Skiatook Lake
Corps of Engineers
Phone: (918) 396-3170
Fax: (918) 396-2127
14004 Lake Road
Skiatook, OK 74070
website

Skiatook Lake is located just west of the City of Skiatook, Oklahoma. Gentle rolling hills of Blackjack and Post Oak interspersed with Tallgrass Prairie surround beautiful Skiatook Lake. The meandering shoreline is accentuated by steep picturesque bluffs which offer spectacular views for the recreation user. Boating, hiking, swimming, camping, picnicking as well as hunting and fishing are all popular activities at the lake. Whitetail deer, quail, rabbit, and squirrel are plentiful around the lake and some 8,000 acres are open to hunters. Sport fishing is also very popular on Skiatook Lake with a wide variety of fish including largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, hybrid striped bass, walleye, black and white crappie, channel catfish, and several species of sunfish.

Osage Prairie Trail
(from 96th St North)
City of Skiatook
110 North Broadway
Skiatook, OK 74070
918-396-2797

The Osage Prairie Trail is located on the old Midland Valley Rail bed. This railroad was abandoned, and
through Vision 2025 monies, the trail was able to be developed. The Osage Prairie Trail is a rails to trails project that is 14.5 miles long and extends from downtown Tulsa, near the OSU campus to Highway 20 in Skiatook. A future expansion will extend the trail to Birch Lake in Osage County. It is a 10′ wide paved trail, including 8 pedestrian bridges, one of which was a renovated historical highway bridge. The trail has an easy grade, since it was once a railroad corridor. Parking is available in Skiatook as well as at the OSU campus and in Sperry. Parking at Central Park in Skiatook features bike racks, water fountains, parking, restrooms (during season) and benches.

Central Park
City of Skiatook
110 North Broadway
Skiatook, OK 74070
918-396-2797

Skiatook residents enjoy multiple recreational opportunities, including Central Park, John Zink Park, Exchange Bank Park, and the Skiatook Sports Complex. These parks offer amenities such as playgrounds, swimming pool, splash pad, picnic areas, baseball fields, football fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, and a nine-hole golf course. The Town of Skiatook prides itself on being a community that is involved with their youth, and the parks department works hard to provide our communities youth an outlet for outdoor activities. Central Park was completed in 2010 and there are many exciting plans for the parks of Skiatook in the works. For information on youth sports opportunities watch the Latest News and Articles section and the Community Calendar.

Skiatook Pool
City of Skiatook
110 North Broadway
Skiatook, OK 74070
(918) 728-3931

The Skiatook community pool was opened in the 1950s, and provided swimming lessons to thousands of Skiatook children until 2001 when the pool was closed. The pool was completely rebuilt to include a wading area, water sprayers and a diving board. The new pool opened to the public the summer of 2007, and has been a popular family gathering place throughout the summer ever since. There is a lifeguard on duty at all times, and there is a concession stand for a cold drink or popsicle. During the summer, swim lessons are taught in the mornings before the pool is open to the public. The pool is available for rent for private parties and events. For more information on swim lessons or private rental, please contact the City of Skiatook at (918) 396-1154.

Skiatook Chamber
304 East Rogers Blvd
Skiatook, OK 74070
(918) 396-3702

CrossTimbers Marina
Phone: (918) 288-2332
12301 CrossTimbers Marina Dr. Sperry, OK 74070

The ideal place for fun, food, and lodging! Located just 25 minutes from downtown Tulsa, CrossTimbers Marina on Skiatook Lake is the area’s preferred choice for quality, convenience and fun. The lake’s water quality is unequalled in NE Oklahoma, and its 168 miles of unspoiled shoreline and over 10,000 acres of water are yours to explore.

Camping Sites in Skiatook

14700 Stoney Ridge Lane, Skiatook, Oklahoma 74070

TWIN POINTS
14004 Lake Road
SKIATOOK  OK  74070-9803

Tall Chief Cove
14004 Lake Road
SKIATOOK  OK  74070

 

Stoney Ridge Campground located in Oklahoma, North of Tulsa, West of Skiatook, and near Skiatook Lake. They have cabins with Heat/AC, full bath, and kitchenettes. Our full hook up RV sites are available year-round.

Twin Points Oklahoma Located on beautiful Skiatook Lake in northeast Oklahoma, Twin Points is the most recently constructed campground of its size in the region. This park has a nearby swim beach and boat ramp, and it is a favorite among hikers.

Tall Chief Cove Located on beautiful Skiatook Lake in northeast Oklahoma, Tall Chief Cove is one of the most popular campgrounds in the region. The campground has a variety of sites along the forested lakeshore, and visitors can enjoy boating, hiking, swimming, picnicking and fishing.

Skydive Airtight is a USPA Group Member skydiving facility located 15 miles north of Tulsa, OK at the Skiatook Municipal Airport. We offer three types skydive jumps and training for first time jumpers. We are the only skydiving location in the area that offers spectacular views of gorgeous lake Skiatook and the downtown Tulsa skyline.

Pow Wow Grounds

Head to Skiatook this July for the annual Kihekah Steh Powwow. This important Native American event will occur northwest of town and will feature a wide variety of traditional dancing and beautiful regalia. There will be gourd dancing nightly along with plenty of activities for kids like junior contests and Tiny Tots events. Browse handmade craft vendors or sample some of the delicious food available throughout the weekend. Bring a chair and enjoy the night of dancing.

Skiatook Rodeo Arena

Check out the Rodeo Arena Facebook page here or the Skiatook Roundup Club website here for updates on events.

Post Oak Lodge Zip line

POSTOAK Zip Line Canopy Tours takes thrill seekers soaring above the treetops along a network of more than 3,865 feet of cable line — that is longer than 10 football fields! Zip from platform to platform and enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Oklahoma’s magnificent Osage Hills and downtown Tulsa. Daredevil or not, this will be an amazing, fun and rewarding ride!