Ardmore City Lakes

Lake Scott King | City Lake | Lake Jean Neustadt
Mountain Lake | Regulations
| Permits | Lakes Map

Ardmore City lakes are located in South Central Oklahoma. Each lake offers and abundant supply and variety of fish. Handicap accessible fishing piers make it easy for the entire family to enjoy the sport of fishing. The City of Ardmore tries to provide every lake visitor with a quality outdoor experience. The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Department also helps by checking all of the Ardmore City Lakes annually to help maintain a healthy fish population.

Lake Scott King - 251 Acres

Six miles Northwest of Ardmore
Wheelchair Accessible Fishing Pier
Picnic Tables
Boat Ramp
Boat Dock
City Lake - 160 Acres

In the city limits of Ardmore
Boat Ramps (2)
Boat Docks(2)
Fishing Piers(2)
(One pier is wheelchair accessible)
Permanent Restroom Facility

Lake Jean Neustadt - 462 Acres

Eight miles Northwest of Ardmore
Boat Dock
Picnic Tables and Grills (8)
Wheelchair Accessible Fishing Pier
Permanent Restroom Facility

Mountain Lake - 255 Acres

Twenty miles Northwest of Ardmore
Picnic Tables and Grills (8)
Only Carry Boats Allowed
Permanent Restroom Facilities
Overnight Camping Available
Fishing Allowed From Dam
No reservations needed to fish or camp.
For more information call (580)561-6145.
Everyone entering or leaving Mountain Lake
must sign in and out with the lake keeper.
All fish taken must be shown to the lake keeper.

General Regulations

Fishing by pole and line or bow and arrow only. Anyone fishing
from the pier or dock is limited to two poles or rods. No trotlines, limblines, yo-yos, or jug lines are permitted.

Persons under the age of 16 or at the age of 65 or over and disabled veterans are exempt from the city lakes permit requirement.

Swimming is not allowed in any city lakes. All boats and water vessels used on city owned lakes must operate in a safe and reasonable manner. No alcoholic beverages are allowed. All other State of Oklahoma Fish and Game regulations apply.

Check the signs that post the regulations at each lake. Length limits and other regulations do change occasionally as management needs change.

Call the Ardmore Parks and Recreation Department
at (580)223-4844 if you have any questions.
City Lake Permits

-Annual fishing and duck hunting permit $12.50
-Three Day Permit $5.00
-One Day Permit $2.50