Hugo Lake dam is located on the Kiamichi River 18 river miles upstream from its confluence with the Red River. It is about seven miles east of Hugo, Oklahoma, and 30 miles north of Paris, Texas.
Hugo Lake has quiet campgrounds with plenty of elbowroom. The beautiful wooded campgrounds provide the perfect setting for a relaxing visit. The large parks and miles of paved roads are ideal for cycling, jogging, hiking or horseback riding. Raccoon Road in Kiamichi Park provides nine horse stalls for equestrian campers.
The Group Camp Area has four sites. The area has a combination waterborne shower and toilet building and swimming beach access. Each site has camping facilities that include a 30’ x 50’ shelter and five electric/water hook-ups, making this area perfect for large family reunions.
Skiers and boating enthusiasts can enjoy some 8,000 acres of open water in the lake. A marina is also available in the Kiamichi Park area.
Recreational facilities includes boat launching ramps, group camping, picnic and camping areas, playgrounds, beaches, cycling, equestrian and hiking trails at public use areas around the lake. Group picnic shelters and group camping are available for reservation. There is something for everyone at Hugo Lake.