Things To Do in Heyburn Lake Area
The towns of Sapulpa, Bristow and Kellyville are located near Heyburn Lake and offer several interesting attractions in addition to the many outdoor recreation opportunities surrounding Heyburn Lake and nearby Sahoma Lake and Pretty Water Lake. You can camp, fish, hike and enjoy the great outdoors and then head into town to visit museums and other attractions.
A stretch of Route 66 runs through the Heyburn Lake Area adding charm and nostalgia. Visit the Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum in Sapulpa to admire a collection of antique automobiles and Route 66 memorabilia. You'll find 1920s-era treasures in Sapulpa including the Waite Phillips Filling Station Museum and the Rock Creek Bridge which is one of the best remaining examples of steel truss bridges. Continue your journey to bygone days in Bristow at the historic train depot and Historical Society Museum recreating the town square from the 1920s.
There's plenty to see and do in the Heyburn Lake Area, so plan to stay a while and explore!
Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum
Browse antique and classic automobiles at the Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum in Sapulpa.
Sunset Bay Campground at Heyburn Lake
Camp beside the waters of Heyburn Lake and enjoy the glow of sunset.
Pretty Water Lake
Enjoy scenic vistas, fishing, hiking and more at Pretty Water Lake in Sapulpa near Heyburn Lake.
Heyburn Lake offers camping, boating, swimming, fishing, hiking and even horseback riding trails.
Mountain Creek Lodge of Oklahoma
Book a stay in this Kellyville vacation rental near Heyburn Lake for a great getaway.
Rock Creek Bridge on Route 66
Route 66 enthusiasts find nostalgia in the Rock Creek Bridge on the Mother Road in Sapulpa.
Heyburn Lake Equestrian Trail
Bring your horse any time of year and enjoy the scenic equestrian trails at Heyburn Lake.
Enjoy the great outdoors in this tranquil, picturesque setting where you can camp, fish and hike.
Route 66 Blowout Festival
Join the fun at the Route 66 Blowout for classic cars, arts & crafts and tasty festival food.
Take in a glorious sunset reflecting on the calm surface of Heyburn Lake for a magical memory.