Five Bodies of Water Ruled Clean

Only five bodies of water of the thosands of lakes and streams monitored in Oklahoma were found to be clear of harmful levels of pollution according to a draft government report released in June 2008. The rest of the waters watched by the state either weren't tested or are polluted beyond federal standards.

The 5 streams in Oklahoma known to meet all water quality standards were:

Spring Creek Meets All
Water Quality Standards

For more, read the article from The Oklahoman.