Time to Get Away

Carlton Landing is situated on expansive Lake Eufaula, the largest lake in Oklahoma. With more than 100,000 acres of surface area and 600 miles of shoreline, this magnificent body of water has attracted boaters, fishermen, and water sports enthusiasts for more than 50 years. It is a nationally recognized fishing tournament lake offering a variety of prized species. The lake’s shoreline is noted for dramatic rock outcroppings and wooded inlets populated by abundant wildlife.

Carlton Landing is located 20 miles south of Interstate 40 East of Oklahoma City and West of Ft. Smith Arkansas along HWY 69 South of Tulsa and North of the Dallas metro area.  This location and proximity to major highways attracts vacationers from Arkansas, Northern Texas, Central and Eastern Oklahoma.

Directions

From Oklahoma City – 131 miles, 2 hours by car
Head east on I-40 for 114 miles, then head south on Highway 69 for about 18 miles. From there, take the exit toward OK-9A E and continue for 2.9 miles. Make a right onto Carlton Landing Drive and continue for 2.8 miles until you arrive at the Town Center Neighborhood.

From Tulsa – 88 miles, 1.5 hours by car
Take the Broken Arrow Expressway (Highway 64/51), then the Muskogee Turnpike southeast for about 43 miles. From there, take highway 69 south for about 49 miles and take the exit toward OK-9A E and continue for 2.9 miles. Make a right onto Carlton Landing Drive and continue for 2.8 miles until you arrive at the Town Center Neighborhood.

From Dallas – 198 miles, 3.5 hours by car
Take Highway 75 (which turns into Highway 69) north 188 miles. From there, continue on Highway 69 North. Turn right on Highway 9A for 2.9 miles. Make a right onto Carlton Landing Drive and continue for 2.8 miles until you arrive at the Town Center Neighborhood.