Twin Bridges State Park

 
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Twin Bridges State Park
14801 Hwy 137 S
Fairland, OK 74343
junction of Hwy 137/60
Park Office: 918-542-6969
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Twin Bridges State Park, Oklahoma

 Located to the southeast of Miami near Fairland, Oklahoma, where the Spring River & Neosho Rivers meet, Twin Bridges State Park is a quiet spot where the water flows softly and the fish play hard.

 Paddlefish or Spoonbills as some folks call them are big fish, and are a big part of why Twin Bridges park is so popular with fishermen in the Neosho River. Paddlefish are considered only average at 50lbs, because the state record is 121lbs. Paddlefish are caught by snagging across the lake or river bottom, and have special fishing regulations to follow. Bass and Catfish are also excellent, and a Marina is located at the tip of the park.

See also: Paddlefish Research Center at Twin Bridges State Park, and Snagging' Paddlefish with Dick Faurot Youtube Video

 Canoeing is nice in both the Spring River, and Neosho River  and Spring River Canoe Trails State Park, the sister park to the Twin Bridges State Park is located to the north.

Grand Lake Online, Grand Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, and Grand Lake Fun also have information on Twin Bridges State Park and the Grand Lake area.

Nearby attractions include: The Coleman Theatre, Dobson Museum, Wyandotte Casino, Route 66 Vintage Iron - Motorcycle Museum, Visit Miami Oklahoma.

See Also: Honey Creek State Park, Spring River Canoe Trails State Park, Cherokee State Park, Bernice State Park, Spavinaw State Park.