Week of September 17
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Arkansas River - Chouteau Lock and Dam

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Arkansas River - Chouteau Lock and Dam

Arkansas River - Chouteau Lock and Dam, Oklahoma

Chouteau Lock and Dam was built primarily for the improvement of the Arkansas River, but has fun recreation areas, too! Launch your boat and explore the 18.7 miles of navigable waters in the park. Read more...
Chouteau Lock and Dam was built primarily for the improvement of the Arkansas River, but has fun recreation areas, too! Launch your boat and explore the 18.7 miles of navigable waters in the park. Anglers refer to the lock as the “Ditch,” an excellent spot to reel in a large mouth or striped bass. You’ll also find crappie, channel catfish, flatheads, and sunfish. If you want to camp, there are a few spots to choose from along the water. Head up to the small visitor center at Lock 17 for great views, and watch the commercial tug boat captains hard at work! You can also mosey on over to the nearby towns, and check out antique stores while taking in the unique culture: a blend of military families, Cherokee and Creek nations, and Amish communities.
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