Open During Summer Season

Call in Orders 918-341-5190 (EXT 5)

The Oar House

Caribbean Soul with an Okie twist

Come down and try our exquisite cuisine at our outdoor dining area overlooking Oologah Lake. Our culinary trained Chef creates Caribbean inspired artisan dishes we guarantee your family will love. Our atmosphere and pricing make the fresh food worth the few minutes extra wait time well worth it. You can have it fast or you can have it good, but you can’t have it both. We are on (goat) island time. We have something for everyone; from Lobster MAC to Jerk Chicken Quesadillas, salads to burgers so good you don’t need a sauce, po boys to cheese fries, all the way to goat island wings and veggie burgers, you’ll be hooked from the first bite. The Oar House is open seasonally on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10:30 AM til dark.




Served Fresh at The Oar House





Open Year Round, Redbud Marina & RV Park Is One of Oklahoma’s “best kept secrets”. Located on Oologah lake 25 miles northeast of Tulsa off highway 169. The lake provides a great get-away for fishing, boating, picnicking, camping or just drifting and dreaming over beautiful waters.

We will be hosting Classes on the following dates

ASA 101 classes:


We will start classes 1st of March


Let us help make your life better on the water


Redbud Marina & RV Park is the home of
Come try the fastest growing water sport in America- Stand Up Paddle Boarding.

Redbud Marina Is The Number One Stop For Stand Up Paddle Boards In Oklahoma. Come See The Largest Selection Of Name Brand Paddle Boards At The Lowest Prices In The State. Available For Rent Tue-Sun.

Reserve a board ahead of time by calling 918-341-5190

Be sure to give Kent a call for Stand up Paddle Board lessons

918-852-0102 or

Come in and check out our full line of SUP and Kayaks in stock

Learn to sail at Oklahoma’s longest running ASA Sailing School

Sign up today!!

Every great adventure starts with a single step.


So come out and relax…

Have some fun…

Make a few friends…


 “A bad day on the water is better than a good day at work”