive tent camping spots nestled between the trees and Grand Lake. Leashed pets are welcome, and the park is open 24 hours a day. The Little Blue Area at Grand Lake State Park is centrally located between Tulsa (65 miles), Joplin (67 miles) and Rogers (63 miles), which lets you get away without wandering too far from home. Nearby entertainment includes Hogan's Off Road Park, which is located right beside the neighboring dam spillway. The park gives off-roaders easy access to the range with about five square miles of trails and rock structures for rock crawlers. Guests can also check out Grand River Dam Authority Ecosystems and Education Center and book a tour of the Pensacola Dam.