Grand Lake, OK, situated on the shore of Grand Lake o the Cherokees, provides a quiet place to live for the summer or as a permanent residence. The lake, formed in 1940 with the completion of the Pensacola Dam on the Grand River, together with the town, and surrounding area provide an abundance of activities. Enjoy golf, horseback riding, hiking, 4X4 off road trails and camping close to home. Enjoy boating, especially sail boating, because of its NE to SW orientation the lake attracts sail boaters from across the country. There are 11 state parks to explore, a vineyard and winery, one of the largest antique museums in the United States, the famous Cherokee Queen cruise, a casino, movie theaters and restaurants that provide fine dining.
Shop for groceries and daily necessities in town and when heavy shopping becomes necessary, Broken Arrow and Fayetteville are one and 1/2 hour away. Grand Lake boasts an excellent public elementary and high school and there are several private schools owned and maintained by religious organizations in or near the community. Churches of various denominations provide religious services.
The weather is temperate, ranging from an average of 37 F in January to 82 F in July. You will not have to miss the changing of the seasons when you live in one of the Grand Lake homes.
Grand Lake homes for sale vary and one can be found to suit every taste and need. Lake front property, homes with a golf course view, cabins, retirement and luxury homes, and investment properties are all available in the Grand Lake area. Prices for Grand Lake homes vary from $12,900 for a one bedroom, one bath to $1,350,000 for a five bedroom, four and 1/2 bath.
Realty companies in Grand Lake will help you find the perfect home.