• River: Arkansas River
• Surface Area: 920 Acres
• Shoreline: 18 Miles
• Volume: 14,720 Acre Feet
• Maximum Depth: 19 feet
Greenleaf Lake in eastern Oklahoma is located a few miles south of Braggs.
This artificial freshwater lake is located in Muskogee County, with a surface area of 920 acres and a shoreline length of 18 miles.
It also encompasses an open-spillway dam at Greenleaf Creek that was completed in 1939.
Greenleaf State Park has fun for the whole family, including camping, playgrounds, miniature golf, and great fishing.
No jet skis or wave runners are allowed on Greenleaf Lake.
The southwest section of Greenleaf Lake is bordered by Greenleaf State Park. This well-kept preserve encompasses 565 acres with more than 150 campsites, and includes amenities like a community building, swimming pool, heated fishing dock, amphitheater and nature center.
RV campgrounds can be found nearby, offering 50 amp electrical hookups.
Cabins (350 square feet each) feature air conditioning units, heaters, bathrooms, and kitchens.
Additionally, many of the reserve's original stone buildings are still intact - built back in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and German POWs.
Greenleaf State Park is associated with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and the Paralyzed Veterans of America. For the disabled, handicap facilities include a gorgeous lakeside cottage and an accessible year-round fishing pier.