Aerial view of Grand Lake mixed-use development land with waterfront acreage and Highway 85 frontage at Duck Creek

Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees

Isn’t this place beautiful? Click the photo to learn more about this Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees resort/boating/rental investment property located in pretty northeast Oklahoma.


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If you live in Tulsa, Oklahoma, you are very familiar with “the Lake.” Here when people refer to “the Lake” they mean Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, or “Grand Lake” for short.

All the other lakes in northeast Oklahoma usually are designated by their names, e.g., Keystone Lake or Lake Oologah.

So if you are interested in purchasing investment property at “the Lake,” why not consider the land being sold by Pelican Landing, Inc.

There is waterfront acreage as well as acreage with access to the waterfront via contiguous to GRDA land which has waterfront acreage. All of this is dockable waterfront, too.

The best part about the land is that it is very convenient. It is located only a mile from a regional airport.

The land is located at the deep end of “the Lake,” along the spacious Duck Creek shoreline north of Ketchum, in Delaware County.

Duck Creek is know for its many marina and upper-tier second homes owned by people who live in midtown Tulsa, Jenks, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Claremore, and other parts of northeast Oklahoma as well as folks from other parts of the country.

Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees is a destination place….. a perfect spot for a destination resort.

Since Pelican Landing has several different parcels with different kinds of zoning, it can easily be considered as a fantastic mixed-use land development opportunity.

The land’s zoning includes 2 parcels with commercial zoning on the east side of Highway 85, a large agricultural parcel on the west side of Highway 85, and 44 half-acre residential lots in Duck Creek Shores, which has access to “the Lake” via contiguous GRDA land.