Raymond Gary State Park, Fort Towson

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Raymond Gary State Park is an Oklahoma state park located in southeast Oklahoma. The park borders Raymond Gary Lake, which covers 263 acres (106 ha) and offers opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming, and camping.
Park facilities include a fishing dock (handicap accessible), two unlighted boat ramps, picnic sites, recreational vehicle sites, six cabins, a swimming area and children's playground.
The park and the adjacent lake were named after Raymond D. Gary who served as Governor of Oklahoma from 1955 to 1959.
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  • This is one of the best, low key lakes around. It is absolutely the cleanest. John and Larry take excellent care of the park and are a joy to visit with. It is a no-wake lake so kayak's and...  more »
  • I appreciate lake raymond gary park for allowing area cross country to scrimmage we all had a great time.  more »
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  • Quiet and peaceful. Very clean areas. Nice playground for the kids. Ample tables and parking.
  • Beautiful area to spend family time. Great cabins

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