SEVEN LAKES

There are seven beautiful lakes within the Cherokee Village city limits, owned and maintained by the District. They range in size from 19 acres of surface area (Lake Aztec) to 264 acres (Lake Thunderbird).

Lakes may only be used by Cherokee Village property owners and guests. Aside from offering scenic beauty, lakes give property owners abundant recreation, including boating, swimming and fishing. Lakes are stocked by the SID. There are a great variety of plentiful fish in our lakes, including three types of catfish, crappie, large-mouth bass and big bluegill.

There are also two marinas in Cherokee Village featuring boat slips and rentals.

Contact Information for Marinas:

Lake Thunderbird Marina 1-870-257-3240

For our 2021 rules and regulations, click HERE.

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Lake Thunderbird

Features:

  • 264 Acre lake
  • Maximum depth of 75′ at dam
  • 7.2 miles of shoreline
  • Average depth of 25′
  • Fishing, Boating and Skiing
  • Wake Lake
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Lake Omaha

Features:

  • 139 Acre lake
  • Maximum depth f 40′ at dam
  • 4.7 miles of shoreline
  • Fishing, Boating and Skiing
  • Wake Lake
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Lake Sequoyah

Features:

  • 75.5 Acre lake
  • Maximum depth of 55′ at dam
  • 2.361 miles of shoreline
  • Fishing, Boating and Swimming Beach
  • No Wake Lake
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Lake Chanute

Features:

  • 56 Acre lake
  • Maximum depth unknown
  • 2.273 miles of shoreline
  • Fishing
  • No Wake Lake
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Lake Navajo

Features:

  • 34 Acre lake
  • Maximum depth of 25′ at dam
  • Fishing
  • No Wake Lake
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Lake Cherokee

Features:

  • 37 Acre lake
  • Maximum depth of 40′ at dam
  • 1.461 miles of shoreline
  • No Wake Lake
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Lake Aztec

Features:

  • 19.3 Acre lake
  • Fishing
  • No Wake Lake