In and Around Grove & Grand Lake
Grand Lake - Boat, Fish, Swim, Para-Sailing
Golf - Several Courses in the Area
Many Antique Shops, Gift Shops
Experience history on a self-guided tour through 6 acres and nearly 100 exhibits located on the shores of Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees. Antiques, collectibles, and reproductions are displayed in displays representing the mid-1800s to the early 1900s in the local four-state region (Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas).
Nearly 2 miles in length, our pet-friendly trail has a 3/4-mile accessible section for strollers, wheelchairs, and other non-motorized vehicles.
A map with guidelines for using the trail is available to download or a printed map may be picked up at the Har-Ber Village Visitor Center or Trailhead Log Cabin.
GRAND LAKE SHOPS
If you're into antiques, collectibles, galleries, specialty shops, Consignments and flea markets,
you're in for a treat. The diversity of shops in Grand Lake area of northeast OK is surprising:
from old-fashioned flea markets to upscale boutiques, there is a vast array of places to explore
and maybe find that perfect blouse, an original piece of art or just a plain-old fun gift!!
We hope that as you travel through, you find time to stop and browse...happy hunting!!!
About Lendonwood Gardens
Lendonwood Gardens is an eight-acre botanical garden near Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. Shady pathways meander through more than 1,200 different types of plants, including an amazing collection of rhododendrons, many varieties of daylilies, and several varieties of dogwoods.
Visitors will find several major collections of plants. Lendonwood is home to one of the largest collections of false cypress (Chamaecyparis) trees in the United States, totaling more than 80 varieties. Similar to red cedar, the evergreen false cypress is native to Japan, Taiwan, Canada and the U.S. Lendonwood has one of the largest collections of rhododendrons in the region, totaling about 250 varieties, adding drama and color in April and May.
Lendonwood is home to the Oklahoma Garden, featuring “Oklahoma Proven” plantings as identified by Oklahoma State University. These are plants that thrive in our unpredictable climate.