Raymond Gary

Raymond Gary

Contacts

Game Warden (County):
(580) 317-5000(Choctaw)

 Located 1 mile east of Ft. Towson in Choctaw County.

One Handicap accessible fishing dock, multiple fishing jetties in the state park. Two boat ramps, camping, restrooms, and sanitary facilities are also provided. Visitor amenities are administered by Raymond Gary State Park.

Lake Raymond Gary was constructed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1956.

An abundance of vegetation surrounds the shoreline at the lake. The lake has 9 fish attractors made up of brush piles. Staff refurbished these attractors in 2019.

Lake Raymond Gary (Google Map) is located 1.5 miles south of US 70 on SH 209. 

Lake Details

Shoreline Length: 10.10 mi.
Volume: 1681.00 ac. ft.
Max. Depth: 22.00 ft.
Surface Area: 263.00 ac.

Located

Choctaw County

From Fort Towson – .25 miles east on US 70, 1.5 miles south on SH 209.

Oklahoma State Parks manages campgrounds with full RV hookups, one handicap-accessible fishing dock, fishing jetties, and a boat ramp.

Lake Raymond Gary was constructed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1956.

Lake is stocked with Florida Bass every few years.

Notable Characteristics of Lake: A major portion of the lakes public access lies within Raymond Gary State Park.

Habitat Types, Status, and Improvements: An abundance of vegetation surrounds the shoreline at the lake. The lake has 9 fish attractors made up of brush piles. Staff refurbished these attractors in 2019.

Several short-earth berm fishing jetties extend into the lake providing additional fishing access from shore. One ADA compliant T-dock is also located within the park.

Daily/Size Limits:

Channel and/or blue catfish: six combined per day.

Methods:

Fishing limited to only two rods and reels per person. Fishing limited to rod and reel and bowfishing. No other method of fishing allowed.

CLOSED to hunting or taking wildlife by any means.

See specific WMA regulations for other restrictions that may apply to lakes within WMAs.