Webbers Falls Reservoir is a 10,900 surface acre lake located on the Oklahoma portion of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, which provides for barge traffic on the Arkansas River and some of its tributaries. On a bluff above the powerhouse is a scenic overlook where visitors may view the lock and dam and watch the lockage of barges and pleasure craft. In addition to economical waterway transportation, the waterway system provides a beautiful lake for recreation, sport fishing, and hydroelectric power.
The Webbers Falls area attracts many visitors during the early spring, when the many flowering trees, such as, redbuds and dogwoods and the many shrubs are in bloom, and again in the fall, when the hardwood trees are changing to their colorful fall foliage. The lake offers many outdoor recreation opportunities throughout the year including hunting, fishing, boating, camping, picnicking, and sight-seeing.