Welcome To Oklahoma's Grand Lake
Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees is Oklahoma’s playground. Fishing… boating… and chilling… it’s life at the lake. And the real estate, from lakefront luxury to rustic cabin getaways, Grand Lake offers something for everyone. Stay for a weekend or stay for a lifetime…the choice is yours!
Is Grand Lake Living right for you?
Living at the lake is NOT for everybody. You need to be relaxed, not hurried, and ready to accept a slower pace of life. Keep exploring to learn more about the Grand Lake lifestyle.
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Oklahoma’s Grand Lake O’ the Cherokee
With over 1,300 miles of shoreline AND over 46,500 surface acres…Grand Lake is a BIG Lake.
From the Pensacola Dam to Twin Bridges State Park – and everything in-between, including Elk River area, Grove, Honey Creek, Monkey Island, Horse Creek, Duck Creek, Drowning Creek, Ketchum Cove, and more – there are Grand Lake memories waiting to be made.
Cannonballs off the dock. Rafting up in The Drip or Woodard on a sunny afternoon. Catching crappie in the morning and eating them in the evening. Early morning fishing and spectacular sunsets.
Life at Grand Lake – whether it’s a lifetime or a weekend – gives you so many opportunities to make lasting memories with the people who matter most to you. And we think that those are the kind of days worth savoring… the kind you’ll never forget.
Welcome To Grand Lake!
The “official” birthdate occurs sometime later in 2020, but since this year marks the 80th anniversary of Pensacola Dam, the Grand River Dam Authority plans to share information all year long about this historic structure and the important role it has played in the development of Oklahoma and...
While the Grand River Dam Authority continues to recognize May as National Electric Safety Month, it is also understood that Memorial Day weekend is a good time to think about boating safety. So, in this week’s installment of Power For Progress, we wanted to pass along some electrical safety tips...
Did You Know - When cruising the shoreline within 150 feet from it or a dock, it is important the boat is operated in the displacement mode. At this speed the boat will be almost at level trim and easy to steer with minimal or no wake generated. Another option to view the shoreline is to stay...