Lake Eufaula itself may be the park's most popular attraction, but you can still have fun here even if you prefer to stay on dry land. Explore the beautiful Oklahoma countryside by following one of the area's many hiking trails.
Heading south from the visitor center, this 2.25-mile trail – also suitable for mountain bikers – takes you through dense forest to the Longhorn Loop picnic area
A shorter circular hike, with interpretive signs telling you more about the region's flora and fauna.
Another short hiking route with information signs for visitors, the Crazy Snake Interpretive Trail is also suitable for those in wheelchairs; even the signs are at a lower height to allow all visitors to get the most out of their time staying at Lake Eufaula State Park hotels.
Follow this two-mile trail along the shore of Lake Eufaula from the nature center to the beach area, where you can enjoy some of the other activities on offer in the park.
Lake Eufaula State Park cabins make a great destination for a family vacation. Kids of all ages will find an activity to suit them in this sprawling Oklahoma state park.
If hiking isn't for you, then why not explore all the park has to offer from a different vantage point. Lake Eufaula Stables offer guided horseback rides around the park, or more experienced riders can head out and explore on their own.
You may not have tried disc golf before, so why not have a go on your visit to Lake Eufaula State Park? The park has an 18-hole disc golf course – think regular golf combined with Frisbee throwing – and you can rent equipment from the park's gift shop.
As well as enjoying the lake's swimming area at Hummingbird Beach, Lake Eufaula itself is also a great spot for fishing. Rent a kayak and set out to explore the creeks and coves of Lake Eufaula for yourself.
Start your visit with a trip to the Lake Eufaula State Park nature center, where you can learn lots about the wildlife you might see on your visit, as well as the history of the area and how Lake Eufaula was created.