Grand Lakeside Riverboat Rides
Grove, OK 74344
The twin-decked, 67-foot Grand Princess, formerly known as the Cherokee Queen I, has been one of Grand Lake's most popular and unique attractions since she was assembled and launched in 1945. Her sister ship, the Grand Belle, once known as the Cherokee Queen II, boasts three decks and two dance floors. She is 108' long, 47' high, weighs 168 tons and can easily accommodate 300 passengers for dinner.
Both ships offer air-conditioning and heating for comfort in any weather, and are reminiscent of the romance and adventure of the old Mississippi riverboats. Cruises glide past beautiful ...
Facility Amenities: Credit Cards Accepted, Restaurant on site
Tours offered seasonally from May 1 to October.
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