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    by thecatsmeow Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This park is known for its cool springs that bubble up through the white sands of the North Canadian River. With lots of wooded areas and great hiking trails available this is one neat place to visit. Recreation includes a swimming pool with concession stand and changing area, restrooms with showers, playgrounds, baseball diamonds, fishing spots, picnic areas and wildlife viewing. Wonderful opportunities for fall foliage viewing. . Located within 3 miles of US-412. There are RV and tent campsites available . Also four cabins & two group camps. Cabin rates average $65-100.

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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Fishing

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    by thecatsmeow Written Feb 18, 2006

    Fort Supply Lake is located in northwest Oklahoma in Woodward County on Wolf Creek, approximately 1 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, fishing, and hunting. A major attraction for campers is the numerous campsites located on the waters 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. Numerous boat ramps are available to serve the recreational boater. We came here when I was visiting Woodward relatives in 1994. A very nice area. I do enjoy a good day of fishing and eating them!
    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 handicap accessible fishing piers located on the lake, and plenty of open shoreline for bank fishing.

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    • Eco-Tourism
    • Fishing
    • Family Travel

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    by thecatsmeow Updated Feb 12, 2006

    Boiling Springs Golf Course is located right next door to Boiling Springs State Park. I was lucky because my cousin worked here at the time of my visit so we were able to take advantage of the course when it was not open. :) Good thing because I like to golf but I am lousy at it. Would have hated to have to keep buying balls! I like the course because it is fun and a definate challange even for those who know what they are doing.
    Fees-Weekday Peak Season - 18 holes $12.00
    Weekday Peak Season - 9 holes $12.00
    Weekends Peak Season - 18 holes $25.00
    Weekends Peak Season - 9 holes $25.00
    SI says "This wooded course has several dogleg fairways. Water hazards (a lake and a river) come into play on some holes. The signature hole is #12, a 440-yard, par 4, requiring a tee shot up a tree-lined, dogleg left fairway. "
    Some more info gleaned from the web for you serious golfers.
    Golf Carts: Gas carts available
    Golf Cart Rental Fees: $17.50 per cart (18 holes), $8.75 per cart (9 holes)
    Pull Cart Rentals: Pull carts available for $1.00 rental fee.
    Rental Clubs Available: No
    Caddies Available: No
    Driving Range: Yes, Hitting balls from grass
    Additional Training Facilities: Putting Green, Sand and Chipping Area
    Pro On Site: Yes
    Facility Management: Internal
    Homes on the Course: No
    Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover,
    Discount Packages: Twilight, Senior,
    Senior Discount: 60 or older
    Restaurant/Food Availability: Snack bar only
    Bar: Bar with only beer service located on premises
    Greens: Bent Grass
    Fairways: Bermuda Grass
    Number of Sand Bunkers: 31-40
    Water Hazards in Play: Yes
    Number of Rounds Played Annually: 25,000 (estimated)
    Greens Aerated: March, September,
    Overseeding Schedule: No Overseeding
    Year Built: 1979
    Designer: Donald Sechrest
    Classification: Public
    Fivesomes: Allowed
    Season: Open all year

    Equipment: Bring your own clubs and do not wear metal spiked shoes. Shoes and shirts are required at all times. (Unless you are running around when it is closed hee hee!)

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