McGee Creek State Park near Atoka and Antlers, has earned the distinctive reputation as a sportsman's paradise. Nestled in 18,900 acres of wilderness and a Natural Scenic Recreation Area, the park lies along the shores of the highly popular fishing destination of McGee Creek Lake. The lake, known for several record bass catches, yields an abundance of other species including crappie, sunfish, catfish and bluegill. Park camping amenities include two campgrounds with RV and tent campsites in both areas, and lakeside primitive cabins with fireplaces, air-conditioning and bunk beds assuring anglers and other guests a comfortable stay when visiting the park.
Northeast of the park, the McGee Creek Natural Scenic Recreation Area teems with 8,900 acres offering a wilderness-type recreational outdoor experience. Visitors must obtain a permit when entering the area and when camping. More than 25 miles of trails in the NSRA have three designated areas; multi-use trails including equestrian, hiking/biking trails and biking only.
It's nice to step away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Rest assured you can always find a relaxing getaway here.