This 8200-acre reservoir on the Canadian River is one of the longest lakes in the state - nearly thirteen miles and never more than a mile across. Filled with excellent walleye as well as bass, catfish and crappie for fishing persons, the boating in and out of its many inlets and coves is matched by the quality of hiking, camping, horseback riding on the shore. The lake abounds in ducks, quail, doves and pheasant; deer and antelope roam the surrounding plains and mesas. Whether sailing or waterskiing, trolling or paddling, the cool waters and prairie breezes compensate for 90 degree plus summer temperatures here at 3900 feet above sea level. There are three campgrounds at Ute Lake State Park including Logan, North and Windy Point. Within each of these campgrounds are several loops consisting of a total of 140 campsites.