Grove, OK

Grove – Main Town on Grand Lake


Sailboat Bridge is the entrance to Grove from the northGrove – Main Town on Grand Lake. Wolf Creek, Sailboat Bridge, Honey Creek
Friendly people, traditional values, a relaxed atmosphere and city conveniences — you’ll find this and more when you visit Grove. The area is rich in natural beauty and history. Family fun events are another part of the city’s charm, from the annual Fourth of July Community Watermelon and Fireworks show, to the monthly summer hot rod and vintage car cruises. Chili Cook-off’s, Outdoor Art & Craft Fairs, an annual Christmas Parade, Bluegrass Festivals, the annual Boat & Sport Show and the Pelican Festival are just a few of the events you’ll want to attend. Summertime in downtown Grove also features the merchants, “Second Saturday” events: an evening of shopping, art exhibits and eating your way around town. Renovated downtown Grove offers a charming array of shops, art galleries, coffee houses and eateries. Besides the unique downtown, new shopping areas have appeared all around town offering every imaginable convenience, all part of the fabric of the city. Full service marinas offer everything from boat sales and rentals to fuel and launch ramps. Challenging golf courses with a lake view and driving ranges are Patricia Island Estates is located in Grove, OKavailable to round out off-water activities. There’s an award-winning community theater group as well as top name performers occasionally stopping by Royal Bay Theater. Restaurant choices range from Tender grilled Steaks, BBQ, fish ( of course), Mexican, Chinese  and some of the best Southern Fried Chicken to convenient fast foods with familiar names. Housing growth is occurring all around the city, from individual family residences to developments for the active senior citizen, with pricing that will suit everyone’s budget. Contact one of the network of outstanding realtors to find your place in the sun. If looking to relocate your business, look no further-the economic climate is growth oriented. An added bonus to Grove is the a new hospital. This hospital was a joint effort of the Grove Parade community and Integris Grove General Hospital. A trip to Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees would not be complete without a stop in Grove, “the biggest city by the lake.” You’ll find traditional values and friendly people in the largest city on Grand Lake’s shores. Charming shops and eateries, coffee shops and art galleries, numerous attractions, special events and a variety of land and water activities are all part of the Grove experience. For a beautiful, peaceful interlude, stroll through three acres of lush greenery and lose yourself in the colorful blooming flowers and tranquil Japanese pavilion at Lendonwood Garden. While there, take time to visit the Angel of Hope Memorial garden area. Visit Har-Ber Village; the largest outdoor museum, a turn-of-the- century historic village with endless collections of antiques. There too, you can hike the picturesque nature trail along the shores of Grand Lake. The area’s natural beauty, world class fishing, great golf, unique shopping and a relaxed “hometown” atmosphere will keep you coming back time and time again. Whatever you want — Grove has it all!

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