- Keystone Lake - West of Tulsa Oklahoma - Enjoy Fishing, Hunting, Camping and more!

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Osage Point Public Park

Right Along the Shoreline of the Town of Osage Oklahoma

Nestled along the north shore of Keystone Lake and along the Town of Osage Oklahoma, Osage Point Public Park is the ideal retreat for fun and quiet relaxation in the afternoon or for the whole weekend.  

Osage Point was established along with Keystone Lake by the US Army Corp of Engineers in 1960's. However in the 1980's the Corp made the decision to no longer maintain the park due to budget cuts. The Park quickly became overgrown, unattractive, and virtually useless with the exception of the boat ramp. In the year 2000 a group of Osage community volunteers decided to pursue the goal of restoring Osage Point to a park like condition and initiate a maintenance program. The group entered into an agreement with the Corp that grants the group the ability to maintain Osage Point Park as well as a degree of control over its use by the public. 

The condition of the Park today represents many hours of volunteer labor and fundraising efforts on the part of members of the community. The volunteers invite the public to use Osage Point Park for various activities with few restrictions but they do ask that you respect the park and efforts of the volunteers. Please leave the park in the same condition you found it or better. All Corp of Engineers Park Usage Rules and Regulations apply to Osage Point Park but here are a few we would like to point out:

  • No glass containers are allowed in the park

  • Do not put fish remains in trash receptacles

  • Off road vehicles may be operated on paved roadways ONLY

  • No littering - Use the trash receptacles or take your trash with you

  • Quiet time is from 10:00pm to 6:00am

There are no usage fees for the park however donations are welcomed to help maintain the park. Also more volunteers are needed to help maintain the park. At the very least, please leave your camp area better than it was when you arrived!

Location: Right Along the Shoreline of the Town of Osage Oklahoma.

Park open year round 

Boat Ramp Camping Comfort Stations Play Areas Group Shelter

Boat Ramp

Osage Point Public Park has 1 boat ramp and pit toilets nearby. Boats and boat trailers must be parked in the parking area provided near the boat ramp. 

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Osage Point Public Park has several primitive campsites for the RV and Tent camper. There are no RV hookups available but there is a dump station by the entrance. No overnight camping is permitted in the center picnic/play area by the restrooms. You may RV or tent camp in any other area. Boats and boat trailers must be parked in the parking area provided near the boat ramp. Quiet time is 10:00pm to 6:00am

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Comfort Stations

Osage Point Public Park has 1 Comfort Station. Unfortunately due to destructive vandalism the restrooms are kept locked with the exception of Holiday weekends and by special arrangements.  Water from park faucets is available on the same basis. Pit toilets are available by the boat ramp.

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Play Areas

Osage Point Public Park has one play area. No camping in the play area.

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Group Shelter

Osage Point Public Park has 1 shelter for group outings with advanced reservations. A refundable deposit is required to ensure that the facilities are left in good order. A donation is also requested to support park maintenance. Please contact the Park Volunteers using the contact info above. 

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