THE PARK IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Please be advised, certain facilities will remain closed until further notice due to flood damages. ( pictures below )
FACILITIES THAT REMAIN CLOSED
Bronco Curve "winding road" leading to west campground from Airport/Alamo (*use highway 86 to access the west side)
East Side Tent Campsites #1 - #4
West Side Tent Campsites #10
All primitive campsites ( catfish cove, white tail trail, critters campgrounds)
Kayak Rentals ( will resume on friday 6/7 )
FACILITIES THAT HAVE BEEN DAMAGED / ALTERE
Dam Drawn Down Tube ( EAST SIDE OF DAM ): The structure is only visible by a few inches, boat with caution
Yellow Trail: Bridge at mile 2.0 has been washed away.
Red Trail: Flooding remains in low sections and impassable trees are down at mile marker .50
Orange Trail: The creek crossing at mile .75 is flooded and impassable as well as the low lying section at mile 2.5
Blue Trail: 4 trees down and flooded section at mile 2.5
East Side Swim Beach ( Bait Shop ): The cement retaining wall is under water, use caution when swimming
BRONCO CURVE "winding road" west side
Dear Park Patrons,
Storms across Oklahoma brought heavy rain and flooding across the state with Lake McMurtry being significantly impacted. Lake McMurtry staff have assessed flooding damage due to the storms and have determined the lake is experiencing much higher water levels than normal and is full of floating debris.
With the potential for additional rains over the weekend the lake could see an additional rise in the water levels. Roads into the West Recreation Area are impassable, and the docks are unusable. The lake is currently unsafe for camping, boating, fishing and other outdoor activities. To ensure everyone’s safety, Lake McMurtry will be closed through Memorial Day Weekend. All customers with pavilion rentals and campsite reservations will be notified and receive a full refund.
Park Office: 405 747 8085 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org