Fact Sheet: Yellow Floating Heart

Oklahoma State University is taking steps to control an invasive lily species, Yellow Floating Heart, that is spreading at Lake Carl Blackwell. Spot-treatment of a species-selective herbicide will begin July 9 and will conclude by July 12 or before.

Find more information on the Yellow Floating Heart fact sheet.

Upcoming Events

Apr 18 2020

Trail Ride / Open Ride

Garfield County Relay for Life

Cowgirls Kicking Cancer

Contact: Teresa Crain at 580-747-8757 or email at tcrain@edutechsystems.com

May 2 2020

Signups will begin in March 2020

Save the date on your calendar for this fun LCB Horse Ride

Jun 13 2020

Trail Ride: Open Event

Contact: Janell Dial at 918-633-9711 or email to janellmdial@gmail.com

Oct 23 2020 to Oct 25 2020

Trail Ride: Open Event

Contact: Andrea Esparza at 918-978-8006 or email to aesparza@trustok.com

Lake Carl Blackwell is a mid-sized lake of 3,350 acres, located 8 miles west of Stillwater on Highway 51. There is an abundance of fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing and camping but we also have hunting, equestrian trail riding, hiking, and an on-water fuel dock.