Nature & Outdoors in grand lake country

Zena Suri Alpacas

(804) 389-2579

35401 S 580 Rd, Jay, OK 74346, USA

Friday 9AM–4:30PM Saturday 9AM–4:30PM Sunday 10AM–4:30PM Monday 9AM–4:30PM Tuesday 9AM–4:30PM Wednesday 9AM–4:30PM Thursday 9AM–4:30PM

We founded Zena Suri Alpacas in 2008 Tom and Kathleen Callan met and married in Washington, D.C. where both were broadcast journalists. They founded Zena Suri Alpacas in 2008, while living in Utah, and learned how to care for their animals. Read more…

Wolf Creek Park and Boating Facility

(918) 786-6107

963 N. 16th St, Grove, OK 74344, USA

Always Open

Wolf Creek Park, Grove, OK – new fishing and boating facility being constructed. New ramps, docks, restrooms, walkways are just part of the new facility. The City of Grove is partnering with GRDA, ODOT and ODWC to construct a top of the line fishing facility. Read more…

Grand Lake Sports Center

(918) 786-2300

301 S Main St, Grove, OK 74344, USA

Sunday 8AM–4PM Monday 8AM–5PM Tuesday 8AM–5PM Wednesday 8AM–5PM Thursday 8AM–5PM Friday 8AM–6PM Saturday 8AM–6PM

Our sign says it all! If it’s “bait”and tackle we have it! Towable tubes, skis, wakeboards, kneeboards and all the accessories, marine dept, kayaks, paddle boats, canoes, floats for the river, floating coolers, islands, water tables, pool games, life-vests for the whole family including your pet, sportswear, gifts,souvenirs, It’s all… Read more…

Honey Creek Outdoors

(918) 801-7653

4600 U.S. 59, Grove, OK 74344, USA

Sunday 11AM–5PM Monday 7AM–7PM Tuesday 7AM–7PM Wednesday 7AM–7PM Thursday 7AM–7PM Friday 7AM–7PM Saturday 7AM–7PM

We are a full line outdoor store, including archery pro shop, indoor archery range, fishing, hunting. Guns and ammo coming in the near future. Read more…

Bluff Dwellers Cave

(417) 475-3666

163 Cave Rd, Noel, MO 64854, USA

Wednesday 10AM–6PM Thursday 10AM–6PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 10AM–6PM Monday 10AM–6PM Tuesday 10AM–6PM

Our Prehistory Native Americans from the Archaic, beginning about 8500 B.C., lived in small family groups. They were known as Bluff Dwellers because they often sheltered in caves or under bluffs by streams. They were gradually shifting from a nomadic lifestyle to one more settled as they learned the art of agriculture. Read more…