Lake Hudson

Oklahoma

88Listings
$5K-$2.8M
$26.6MTotal Value
Lake Hudson, Oklahoma

Lake Hudson real estate is regarded as the fifth largest market in Oklahoma for lake homes and lake lots.

Typically, buyers can find 60 Lake Hudson homes for sale, and 80 lake lots and land for sale. Offering houses at many price points, Lake Hudson homes for sale have an average list price of $223,000.

A mid-sized Oklahoma lake, Lake Hudson has 200 miles of shoreline. The lake is also known as Markham Ferry Reservoir,

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  • 200Mi. of Shoreline
  • 18Avg. Depth
  • 65Deepest Depth
  • Shoreline Borders
    State Park (Some)
  • Dam Name
    Robert S. Kerry Dam
  • Year Built
    1964
  • Managed By Grand River Dam Authority
  • Ownership
    Public
  • Acreage
    12,000
  • Public Boat Ramps
    8
Marinas
(918) 434-6099
33 Big Bluff Ln
Pryor, OK 74361
Golf Courses
(918) 758-3220
32922 Pebble Beach
Afton, OK 74331
(918) 435-8727
N4475 Rd
Langley, OK 74350
Campgrounds
(918) 809-3341
3296 East 4675 Road
Adair, OK 74330
  • Counties: Mayes County
  • Interesting facts: voted best bass lake in OK 2008
  • Known for: ranked #64 in the country by Bassmaster Magazine%apos;s annual list of 100 best in 2015
  • History: http://www.okhistory.org/publications/enc/entry.php?entry=SA008
  • Other notes: located in the heart of OK "Green Country" and "Cherokee Nation"
Hospitals
(918) 825-1600
111 N Bailey St
Pryor, OK 74361
Airports
Tulsa International Airport
7777 East Apache St, Tulsa, OK 74115
47 miles away
About Lake Hudson
Pryor, Oklahoma

Lake Hudson is under 30 minutes from Pryor, Oklahoma, and under an hour from Tulsa.

The nearest hospital is Hillcrest Pryor Hospital, 12.6 miles away, and the nearest airport is the Tulsa International Airport, 51.7 miles away.

Those looking to shop can visit Woodland Hills Mall in Tulsa, and residents don’t need to look any further than right around the corner for local restaurants such as Los Coco’s Mexican restaurant and Pig-N-Out.

Expansive Marvel

Spanning over 12,000 acres, Lake Hudson provides its residents plenty of space and opportunity for both relaxation and adventure.

Lakeside Entertainment

Residents of Lake Hudson have plenty of lakeside activities afforded to them, such as boating, swimming, kayaking, and fishing.

Lake Hudson is also a part of the nation’s only dark sky preserve, aiming to limit light pollution and provide brilliant night sky viewing opportunities.

Those with a flair for fishing will also enjoy tossing a line out on the water for muskie.

Explore Tulsa

Residents looking for activities off of the shore should visit the big city of Tulsa.

Here, residents can take a trip to the Philbrook Museum of Art for Italian and European-style pieces.

Residents can also visit the Tulsa Zoo to see many different species of wildlife and learn more about the nature around them.

Bright Sky Serenity

Those who are looking for a place to get in touch with nature and relax will love coming home to Lake Hudson.