Copan Point is a day-use area located on the banks of Copan Lake in Oklahomas Green Country. Camping, boating, picnicking, hunting, and fishing are popular activities here. Natural Features: The 4,850-acre lake sits on the Little Caney River among a prairie landscape of grasslands and croplands. The campground is wooded but has limited shade. Recreation: Copan Lake offers its visitors extensive opportunities for a memorable outdoor recreation experience. The lake is home to many species of game fish, including largemouth bass, white crappie, channel and flathead catfish, and various species of sunfish. Hikers and horseback riders enjoy exploring the area on several miles of trails that wind through the wooded and open meadows of the lake shore. 11,000 acres of land around the lake have been set aside for wildlife management. These lands are open for public hunting of deer, waterfowl, bobwhite quail, turkey, cottontail rabbit and squirrel. Facilities: This day-use area offers one group picnic shelter that can accommodate up to 45 people. Amenities include flush toilets, drinking water, picnic and utility tables, and grills. A boat ramp, dock, and beach are within the park.