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Langston Lake in Oklahoma

A self-supported trip created by guest-paddler

Trip Overview

Langston Lake is a water supply lake for the city of Langston, and the lake is owned by them. The lake has about 300 surface acres and several large creeks that feed it. A lot of standing dead timber that can be easily negotiated around to find the "undiscovered" areas of the lake.

Fish include bass, crappie, catfish, and bluegill.
Facilities include pavilion (2) and rustic bathrooms. Some picnic tables complete with grills on both the NE side and the SE side. Boat ramp on the NE side. Very quite lake without too much activity. Fishing and boating permits required inquire at the Universities police station.

Many areas of the lake are easily accessible for launching a canoe or kayak.

Great undisturbed paddling awaits.


Pavilion, rustic bathrooms, picnic tables, grills.


Fees to fish and to boat. Check at the University Police Department.


East of Guthrie, Oklahoma on highway 33. Take the first exit for Langston this will put you on the old highway. Directly across from the entrance to the University, is a paved road going South. Follow this road. Turn on the first paved road going West for the NE section of the lake or continue until the road T's and turn West onto the paved road for the SE section of the lake.

Trip Details

  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water

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