Grand Lake O' The Cherokees

Grand Lake O' The Cherokees Delaware/Ottawa counties
Grove, OK 74344

Phone: 918-782-4726
Toll Free: 866-588-4726
Fax: 918-786-3386
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Serpentine Grand Lake is located on the Grand (Neosho) River in northeastern Oklahoma offering 46,500 surface acres and 1,300 miles of shoreline. Exceptional recreational facilities are available at five state parks around the scenic shoreline, and more than a dozen other privately operated facilities. Fish species found in Grand Lake include largemouth bass, white bass, channel catfish, crappie and bluegill. Spavinaw Hills Game Management Area, located only a few miles south of the dam near Spavinaw Lake, covers more than 13,000 acres. It is managed primarily for deer proliferation and hunting is permitted during special seasons.

Serpentine Grand Lake is located on the Grand (Neosho) River in northeastern Oklahoma offering 46,500 surface acres and 1,300 miles of shoreline. Exceptional recreational facilities are available at five state parks around the scenic shoreline, and more than a dozen other privately operated facilities. Fish species found in Grand Lake include largemouth bass, white bass, channel catfish, crappie and bluegill. Spavinaw Hills Game Management Area, located only a few miles south of the dam near Spavinaw Lake, covers more than 13,000 acres. It is managed primarily for deer proliferation and hunting is permitted during special seasons.

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***NOTICE*** (8/29/2014) Recent water quality tests were performed at this lake and have shown that blue green algae did not pose a concern for recreational use at the time the test was performed.

(8/29/14) The swimming beach at Bernice Area is closed until further notice due to a temporary water quality issue.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Cable TV Hookup, Camp Store, Campsites, Credit Cards Accepted, Lodging On Site, Office WiFi, Waterfront Sites

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • On-site Activities: ATVing, Boating, Swimming, Waterskiing

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5:00 pm

Tuesday

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Wednesday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Memorial Day - Labor Day: Sat 10am-3pm, Sun 12-3pm

Located in far NE Oklahoma, with access off of I-44.




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From TravelOK.com Staff on 02/03/14

Kenneth, you can see what lodging is available around Grand Lake by clicking on 'Lodging within 5 miles' underneath the map on this page. The map will show you approximate locations, and the links will send you to a page where you can get more information on each property. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From kenneth barton on 02/01/14

Looking for a cabin for my wifes 31st b-day. It is march 9th. We don't need a big one but would like to be on river or lake. What are the rates? Thanks, Kenneth


From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/25/13

S Veley, the 13 full hook up sites at Grand Cherokee campground below the dam are all 50 amp sites. All other campgrounds are 30 amp. You can get more information by clicking on Cherokee Area at Grand Lake State Park under 'See Related Listings' above or by calling 918-435-8066. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From S Veley on 09/24/13

Are there 50 amp site at the Cherokee area?


From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/06/13

Heather, all of the state park areas located around Grand Lake are on the same fee schedule of $12 per night for tent camping sites. If you'd like a site with water & electric hookups it is $20 per night. All sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. Happy camping and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From heather on 06/06/13

How much is camping fees for tent sites


From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/20/13

Anne, check out the south end of Grand Lake, just past the dam or Hogan's Off Road Park. You can find out more information about these places by clicking on the 'ATV and ORV' link under 'See Related Topics' above. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Anne Holcomb on 05/18/13

We are looking for ATV trials for our 4-wheelers


 
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