About the map
This map shows the major rivers, reservoirs, and lakes of Oklahoma. In general, the rivers of Oklahoma flow south into the Gulf of Mexico.
The largest lakes in Oklahoma are Lake Texoma, Eufaula Lake, and Grand Lake O’the Cherokees. In terms of surface area, Eufaula Lake occupies over 41,000 hectares in three different counties. But Broken Bow Lake is one of the deepest and most scenic in the southeast corner of the state.
One of the major rivers in Oklahoma is the Red River, which is part of the second-largest river basin in the southern Great Plains. In fact, it’s the river that divides its southern border with Texas.
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Oklahoma lakes, rivers and reservoirs
Lakes and reservoirs
Robert S Kerr Reservoir
Lake O’ The Cherokees
Broken Bow Lake
Fort Gibson Lake
Tenkiller Ferry Lake
Fort Cobb Reservoir
Rivers and streams
Black Bear Creek