Lake Hefner,

About Lake Hefner,

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    Lake Hefner is located in the state of , in the . 

    This lake has a surface area of about 2500 acres.

    The lake has an average depth of 29 feet.

    The maximum depth of Lake Hefner is about 94 feet.

    The water volume of Lake Hefner is 75000 feet. 

    Lake Hefner is a Artificial Reservoir, Dammed.

    The lake was created in 1947.

    Lake Hefner Activities

    There are many different recreational activities to be enjoyed at Lake Hefner including: Vacation Rentals, Fishing, Boating, Sailing, Swimming, Canoeing, Kayaking, Jet Skiing, Water Skiing, Kite Surfing, Wind Surfing, Golf, Picnicking, Hiking, Biking, Hunting, Birding, Museum, Playground, Shopping

    If you are interested in fishing at Lake Hefner the fish species include: Bass, Black Bass, Black Crappie, Bluegill, Catfish, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Perch, Smallmouth Bass, Striped Bass, Walleye, White Bass

    If you are looking for vacation rentals near Lake Hefner or other accommodations, use our interactive map of to compare and book at the best rates.

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    Map of Lake Hefner,

    Lake Hefner Lake Activities:

    • Vacation Rentals
    • Fishing
    • Boating
    • Sailing
    • Swimming
    • Canoeing
    • Kayaking
    • Jet Skiing
    • Water Skiing
    • Kite Surfing
    • Wind Surfing
    • Golf
    • Picnicking
    • Hiking
    • Biking
    • Hunting
    • Birding
    • Museum
    • Playground
    • Shopping

    Lake Acreage:

    2500 Acres

    Miles of shoreline:

    18 Miles

    Fish species at Lake Hefner:

    • Bass
    • Black Bass
    • Black Crappie
    • Bluegill
    • Catfish
    • Channel Catfish
    • Crappie
    • Largemouth Bass
    • Perch
    • Smallmouth Bass
    • Striped Bass
    • Walleye
    • White Bass

    Average depth of Lake Hefner:

    Lake Hefner has an average depth of 29 ft.