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It is a big lake offering just about every type of lake activity you could want. You can put your boat in the lake for free from public boat ramps. They have fishing tournaments about every other weekend. Tours of the dam are free. Large...More
I don't know the actual size of this lake, however it truly is grand. Huge! We drove several places around the lake & you could still see the lake. It went on for days.
Nice small towns around the lake, nothing trashy or unkempt that...More
What a beautiful lake with over 900 square feet of shoreline! The water and lake is very clean and healthy. Love fishing for the big cats! They have spoonbill fish that thrust stringy up out of the water and then fall straight back down tail...More
Had a blast on the lake with friends this past Memorial Day weekend. The lake is huge, clean (not a lot of litter in the water) and offered great fishing, boating and camping. We caught a couple of catfish and enjoyed all the areas of...More
Weather is perfect...the Lake is alive. Cherokee yacht club for lunch and pool setting is worth the dues. Arrowhead on the deck for dinner after a boat Trolly Ride from one side of Duck Creek to the other is a bit of Magic. We so...More
Grand Lake offers a wide variety of boating, fishing, and other recreational activities. There are plenty of lodging options around the lake. A special highlight is the annual Fourth of July fireworks in Duck Creek.
The Grand Lake O' the Cherokees is a grand place to spend time if you love water sports, fishing or just relaxing and watching a great quiet sunset each evening. This is the place for getting away. Lots of golf, hiking, biking and many other...More
Grand Lake in Eastern Oklahoma (officially 'Grand Lake O' the Cherokees) is 67 miles long and has 1,300 miles of shoreline! You could take the whole summer just to explore it, and a lifetime to enjoy it all! I have visited the lake many times...More
Love the Lake and our home.
No more to say except it's a jewel and so less crowded than the Ozarks. Fun for the whole family bc one doesn't have to worry about the children as much as if it was as overcrowded as the...More