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Arcadia Lake, Edmond

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  • We had the best site on the lake. We could beach our boat and leave it in the water the whole 14 days that we were there. The City of Edmond owns the lake and the campsite was always clean. The people...  more »
  • Close to town for convenience, good place to walk and enjoy nature. Dam s great fo exercise and bird watch.  more »
  • This is a beautiful and peaceful lake to go fishing, kayaking, or to simply go camping upon. The "beaches" are also nice, even for it being in Oklahoma with all of the red mud. The concession stands a...  more »
  • Its nice when its not peak time for visitors. The fishing for sandies can be great early in the morning like 5:30 or 6am is perfect. Catfish can be good as well. Water clarity less than a foot or so. Scenic lake. No lake or boat permit required. Just the $12.00 state park fee to launch boat. The disc golf course is very technical with mostly very tight tree lined fairways. Jet skis limited to certain areas which may or may not be a good thing depending on your use of the lake.
  • Beautiful walking and quietude, just minutes from the City of Edmond. The dam is a pretty cool sight but the stunning rose-colored rocks are what make this place special. From any entrance or trailhead, it's a scenic walk amongst trees and brush one moment, prairie grass the next, to peaceful shoreline. The trash and debris left by campers and fishermen is plenty and saddening but overall it's a pleasant experience so close to the metro.
  • Close to home and tranquil. Great place to camp with family or friends. Tent sites and restrooms are well kept. Favorite sites are 220 & 226 in bobcat campground.
  • Nice but way overpriced. We live here in Edmond and have only been there about 3 times in 13 years because of the price to do anything. We normally travel to the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge in Lawton, OK instead. It's free to get in and beautiful.
  • Not that these reviews actually change anything. But if you're going to have water pumps at semi primitive camps sites campers should have access to water. I drove all over the campsite looking for running water that wasn't at someone's rv site and still had to drive back into Edmond to get water. Sounds petty but if you aren't going to have running water take the fixtures out and post that there isn't water.