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Lake Stanley Draper
City of Oklahoma City

Lake Stanley Draper in southeast Oklahoma City is close to I-240 between Midwest Boulevard and Post Road. The lake was built in 1963.

Draper takes water from Lake Atoka and the McGee Creek Reservoir in southeast Oklahoma.

Size: 2,900 surface acres

Depth: 34 feet average, 98 feet deepest

Attractions: Five covered fishing piers, boat ramps, tending docks, handicap facilities and fish attractors. Covered wet slips and dry storage areas can be rented at the Draper concession building near the marina. Picnicking, fishing, personal watercraft, boating and sailing are all permitted. Skiing is allowed in main body of lake. Swimming is prohibited.

The Crosstimbers ORV Park is just west of the lake.

Draper Concessions: 405 799-0870