Raymond Gary State Park

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Raymond Gary State Park


(580) 873-2307

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Raymond Gary State Park is located in scenic southeast Oklahoma on the shores of the clear and exciting Raymond Gary Lake. The lake offers visitors ample opportunities to seasonally enjoy its waters by fishing, boating, and swimming. The lake is popular with anglers for its abundant sunfish, white bass and channel catfish. Unlighted boat ramps provide day-time access to the lake, and an accessible fishing dock is also on site. Kayaks, rafts, canoes, and motor boats alike share the blue waters of Raymond Gary Lake.

Camping, picnic facilities, a playground, a swim beach, and cabin rentals are also available in Raymond Gary State Park. Visitors to the park can relax among these various amenities and experience what it is like to live on a lake shore for a few days or even a few weeks! Six primitive cabins are available for rent, three of which feature both restrooms and showers.

Map of Raymond Gary (OK)

Latitude, Longitude: 33.993562, -95.255828



  • Boating

    Paddleboats, canoes, and fishing boats are available for rental and can be enjoyed on Lake Raymond Gary near the park.

  • Camping

    The park offers RV site, tent sites, group pavilions, and comfort stations with showers. Six primitive cabins are also available, three featuring restrooms and showers. Lakefront cabins are available.

  • Fishing

    The lake is popular with anglers for sunfish, white bass and channel catfish.

  • Picnicking

    Picnickers will enjoy the lovely, quiet settings in the park's picnic areas.

  • RVing

    RV users in the park will find RV sites with full hookups in the park.

  • Water Sports

    Lake Raymond Gary offers ample water recreation opportunities.


Annual Fort Towson Homecoming is held annually the second weekend in June. For more information contact City Hall at (580) 873-2628. Don't miss the Lighted Boat Parade each December in the park.



From Hugo, go west on Highway 70 approximately 18 miles to Fort Towson, then south on Highway 209 for 1.5 miles.

Phone Numbers


(580) 873-2307