Hudson Lake Park
Northeast of Bartlesville at Hudson Lake
This large, multi-purpose park is located on the southwestern corner of Hudson Lake, a major provider of the city's water supply. The park covers nearly 6 acres with several picnic areas, barbecue grills, a playground area, an archery range, a one table shelter, handicapped accessible restrooms and plenty of parking.
Follow the Red dotted line from west Bartlesville NW to Hudson Lake
Hudson Lake Dam
Picnic area.

There is a boat launching ramp at the lake with a fishing and boater use dock nearby. In 1972 the lake was upgraded with fish shelters, rough fish were removed and special vegetation was planted in the lake to breed bacteria for small fish to use for survival. Five Sportsman's Clubs lent a hand in creating a great fishing lake. Surrounded by wooded hills, this lake is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the area.

No swimming is allowed in the lake. Fishing licenses and boating permits are required with the exception of canoes and kayaks, otherwise there is no charge for use of this or any of the city parks.
A boating permit is available at city hall.

Views of the lake from the dam.