Copan Lake Area

When looking for a relaxing getaway where you can enjoy the beauty and tranquility of nature without the crowds, Copan Lake is a perfect choice. Located just a few miles north of Bartlesville, and near Pawhuska, you'll find plenty of outdoor recreation along with city amenities in the Copan Lake area. In addition to Copan Lake you can fish and boat at Hulah Lake or Bluestem Lake in the area and explore the stunning Bluestem Falls all within a few miles. Set up camp and enjoy a day at the designated swimming beach, hike the trail system or go horseback riding. Anglers love the quiet waters of Copan Lake, Hulah Lake and Bluestem Lake and hunters can roam 11,000 acres of public hunting lands around Copan Lake. 

Beyond the community of Copan, you can easily cruise to Bartlesville where you'll find a thriving city featuring attractions, dining and lodging options in addition to festivals and events throughout the year. Be sure to visit Price Tower, Frank Lloyd Wright's only skyscraper, tour the historic mansion of oil magnate Frank Phillips and visit Woolaroc, a world-class Western museum. Head over to Pawhuska, home of Food Network's Pioneer Woman to see the town's renaissance for yourself. Shop unique stores, dine in the Pioneer Woman's restaurants and enjoy surprising nightlife in this charming town. Visit Dewey and discover the history of silent film star cowboy, Tom Mix, who once served as the town's marshal. 

Plan a visit to the Copan Lake Area and discover a great getaway destination for outdoor recreation as well as interesting attractions and great dining options.  

 

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Hulah Lake

Hulah Lake is a scenic and tranquil lake offering camping, fishing, boating and hunting.

Copan Lake

Enjoy the uncrowded waters and tranquility of Copan Lake, located north of Bartlesville.

Copan Lake

Find a peaceful cove and enjoy fishing in the glow of a Copan Lake sunset to build lasting memories.

Pawhuska Lake

With three miles of shoreline, Pawhuska Lake is known as the second-best sunfish lake in the state.

 

 

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