Photo: Doug Lay © 2007 all rights reserved
Pine Creek Dam is located on Little River, once part of the Choctaw Indian Nation, is approximately eight miles north of Valliant in McCurtain County, Oklahoma. The lake extends into Choctaw and Pushmataha Counties.
Fort Towson, a few miles southwest of the lake, was established in 1824.
Pine Creek Lake is a 5,000 acre lake which offers a relaxed atmosphere and excellent boating and fishing activities.
Opportunities for sightseers and nature lovers are many at Pine Creek. The forest resources of the project are managed to improve the scenic quality of the park areas and adjoining land and create additional interest in trails for hiking, horseback riding, and exploration.
The high ratio of shoreline length to water area at Pine Creek Lake is conductive to good fish production.
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French trader Jean de la Harpe explored this area, later used by Choctaw Indians to establish small farmsteads.
Pine Creek State Park Contact Infomation:
From Idabel, Oklahoma, 18 miles west on US 70 to Valliant, the 2 miles north on OK 98, then 7 miles north on county road.
Route 1, Box 400
Valliant, Oklahoma 74764-9615
|Spencer's Guide Service 580-306-8824
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Map & Directions
8 miles north of Valliant, Oklahoma.
Directions to Lake Pine Creek, Oklahoma.
Nearby Oklahoma lakes & rivers include:
North: Lake Sardis
Northeast: Lake Wister
East: Lake Broken Bow
Southeast: Mountain Fork River
South: Red River
Southwest: Lake Raymond Gary
West: Lake Hugo
Northwest: Lake McGee Creek