Green Means Go!
Visit beautiful Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma's largest lake, located on the Canadian River in Southeastern Oklahoma. Visitors will enjoy equestrian trails, hiking, fishing, camping and boating at this 105,500 surgace acre lake with 800 miles of shoreline. Multiple marinas are available for your convenience. Visit nearby Eufaula for shopping, dining and more fun filled activities. For more information on Oklahoma's favorite place to stay, visit visitlakeeufaula.com.
Enjoy the cultural diversity of Tahlequah, the Capitol of Cherokee Nation. The Illinois River provides great outdoor activities with biking, hiking, camping, rafting and float trips. The city offers unique boutiques, restaurants and a rich Inidan history. Tahlequah is also home to Northeastern State Univerity and welcomes all visitors. Visit TourTahlequah.com for more information.
GROVE AND GRAND LAKE
Live the grand life in Grove, the largest city on Grand Lake 'O the Cherokees. Grove is your entertainment hub for Northeast Oklahoma. Enjoy fishing tournaments, festivals and a multitude of outdoor activities that will please everyone. Grand Lake boasts more shoreline than California with over 1,300 miles of beautiful cliffs, sandy beaches and tree lines to explore. Visit nearby attractions like Har-Ber Village, Lendonwood Gardens, area casinos and golf courses. Visit groveok.org for more information.