Duncan Area Lakes
Owned and operated by City of Duncan, the "Duncan Lakes' are four man-made lakes built as resevoirs between 1948 and 1962 by the community as resources for use in future droughts.
Today, the lakes are used year-round for recreation, fishing, camping and gatherings. Hunting in season is permitting in designated areas only. Permits are required for all camping, fishing and hunting.
Reservations of facilities are required. To reserve a facility at one of the lakes, please call 580-251-7734 or 580-251-7791.
Rules of Conduct
All motorized water craft must travel in a counterclockwise direction and should not come closer than 100 feet to the shoreline or 200 feet of any anchored boat unless coning to dock or shoreline.
All boats must have a life preserver on the boat for each person in the boat and children 12 years and younger must wear a life preserver at all times.
All persons on jet skis, sailboats,canoes and surf sails must wear a life preserver. Jet skiers, minimum of 16 years of age or older, will observe all ski boat regulations. Maximum boat speeds: skiing 40 mph, fishing 10 mph.
Swimming is in designated areas only for your safety and not allowed beyond 50 feet from the shoreline unless it is a buoyed area.
Please refer to the regulations below for all fishing information and be aware that there is no netting, casting or noodling permitted at the lakes.
Permits available at:
- City Hall, 1600 S Highway 81, between the hours of 7 am to 5:30 pm
- Duncan Police Department (outer lobby), 18 S 7th Street
- Murf's Guns, 1720 Highway 81, between the hours of 9 am to 6 pm
Kiosks located at each of the four lakes, debit or credit card only, no cash onsite.
- Clear Creek Lake - Kiosk located west of the public shower/restroom
- Duncan Lake - Kiosk near public shower/restroom
- Lake Fuqua - Kiosk next to the pavilion
- Lake Humphreys - Kiosk near public shower/restroom