• Little Niagra

    Chickasaw

    National Recreation Area Oklahoma

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  • Little Niagara Swimming Area Closed

    Due to low water flow in Travertine Creek, the Little Niagara and Panther Falls swimming areas are closed until further notice. The Little Niagara and Panther Falls picnic areas remain open.

Park Statistics

 

While the true measure of a national park is its resources and the way in which visitors find meaning in them, the statistics below provide a number of ways to evaluate the work of the park.

The NPS Public Use Statistics Office has more about national park acreages and visitation. For more information about the agency's budget, visit the NPS Budget Website.

 

Designations
Chickasaw National Recreation Area - March 17, 1976
Arbuckle National Recreation Area - August 24, 1962
Platt National Park - June 29, 1906
Sulphur Springs Reservation - July 1, 1902

Source: NPS Redbook


 

Acreage

Owner

Acres

Federal government

9,894.13

Nonfederal

4.50

Gross area, 2009

9,898.63

Water area:

2,409

Source: NPS Public Use Statistics Office


 

Visitation

Year

Recreational visits

2009 1,238,483
2008 1,230,609
2007

1,368,806

2006

1,343,793

2005

1,295,212

2004

1,275,733

2003

1,391,334

2002

1,510,019

2001

1,608,792

2000

1,389,537

1999

1,602,065

1998

1,615,577

Source: NPS Public Use Statistics Office


 

Annual budget

Fiscal Year

Budget ($)

2010 (requested)

4,016,000

2009

3,736,000

2008

3,661,000

2007

3,142,000

2006

3,077,000

2005 3,032,000
2004 2,960,000
2003 2,724,000
2002 2,723,000
2001 2,678,000
2000 2,628,000
1999

2,560,000

Source: NPS Greenbook

Did You Know?

Lincoln Bridge in 1909

Completed in 1909, the Lincoln Bridge in the Platt Historic District [the former Platt National Park, 1906-1976] of Chickasaw National Recreation Area was dedicated on February 12, 1909. The bridge was named in honor of Abraham Lincoln on the centennial of his birth. More...