Covid-19 - The safety and welfare of our staff and visitors is of the upmost importance. As such, the Tulsa District would like to remind our visitors that social distancing and other restrictions required by local, state and federal authorities to include the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) will be in place during the epidemic. If these restrictions cannot be followed recreation areas could be forced to close again.
Day use areas, group shelters, swim beaches and all common use area openings will be based on local health conditions and are up to the discretion of the local project. Please call the local project for the latest information.
Facility Closures – Weather is a major closure factor in our district. Flooding of the parks create an unsafe condition for our visitors and staff. Park’s may be fully or partially closed, other facilities, such as, swim beaches, boat ramps and docks may also be closed for safety reasons. Please references our Reservation Cancellations information below if you have reservations which are cancelled due to facility closures. Other factors in which parks may be closed is construction in or near the park. Although this information is included within the document posted if it is also posted on the projects News and Notices page we have provided a link to that information below.
Campground reservation and fees must be paid in advance at www.recreation.gov.
Chouteau 9-3-2020 update
Hugo Lake 9-3-2020 update
Kansas Area 9-4-2020 (Big Hill, Council Grove, Elk City, Fall River, John Redmond & Marion Lakes)
Tenkiller Snake & Elk Creek Tornado damage update
Ft Gibson Notice of low lake level some boat ramps may be impared