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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Grand Lake of the Cherokees reviews

  • Much needed Rest with a fabulous view!

    "My husband and I rented the cabin for the weekend. Even though it rained all weekend there was still a lot to do.The cabin has plenty of cards and games and several television's to watch a movie. The view is amazing tons of tall trees surround you, its very quiet. When we arrived the cabin was very clean and the king bed downstairs was very comfortable. When we arrived Greg called to make sure we had everything we needed. We would definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Lisa N. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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  • We had a great time!

    "We really enjoyed our time at Grandlake staying in this lovely house. My kids enjoyed fishing and swimming off the boat dock. We were right on the lake, yet very close to the town. I highly recommend this rental."
    Guest: Jim Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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  • Relaxing and GREAT fishing

    "We just spent the weekend and had a great time. Nice quiet cove facing west for spectacular sunsets with large patio and chiminea. Owners are great people and go out of their way to be sure you have a good time. For those who like to fish, the crappie are huge right in your own fully functional double slip covered dock. Everything you need in there to fish including a convenient kitchen sink to clean you catch. We added it up and caught 6 different species of fish! Mostly crappie, but hybrid bass, channel catfish, bluegill, a few drum and other sunfish. Book your stay, they're still biting!"
    Guest: Susan Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 28, 2014
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  • fun fun fun vacation

    "We had a great time on this vacation. The house was spacious and in a private area so kids can make a lot of noise and not bother anyone. Plenty of room for everyone. The kids spent a lot of time down at the dock swimming and I didn't hear the phrase "there's nothing to do" one time. Just down the road there's a area for four wheeling. The owner was helpful and very nice"
    Guest: cat Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 28, 2014
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Grand Lake of the Cherokees Travel Tips

Experience Oklahoma at Grand Lake of the Cherokees Vacation Rentals

The state of Oklahoma is known for its diversity of land and people. There are many things that took place in the state that shaped its future. The famous cattle drives echoed along the Chisholm Trail, historic highway Route 66 is still evident and the “Trail of Tears” is part of the American Indian heritage. There are more than 30 tribes living in the state at this time. If you are interested in a vacation in this state, you will thoroughly enjoy staying in Grand Lake of the Cherokees vacation rentals. This popular destination spot has a huge lake with wooded areas surrounding it in the northeast corner of the state. For those wishing to have the splendor of the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri without the tourist crowds, then this area is for you. The homes you will find to rent are perfect for family reunions or just as a family retreat with plenty of watersports available.

Journey to Grand Lake of the Cherokees Cabins

If you are coming to the area by automobile, you will get to Grand Lake of the Cherokees cabins on the Will Rogers Turnpike. It is near the towns of Vinita, Langley, Ketchum and Grove. Joplin is about an hour away and if you fly into Tulsa, you will have about an hour and a half drive northeast to reach the cabins. Detailed directions to the cabin or lake house you rent will be given to you by the owners so that you will not have any trouble finding your vacation haven.

Aqua-Colored Water Awaits by Grand Lake of the Cherokees Lodging

Imagine having a waterfront home to take away the stress of the world for a week or two. The lake houses at this Oklahoma oasis offer views of the lake as well as all the activities that you and your family love to enjoy.

Swimming can be just a few steps from your back door or you can take advantage of boating or fishing. If the weather does not cooperate one day, you will find that many of the Grand Lake of the Cherokees lodging choices will have diversions for you. You and the family will be able to play board games or just sit in the spacious living areas and read some good books. If you tire of being in or on the water, you could also find that your host has a selection of outdoor games such as horseshoes, croquet, ladderball or badminton. You will find that your comfort and enjoyment are an integral part of your vacation when renting.

If you wish to leave the comfort of your lake house for some sightseeing, you can travel to Vinita to visit the Eastern Trails Museum. This museum houses many artifacts of the regional American Indians as well as pioneer treasures and memorabilia from both World War I and II. You can also enter the recreational area of Grand Lake of the Cherokees. While you are at this area, you can picnic, rent a boat, hike or bike around the trails, or just grab a bite to eat from the concessions and savor the day.

Tulsa is close enough to your waterside retreat to spend the day there. While you are there, you could visit the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium or the Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum. Shopping is available at several small exclusive boutiques or at larger more traditional malls. Utica Square offers live entertainment in the summer and is a great place to spend an afternoon.

Booking Your Grand Lake of the Cherokees Rentals

As you can imagine, summer is the premier time to visit this area of Oklahoma so you should make your reservations as soon as you can. There are many accommodations for you to choose from so you can stay in the property that best fits your needs and budget.

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