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Nestled in the foothills of the Ozarks and along the shores of Grand Lake, Grove is the “Centerpiece” of Grand Lake O' the Cherokees and offers the largest concentration of accommodations, restaurants, shops, services, and recreational attractions of the area. A year-round calendar of activities affords visitors and residents alike a chance to enjoy the area spring, summer, fall, and winter.
When you vacation in Oklahoma consider these Grove events:
The annual Home & Garden Show in March. The Toes in the Grand Festival each June; Cajun Fest, numerous fireworks displays and the Great Grand Bobber Drop in July.
Pelican Festival in October.
Grove's “Lights on the Lake Christmas Festival” rounds out the year with a spectacular lighted Christmas parade held the second Saturday evening in December.
Some of the area's finest entertainment is located in or near Grove including Har-Ber Village Museum, one of the largest antique museums in the United States.
Miles of shoreline are located inside the city limits providing all the benefits of a city, along with the pleasure of the lake. Grove has long been ranked as one of the top “Most Desirable Retirement Places” in the nation.
Visit Grove and discover it's the place to be year ‘round.
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