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Grand Lake O' the Cherokees cabins

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Cabin in Eucha
★Hilltop Wooded Bliss♥ - Secluded Near Lake Fenced
Hilltop Wooded Bliss Relax with the family at this peaceful place to stay surrounded by the trees, fully fenced backyard for furry friends, and a large deck space/firepit for enjoying nature. 1/4 mile to the water, 1.2 miles to Hi-Lift marina/2.1 miles from Lakemont marina. Located on a rural gravel road with only local traffic and close to the trails, 7 miles to Disney, and 30min from Downtown Grove. Located directly on the OK Green Country Adventure Trial! Fully stocked kitchen for meals!
$132 per night
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Cabin in Afton
Monkey Island Pointe - Glows in the dark!
Welcome to Monkey Island Pointe, a charming A-frame cabin on Monkey Island in Afton, OK! This cozy getaway is nestled near the banks of Grand Lake, offering stunning views. Inside, you'll find a spacious living area with a stone fireplace, perfect for snuggling up on a cold winter night. The fully equipped kitchen has everything you need to prepare meals during your stay, including a refrigerator, stove, microwave, toaster, and Keurig. Come on out for some fun, rest, and relaxation!
$158 per night
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Cabin in Afton
The Twin Retreat - Cabin #1
This is a one of a kind stay at the 94 West community. Monkey Islands newest and most contemporary living, with that rustic feel of the outdoors. Lake life and privacy at the same time. A place for families and friends to go on vacation for a few days or a few weeks together. The property is perfectly situated just minutes from Shangri La Golf Course and Resort/Spa, The Anchor Activity Center, marinas, dining, and much more. Your family will be close to everything when you stay here.
$185 per night
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Grand Lake O' the Cherokees vacation rentals

Cottage in Grove
Carey Bay Cottages-One Bedroom Luxury Cabin w/King
$110 per night
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Cottage in Eucha
NEW! Charming & Cozy Eucha Abode At Grand Lake!
$140 per night
Cottage in Afton
Water front cottage + private dock on Grand Lake
$104 per night
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Home in Vinita
Luxury Lakefront Oasis ★ Hot Tub ★ Pool ★ Fire Pit
$151 per night
Cabin in Eucha
Grand Cabin @ Dripping Springs
$120 per night
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Cabin in Grove
Lake View/Modern Luxury/The View on Grand/Grove
$220 per night
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Home in Jay
Uncommon Grounds-Lakeside Retreat Up in the Pines!
$249 per night
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Condo in Afton
NEW! Charming Afton Condo w/ Community Amenities!
$92 per night
Home in Jay
Spectacular Waterfront Luxury w/dock Grand Lake!!!
$95 per night
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Cottage in Afton
Updated Lakefront Cottage: Walk to Boat Ramp!
$181 per night
Cabin in Bernice
Log Cabin at Grand Lake
$131 per night
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Cabin in Eucha
Grand Lake Paradise
$128 per night

Grand Lake O' the Cherokees house rentals

Home in Eucha
So Grand Lakefront, Hot Tub, Boat Slip & Game Room
$298 per night
Home in Eucha
Pet-Friendly Grand Lake House w/ Dock & Kayaks!
$193 per night
Home in Delaware County
Floating 'Cabana Exotica' on Grand Lake w/2 Docks!
$165 per night
Home in Disney
Disney Wateredge Retreat with Private Beach & Dock
$242 per night
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Home in Jay
Rustic Waterfront Home in Quiet Cove
$100 per night
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Home in Grove
NEW! Cozy Grove Home < 2 Mi to Grand Lake Boating
$135 per night
Home in Eucha
Lakefront home w/private dock. Best views around!
$219 per night
Home in Afton
The Beach House at Grand Lake
$219 per night
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Home in Afton
3 bed 2 bath Waterfront Cabin-Dock-Indoor&out fire
$150 per night
Home in Grove
Cabin in cove with swim dock
$93 per night
Home in Eucha
Fox Hollow Retreat Grand Lake-Private Dock-2 JetSk
$159 per night
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Home in Grove
Cozy & quiet lake house just off the water.
$150 per night
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Your guide to Grand Lake O' the Cherokees

Welcome to Grand Lake o' the Cherokees

Flanked by a dozen small towns in the northeast corner of Oklahoma, Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees, a reservoir on the Grand River, is one of the state’s largest lakes, making it a paradise for water-sports enthusiasts of all kinds. It’s also conveniently perched in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains at the crossroads of Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas, a convenient stop for road trippers exploring the area. Part of the Big Three group of lakes in Oklahoma, which also comprises Lake Eufaula and Lake Tenkiller, Grand Lake was created during the big national push for hydroelectric power that materialized in the 1930s and ’40s. The five park areas that wrap around the lake are great launching points for parasailing and other motorboat activities. The shores are peppered with rental companies that specialize in chartered yachts as well as smaller people-powered water vessels such as kayaks and paddleboards. For the traveler who prefers the indoors to out, the charming town of Miami, due north of Grand Lake, houses more than a dozen casinos in the greater vicinity.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Grand Lake O' the Cherokees?

Late spring and fall are pleasant times to stay in one of the cabins heere, when you can take advantage of Grand Lake’s many water-based activities without the crowds; it’s often warm enough to go out onto the lake through early November. If you’re wanting to cool off, however, the humid months of July and August are the perfect time to take a dip — just know that you’ll be competing with plenty of other visitors looking to do the same. The lake is open for activities like fishing year round, though some services and equipment rentals may only be offered seasonally in the warmer months.


What are the top things to do in Grand Lake O' the Cherokees?

Grand Lake

Along the Grand River, serpentine Grand Lake spans 1,300 miles of shoreline and 46,500 surface acres, making it one of the biggest lake recreation areas in Oklahoma. You can book a parasailing excursion or rent a yacht or other watercraft through one of the lake’s many marinas.

Pensacola Dam

Anchored by the GRDA Ecosystems & Education Center, Pensacola Dam offers tours from Memorial Day through Labor Day of the dramatic, arched, Art Deco-inspired, 5,000-foot-wide superstructure that has created the lake since 1938.

Grand Lake State Park

Grand Lake State Park is adjacent to the bottom of the Pensacola Dam, the perfect spot for birders to watch for the migrating waterfowl and bald eagles that feed in the rich waters flowing from the reservoir. Anglers, too, will want to cast a line in the so-called crappie capital of the world, whose park also boasts fishing for largemouth bass, sunfish, white bass, channel catfish, and bluegill.