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Spring Creek is natural, spring fed, very clear water around 70 degrees, east of Tulsa. It winds many miles, mostly bounded by private lands, and is shallow in some places. There are several public and (paid) private access points which are deep enough to swim. DO NOT TRESPASS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY.

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Old Rocky Ford State Park

Tahlequah, Oklahoma

15.8 miles N of Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Old state park no longer functioning as such but with a short section of public access to Spring Creek and swimming opportunities. Also called "Little Blue Hole". No facilities, no camping. Clothing optional. Rope swing, diving platform. Porta pots.Courtesy of swimmingholes.org
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Added on 19 Jul 2019

Littlefield's Campground

Peggs, Oklahoma

1.6 miles N of Peggs, Oklahoma
Our campground is a family friendly place where children come to swim with their parents. Campground Owners

Private property /campground. Fee to park/Camp. Swim AT YOUR OWN RISK. No glass.

Clothing or Swimsuit is a MUST. (ANYONE NOT WEARING CLOTHING WILL BE ARRESTED ON SITE).

Jumping log. Porta potties.

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Added on 19 Jul 2019

Rip Rap Access

Cedar Crest, Oklahoma

E of Cedar Crest, Oklahoma
PUBLIC swimming place (Army Corps of Engineers land) in Spring Creek where the Corps placed rip rap (a rock bank) to lessen erosion.  Courtesy of swimmingholes.org
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Added on 19 Jul 2019

Smokey Valley Campground

Locust Grove, Oklahoma

5.1 miles S of Locust Grove, Oklahoma
From the owner: "Beautiful campgrounds with amazing Fort Gibson Creek, family friendly, no glass bottles allowed in park. Bring your own food and coolers. Camping available on site. There are so many places to swim along the creek very easy to find a nice private area to swim, or you can swim upfront with a crowd of people and socialize". Camping at the site. Official swimming - fee to swim and camp. Bathing suits required. All facilities. Courtesy of swimmingholes.org
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Added on 19 Jul 2019

Spring Creek Recreation Area

Locust Grove, Oklahoma

7.3 miles SW of Locust Grove, Oklahoma
A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers day-use area and boat ramp is located on Fort Gibson Lake where Spring Creek joins the Neosho River. At this point Spring Creek is basically an arm of the lake. LAT, LON: lat=36.11604, lon=-95.2474(source:map) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. To get here from Smokey Valley Campground (above) ) continue west on E0610 Rd. (becomes N4830 Rd. then D0616 Rd.). At about 2 miles from Smokey Valley Campground turn south (left) on S 437 Rd. (becomes Spring Creek Rd then E0620 Rd.) and continue about 1.5 miles to the Spring Creek Army Corps Recreation Area. Very confident. Not verified. Updated 10/2014. Courtesy of swimmingholes.org
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Added on 19 Jul 2019

Old Twin Bridges

Locust Grove, Oklahoma

4.9 miles S of Locust Grove, Oklahoma
PRIVATELY OWNED swimming places in Spring Creek. Look for “swimming hole” signs and paid access points in this area. DO NOT TRESPASS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. Courtesy of swimmingholes.org
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Added on 19 Jul 2019
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