LAKE MURRAY STATE PARK

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Lake Murray State Park is the largest state park in Oklahoma, covering over 12,500 acres. The park offers a range of activities for visitors, including fishing, boating, hiking, camping and golf. It is located in the south-central part of the state, near the town of Ardmore.

One of the main attractions of Lake Murray State Park is the lake itself, which is known for its clear water and abundant fish. Visitors can rent boats or bring their own to enjoy a day on the water. There are also several hiking trails throughout the park, ranging from easy to challenging, which offer scenic views of the lake and surrounding landscape.

In addition to outdoor activities, the park also features several points of interest, including Tucker Tower, a historic structure that offers panoramic views of the lake, and the Lake Murray Nature Center, which showcases the park’s wildlife and natural history.

Interesting facts about Lake Murray State Park include that it was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The park is also home to several species of rare and endangered plants and animals.

The best time of year to visit Lake Murray State Park is in the spring or fall, when the weather is mild and the park is less crowded. However, the park is open year-round and offers activities for visitors in all seasons.

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