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City of Grove Municipal Pool
Hours – Monday – Saturday 1:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Sunday – 1:00 – 6:00 p.m.
$4.00 Per person. Summer passes available – Individual $100.00, Family of 4 $200.00, $15.00 for each additional family member. Lifeguard on Duty
Grove City Parks
, 10th and Mill St
, O’Daniel Pkwy. • (918) 786-6107
, 13th & Shundi
State Park Rd. off Hwy. 59, Grove • (918) 786-9447
This park features boat ramps, a swimming pool, a new fishing dock, and a four-stall courtesy boat dock within its 38 acres. Also available are camping and picnic areas, recreational vehicle sites, dump station, pavilion, grills, restroom and shower facilities, a playground and water hydrants.
Bernice State Park
One-half mile east of Bernice on Hwy. 85A • (918) 257-8330
Picnic and camping areas, grills, a playground, dump station, restroom and shower facilities, recreational vehicle sites, hiking trails, a large swimming area, new boat ramp, and a low-water fishing pier are the amenities and activities available at this 88-acre park. In addition, there is a new 3/4-mile hiking trail near the camping area.
Full-service marinas and boat dealers on Grand Lake O’the Cherokees total over 30, with two new full-service marinas anchoring the north and south ends of Highway 59 in Grove. At the Honey Creek Bridge to the south you will find Honey Creek Landing Marina, north at Sailboat Bridge is Grand Lakeside Marina. Indian Hills Marina is on the Horse Creek arm of the lake.Back to top
With fishing considered the number one water sport on Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, it’s not surprising the lake is also considered the best bass fishing lake in Oklahoma. Fish species found in Grand Lake include large mouth bass, spotted bass, black crappie, white crappie, white bass and channel catfish. Other species are hybrid striped bass, small mouth bass, flathead catfish, blue catfish, sunfish, and the largest population of paddlefish in the world. Grand Lake is rated the second best lake in Oklahoma for bass tournament success and number one in average bass weight and average winning weight, with over 400 fishing tournaments held here year-round.
Annual Oklahoma Fishing Licenses - $20.00,
2- Day Fishing Licenses -$10.00,
Youth Fishing (16-17 yrs. Old)
Non Resident or Out of State
Annual Fishing Licenses - $37.00,
5 – Day Fishing Licenses - $18.50
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~ 4 miles west on Har-Ber Rd. and 1 mile north on S. 595 Rd.
• (800) 495-5253 • (918) 786-3338
A semi-private 18-hole championship course designed by Tripp Davis, Patricia Island features lakes and sand traps, a clubhouse, practice facility, a swimming pool and tennis courts.
Shangri-La Golf Club, Resort & Marina is located at the tip of Monkey Island in the center of Grand Lake. The prestigious golf course, including an elite level clubhouse housing the Golf Shop, the Buffalo Bar, the Summit Restaurant, and a state-of-the-art fitness center, offers members and guests the ultimate golf escape. Shangri-La Golf Club offers 27 holes of Championship Golf. All facilities are available by land, water and air. Shuttle service is available from Shangri-La Marina and Grand Lake regional Airport, providing convenient access to all our facilities by boat.
For additional information on golf packages, “Stay and Play Packages,” lodging, special event bookings, tournament scheduling, tee times, restaurant and yacht charter reservations, and membership, please call 918-257-4204.Back to top
Grove Community Playmakers “Silent Sky”
121 West 3rd Street
September 10, 11, 13, 16, 18, 23, 24, & 25
Fridays & Saturdays, 7:30…
Fall Open House
September 23-24, 2016
Great shopping fun! Store-wide discounts, food, door prizes and spectacular…
Grove Public Library’s 4th Annual TOUCH-A-TRUCK
October 1, 2016
Wolf Creek Park
10:00 – 1:00 p.m.
For further information contact the…
Taste of Grand
FUN FOR A GREAT CAUSE
Saturday, October 1, 6:00 p.m.
INTEGRIS Grove Hospital