The Space*****Please See “Description” Below*****
For best rates I am accepting booking from today through 2 months out.
Weekends require a 2-night minimum stay. However, if booked within 2-days of arrival, I can accept 1-night on the weekends.
Each individual unit's size, floor plan, floor level, resort site location, building placement, unit placement within buildings, view, privacy, number of beds and type of beds, bathroom size & amenities, kitchen size & amenities, deck/balcony, and other characteristics MAY VARY slightly.
Some units may very well have more Bathrooms than stated. We are stating on the low side to be safe.
SPECIAL NEEDS UNITS may also be available upon request!
Onsite management of each resort will require a security deposit against a major credit card of a minimum of $100, up to a $250 maximum (varies at each resort location). Such security deposit is scheduled to be released on day of departure.
ABSOLUTELY NO PETS ALLOWED! If you have a service animal, you must let us know in writing prior to booking.
· Internet access (fee applicable)
· Air conditioning
· Satellite TV
· Stereo system with CD player
· Propane fireplace
· Murphy bed
· Washer and dryer
· Iron and ironing board
· Outdoor pool (seasonal)
· Outdoor hot tub
· Sport court
· Fitness center
· Pool table
· Game room
· Arcade games
· Activities center
· Shared computer with Internet
· Movie rental
· Barbeque area
· Horseback riding
· Golf (Shangri La (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN))
· Water skiing
· Jet skiing
· Museum tours (Har-Ber Village Museum & National Rod and Custom Car Museum)
· Shopping (in Grove)
· Theatre (Coleman Theatre)
· Picnicking (Bernice State Park)
· Cherokee Queen Paddleboat rides ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN))
· Winery & vineyard tours The NeighborhoodGrand Lake O’ the Cherokees, in the northeast corner of Oklahoma, is truly grand, with a shoreline that stretches over 1,300 miles and the best bass fishing in the state. Your resort is located on a peninsula named Monkey Island and enjoys some of the best lakeside amenities anywhere.
Hop on board one of two Cherokee Queen paddlewheel riverboats and enjoy a romantic evening cruise, try your luck at the Grand Lake Casino, browse one the nation’s largest antique museums at Har-ber Village and check out Darryl Starbird’s National Rod and Custom Car Hall of Fame, featuring more than 40 classic and custom-built automobiles. Try horseback riding. Rent a boat for a day out on the water. Or shop on Monkey Island, where the stores are full of unique gifts, furniture, antiques, art and clothing. Then top the day off with dinner at Ozzie's offering lake-view dining or Anna's Bananas for a unique Monkey-Island dining experience.
WorldMark Grand Lake is located near the Shangri-La Resort, home to two championship golf courses. Enjoy the grand life on the grandest lake in Oklahoma.
Keep in mind this resort has no elevators.
Grand Lake’s mailing address is “57020 East Highway 125, Monkey Island, OK 74331” but the (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Maps/GPS address is “56409 East Highway 125, Afton, OK 74331” and then continue on OK-125 South for 2.5 miles.
Annual Pelican Festival
Celebrate the annual fall migration of the white pelicans that visit beautiful Grand Lake O' the Cherokees! The Pelican Festival celebrates with activities including daily pelican viewing tours, good food, entertainment, and arts and crafts festival, a parade, and a carnival.
Located along Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees, Har-Ber Village is a reconstructed, turn-of-the-19th century village featuring more than 100 buildings and collections. Open: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon.-Sat.; 12:30-5 p.m., Sun. (Mar. 1-Oct. 15). Closed October 15 through March 1.
Enjoy the tranquility of Lendonwood Gardens—a three-acre botanical garden near Grand Lake that features more than 1,000 different types of plants and boasts the largest collection of rhododendrons in the Southwest. Open year-round during daylight hours. Approx. 18 miles.
Darryl Starbird’s National Rod & Custom Car Hall of Fame Museum
Get your motor revving with a tour of the only museum in the world dedicated to the preservation and display of classic hot rods and custom cars. Open: 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed.-Sun. (Mar.-Oct.); closed Nov.-Feb. By appointment only on off days and Nov.-Feb. Approx. 10 mi.
September: Pelican Festival, Egret Festival