Grand Lake


$122.6MTotal Value
Grand Lake, Oklahoma

Grand Lake of the Cherokees, known locally as Grand Lake, is one of Oklahoma's largest lakes, and has 1,300 miles of shoreline. Tulsa International Airport, the closest major airport, is only 80 miles away.

The average list price for Grand Lake homes for sale is $449,000. Normally there are about 360 lake homes for sale at Grand Lake, and 210 listings for lots and land.

The Grand Lake of the Cherokees real estate market is the largest marketplace for lake property in Oklahoma.

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  • 1,300Mi. of Shoreline
  • 36Avg. Depth
  • 164Deepest Depth
  • Shoreline Borders
    State Park (Some)
  • Dam Name
    Pensacola Dam
  • Year Built
  • Managed By Grand River Dam Authority
  • Ownership
  • Acreage
  • Public Boat Ramps
  • Water Level
    Seasonal Full Pool
  • Counties: Craig County, Delaware County, Mayes County, Ottawa County
  • Fish: Blue Catfish, Channel Catfish, Flathead Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass Hybrid, White Bass, White Crappie
  • Condos available (Yes)
  • Notable events: Taste of Grand, Grand Lake Boat & Sports Show (instead of Grove Boat Show), Duck Creek, Monkey Island and Wolf Creek Park Annual Fireworks, GLOC Performance Boat Shoot-out, Right Choices Corn Maze, Grand Lake Christmas Light Boat Parade, Grove Lighted Christmas Parade, Twin Bridges Park of Lights, Welcome Back Week-End, Aquapalooza, Duck Creek Fireworks, Boats Bikes Bikinis and BBQ, Great Grand Bobber Drop, Will Rogers Rodeo, Chili Hook-N-Cookoff, Pelican Festival, Jana Jae Fiddle Camp, John Sumner%apos;s Big Meat Run
  • Sailing clubs (Yes)
  • Interesting facts: The Grand Lake area has been rated in the top five with respect to quality of retirement by both Rand McNally and the Wall Street Journal.
  • Known for: "Crappie Fish Capital of the World" and hosting the Bassmaster Classic in 2014 and 2016.
  • Landmarks: Bernice%apos;s State Park Nature Center, Monkey Island
  • Other notes: The Lake Has Six State Parks
Integris Grove Hospital
(918) 786-2243
1001 E 18th Street
Grove, OK 74344
Tulsa International Airport
7777 E Apache St, Tulsa, OK 74115
80 miles away
Grand Lake Regional
56351 East Highway 125, Monkey Island, OK 74331
2 miles away
About Grand Lake
Easy to Reach, Family-Friendly Location

Grand Lake of the Cherokees, locally known as Grand Lake, is located primarily in the family-friendly, tight-knit community of Grove, also called "Gateway to Grand Lake."

It is easy to reach by I-44, or you have the option of flying into the Grand Lakes Regional Airport, which offers flights from Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Wichita, Joplin, Dallas, Kansas City, and Little Rock.

The Tulsa International Airport is under 90 miles, and the INTEGRIS Grove Hospital is under 20 miles away for international travel and easy medical care.

One of the Major Lakes with Waterfront Property

With 1,300 miles of shoreline, Grand Lake of the Cherokees is one of the largest lakes in Oklahoma for waterfront property and lake homes. The enormous body of water covers 46,500 acres and stretches across 15 towns and four counties.

Full of Family-Friendly Activities

This sapphire gem is traveled by watercraft of all kinds, including pontoons, powerboats, sailboats, jet skis, kayaks, canoes, and more.

There are many marinas and rental services located around the water. Visit Sail Grand Waterfront for an exciting parasailing ride over the lake.

Monkey Island lies at the center of the lake, offering various recreational, shopping, and nightlife opportunities.

Bernice, a small town on Grand Lake, is known as the "Crappie Fish Capital of the World" and is an excellent spot for both skilled and beginner anglers.

Horseback riding, biking, and hiking are offered at Benard's State Park and Monkey Island.

Offroading is another hit activity in the area. Hogan’s Offroad Park features rocky terrain, mud bogs, and more.

Miniature golf, swimming pools, nature walks, and museums are all across Grand Lake for more recreational options.

Community-Wide Events Almost Every Week

Welcome Back Weekend Kick-Off starts boating season for Grand Lake with various games, foods, and music.

There is a new event going on almost every week, including Duck Creek Fireworks, Rockin' the Dock Concerts, Aquapalooza, and much more.

Another annual event is the Grand Lake Bobber Drop, a community-wide event held by different Grand Lake business owners.

Perfect Family Getaway

Grand Lake of the Cherokees is an excellent family-oriented lake destination with unbeatable dining, recreation, and boating opportunities. When you call this lake home, you will never want to leave!