The Department provides several specialized programs to provide for hunting and fishing opportunities for persons with disabilities.
Fishing: Fishing piers and on-shore fishing are designed to meet the needs of people with physical disabilities, with protective railings or edges around them. The levels of accessibility of nearby parking areas and the paths leading to the piers and platforms vary from site to site. These piers and platforms are in urban and rural areas, on everything from small rivers to large lakes throughout the state.
Hunting: Special license and permits and non-ambulatory deer hunt offered through the controlled hunts program. For a list of hunting areas with non-ambulatory access go here.
Precautions: With any outdoor facility exposed to the elements, there is always some degree of physical risk and considerable variability of site conditions. Due to the large areas of some of these facilities, there may be little chance that Department personnel would be at hand in case of an accident or emergency.
This area has easy access to the water's edge at normal lake levels. For additional info contact Adair County (918) 696-6613.More info
Contact the Bureau of Reclamation for ADA information at (580) 622-7234 or the Chickasaw National Recreation Area.More info
Bell Cow Lake
Boat docks are ADA compliant.More info
The northwest shoreline has a fishing dock. For additional info contact Wagnor County, (918) 366-3859.More info
South boat ramp and dock are ADA accessible.More info
Easy access facilities at this lake include several fishing berms and a dock. For additional contact Grady County, (405) 224-2513.More info
The ramp below the spillway leads to a concrete slab for angling within the spilling basin. Canadian Recreation Authority has a concrete fishing dock with a sidewalk for easy access. For additional info contact Blaine and Dewey Counties (580) 886-2989.More info
Ski Point boat ramp is ADA compliant.More info
A wheelchair-accessible fishing pier is located near the Lake Ranger's office. For additional info contact Rogers County, (918) 341-1238.More info
ADA compliant.More info