Webbers Falls Lake/Reservoir is located within the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas Navigation System about 3 miles upstream from the Webbers Falls Lock and Dam. (An observation deck is available for viewing the Lock and Dam which allows barges and pleasure boats to navigate the river.) It has 175 miles of shoreline and covers 11,000 surface acres which is managed by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. It stretches from Oklahoma’s Green Country into the Kiamichi Country area.Fishing for black bass, white bass, catfish, bream, sauger, crappie, walleye, buffalo, carp and striped bass is a favorite pastime of many visitors to the region. It also a great place for Hunters with plenty of Whitetail Deer, Fox Squirrel, mink, Gray Squirrel, Cottontail and Swap Rabbits, Oppossum, Bobwhite Quail and many species of Waterfowl. The lake is accessible to boaters via the many boat ramps offered, including Greenleaf Cove, Spaniard Creek, Brewer’s Bend and Hopewell Park. Brewer’s Bend offers Hiking trails, picnic areas and shelters along with full hookup campsites. For more information on Camping, Fishing -Licensing or Hiking Click Here.
In addition to Fishing and Hunting the area includes activities such as hiking, water skiing, sailing, swimming and camping. It is a beautiful part of Oklahoma, spring rains make the area lush and green. Flowering trees such as the RedBud (Oklahoma’s State Tree) and the Dogwood added to average to warm temperatures make an outing to this area a must!