Oklahoma is ranked second in the US in miles of shoreline.
Partial listing of Oklahoma Lakes
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Name Birch Lake Dripping Springs Lake Ft. Gibson Lake Grand Lake Greenleaf Lake Heyburn Lake Keystone Lake Lake Eucha Lake Eufala Lake Hudson Okmulgee Lake Oolagah Lake Robert S. Kerr Reservoir Skiatook Lake Spavinaw Lake Tenkiller Lake Webbers Falls Reservoir
Acres/Built
Near
1137/1977 1050/ 19,900/1953 59,200/1940 920/1937 980/1953 26,020/1964 2,880/1954 102,200/1964 10,900/1964 668/1928 29,420/1974 42,000/1970 10,190/1984 1,584/1924 12,900/1951 10.900/1970
Barnsdall Okmulgee Wagoner Grove Braggs Kellyville Manford Jay Salina Okmulgee Oolagah Vian Skiatook Spavinaw Cookson Muskogee
In 1924, Spavinaw Lake was the largest lake in the state (1584 acres). Today Lake Eufaula is the largest lake at 102,200 acres entirely in the state of Oklahoma.  Lake Texoma is larger but partially in Texas.    
Oklahoma Lakes