Sunset Bay Park is a popular spot for primitive camping and day use. Boaters, kayakers, fishers, and swimmers all enjoy the park, which has a boat ramp, courtesy dock, vault restroom, and 14 campsites. The park is surrounded by grasslands, sandstone hills and various trees, making it a great spot to watch the sunset. The nearby attractions include Heyburn Lake parks and Keystone Lake, only 25 miles away. Historic Route 66 is also nearby.
Sunset Bay Park is located adjacent to Heyburn Dam. This area is popular for primitive camping and day use. Amenities include a boat ramp, courtesy dock, and vault restroom.
Boating, kayaking, fishing, and swimming are all popular activities at Sunset Bay. Popular fish species include crappie, bass, and catfish.
The park has 14 campsites, a boat ramp, courtesy dock, and a vault restroom. Water hydrants are available throughout the park.
Sunset Bay lies in a picturesque setting of grasslands and gently sloping, sandstone hills covered with oak trees and scattered with hickory, ash, elm and cottonwood. In the spring, flowering wild plum and redbud trees add color to the soft, green landscape. It is a great place to watch the sunset.
Visitors can explore the various parks of Heyburn Lake including Heyburn Park, Overlook, and Sheppard Point. Keystone Lake lies about 25 miles to the north and Tulsa is less than 30 miles northeast.
Historic Route 66