Lake Tenkiller Realtors – Specializing in Lake View & Lake Front Property
Lake Tenkiller features almost 13,000 acres of clear waters, providing for a wide variety of boating activities that covers sailing, scuba diving, water skiing, wakeboarding, inner tubing, and jet skiing, with 10 Marinas which Four of the Oklahoma Lake Marinas: Burnt Cabin, Pine Cove, Barnacle Bill’s, and Sixshooter serve as floating restaurants that allow casual dress straight from the lake. Several marinas rent pontoons, ski boats, and wave runners. All lake swimming areas are protected from boats with safety buoy markers. Lake Tenkiller offers 24 boat launching ramps, 10 Lake Tenkiller Marinas,14 lake Tenkiller Parks and 130miles of Lake shoreline.
Camping in Oklahoma’s Cherokee county
With almost 1,400 acres ideal for camping and 14 parks, it’s a Lake camper’s paradise. Most camping grounds are patrolled twenty-four hours a day by the State Park Rangers, Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission Rangers and the Corps of Engineers. Most parks have boat ramps, restrooms equipped with showers, picnic shelters, tables, swimming areas, playgrounds, and grills. Handicap accessible sites are also available. Tenkiller Lake in Oklahoma is one of the best unspoiled, natural, clear water lakes in the United States of America.
Oklahoma Fishing for all seasons.
Lake Tenkiller is a popular lake for fishing tournaments. Year-Round fishing includes but is not limited to, bass, crappie, catfish, walleye and trout. The trout fishery on the Illinois River above the lake attracts many visitors. Three heated fishing docks offer winter fun for crappie fishing.
Oklahoma Hunting in all seasons
Tenkiller is ranked 2nd in Oklahoma for the number of deer taken during deer season, with approximately 80,000 acres of land for public hunting. Project lands are open for public hunting, except for developed recreational areas and lands in the vicinity of the dam. Approximately 2,590 acres of project land are licensed to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife conservation for a State Game Management Area. Additional attractions are the Gruber Public Hunting Area and the Cherokee Game Refuge on old Camp Gruber near the western shore of the Lake.