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Fort Supply Project Office
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Route 1, Box175 
Fort Supply, OK   73841-9700

Phone: (580)766-2701

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Welcome to Fort Supply Lake

Fort Supply Lake is located in northwest Oklahoma in Woodward County on Wolf Creek, approximately one mile south of Fort Supply, and 12 miles northwest of Woodward. This man-made lake offers extensive opportunities for the outdoor recreation enthusiast. Opportunities include camping, picnicking, boating, birding, fishing and hunting. A major attraction for campers is the numerous campsites located on the water's edge providing easy access to the lake. Swimming and sunbathing opportunities abound at the designated swim beach or the sand dunes that are located on the east side of the lake. Several boat ramps are available to serve the recreational boater.

Services and supplies may be obtained in the towns of Fort Supply or Woodward.

The Corps of Engineers operates two multi-use recreation areas which offer a variety of activities  to the visiting public ranging from overnight camping to various day-use activities. Campers can enjoy their stay at sites offering electric and water hook-ups, campfire rings, and easy access to the lakeshore for fishing, swimming and boating. There is an attractive Visitor Center located at the Lake Office with displays of animals native to the area, arrowheads and historical artifacts.

The Corps also operates one access point for hunting and fishing purposes. The 1,800-acre lake provides excellent fishing opportunities for a variety of species including crappie, walleye, white bass, hybrid bass, channel catfish and flathead catfish. There are three fishing piers that are accessible to persons with disabilities located on the lake and plenty of open shoreline for bank fishing. There are approximately 6,000 acres of public hunting land managed by the Corps of Engineers and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Major attractions to hunters are bobwhite quail and deer. Other hunting opportunities include wild turkey, pheasant, dove and waterfowl. The public hunting area is open year round and is governed by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation regulations. There are two maintained shooting ranges on the lake which see extensive use.

Other places of interest in the area include the historic Fort Supply site and museum located on the Western State Hospital grounds near Fort Supply, Pioneer Museum and Art Center in Woodward, and Boiling Springs State Park located just north of Woodward.