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Dripping Springs Lake

Dripping Springs Lake is located in eastern Oklahoma in Okmulgee County west of U.S. Highway 62/75 and south of SR 56. The 1,100-acre lake, along with nearby Okmulgee Lake to the north, helps anchor the Okmulgee/Dripping Springs State Park recreation area. It has a shoreline of 18 miles.

The lake was drained in 1996 to make fish habitat improvements, restocked in 1997 and is now one of Oklahoma's trophy bass lakes.

Location: Oklmulgee Oklahoma Telephone 918-756-5971

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