The Fort Cobb Lake State Park is found southwestern Oklahoma, just to the east of the locally famous Fort Cobb. This park houses a wide of array of attractions and is a popular dog walking area. If you are a fan of fishing, the park also shares a border with the Fort Cobb Lake, a 4,000-acre body of water that makes a great place to drop your anchor and enjoy the gentle swell of the waves.
Located on Fort Cobb Lake is Sunset Cove Marina, which offers boating and boat equipment rentals, public slips, a convenience store, gas station, and full-service restaurant. Fishing supplies are available here as well, including bait and reel rental. A wide array of fish species exist in these waters, so make sure to come back multiple times for the full experience.
Unfortunately, canines are not allowed inside of any of these facilities. The Fort Cobb Lake State Park also houses a full, 18-hole golf course. This par 70 course is lined with beautiful Bermuda grass throughout and offers a challenging set of nine holes twice over. There is also an adjacent putting green and a custom built public driving range.
Canine guests are forbidden from entering the driving range or pro shop buildings. Overnight visitors have their pick when it comes to campsites, as the Fort Cobb Lake State Park houses 569 in total. 284 of these offer both water and electricity, eight of these offer full RV service, and 285 are primitive without any modern amenities. For guests visiting in recreational vehicles, dump stations are available for a nominal fee.
Comfort stations complete with bathrooms and coin-operated showers are located adjacent to several of these areas. There are also privately owned cabins available for rental in the southern end of the park. For information on any of these sites, check out the Oklahoma State Parks' websites. Unfortunately, canines are only allowed on the primitive sites and can do so only as long as they stay on a 6-foot leash or shorter.