When you visit Cherokee Village, you’ll notice that many people will spend their vacation in a nicely furnished, clean private home. Vacation rentals, everything from townhouses and 2 bedroom bungalows, spacious homes right on the golf course, to lakefront villas and fabulous, large waterfront homes, are available all throughout the village. There’s a wide variety of accommodation types, amenities and sizes. You could stay at one of the expensive lodges around the area outside the village. You could stay in a small motel room outside the village. Or you could enjoy one of the roomy, comfortable privately owned homes or townhomes offered for rent to vacationers.
You will find this is the best way to enjoy your time in the village and get a real feel for what it is like living here, rather than staying in a motel in a neighboring town. Cherokee Village takes on a whole new dimension. You’ll stay in the village, not outside of it. You’ll wake up where your vacation is, not from where you need to leave that morning for the upcoming day’s activities.
When you come to Cherokee Village, Arkansas, make sure you’ve set aside enough time to see and do everything. Because Cherokee Village is packed with activities such as:
– 7 lakes that offer spectacular boating, water skiing, tubing, swimming, fishing, canoeing and great family fun
– Golf on two 18 hole championship golf courses
– Tennis Courts
– Swimming pools
– Recreation and fitness center
– Hiking trails
– City parks
– Swimming beach on Lake Sequoyah
– Two marinas
– Boat ramps
– Canoeing and rafting on the South Fork River
…and much more. See these marvels and more for yourself.
There is enough of a variety of things to do that you really don’t need to leave the village during your stay, but if you want to venture out in the eastern Ozarks, you can also use Cherokee Village as a base to go site seeing around the Ozarks, from antiquing in nearby Hardy to fly fishing in the nearby Spring and White Rivers. Local outfitters can set you up for fun with river trips, guided fishing, hunting, hiking and wildlife watching. If golf or antiquing is too slow moving for you, then try a little excitement on the Spring and White Rivers. These local outfitters have tours for every level from an easy float for beginners to more white-knuckle advanced rafting and canoeing!
All Year Round
Cherokee Village is not just for the summer months. Fishing isn’t just for the summer months here. Fishing is year round in Cherokee Village. Golf isn’t just for the summer months here. Golf is year round. Tennis isn’t just for summer. Tennis is year round here.
In the spring and fall, the fun continues with golf, tennis, hiking, fishing, boating, and more. Spring brings out more golfers and outdoor activities really start to pick up. The fall brings amazing colors to Sring River country. Bring your camera.
Cherokee Village can be a winter holiday destination, too. So, how about a holiday this year right here in the northern Arkansas Ozarks? There’s still time to plan the upcoming holiday season celebration with friends and family in a home away from home. There are families who come and stay for Christmas week year after year in the village.
Winter doesn’t find us hibernating here! Discover the northern Arkansas Ozarks when the summer crowds are gone. Escape from the harsh winters up north and enjoy our milder winters down here in Cherokee Village. Rates are lower this time of year and the temperatures are much better than farther north. Snowfall in this area of the country averages less than 5 inches per year. On average, there are 222 sunny days per year in Cherokee Village.
Hint: If you are planning to stay in Cherokee Village during the popular Fourth of July holiday time and would like a lakefront home to stay in, you will want to find a rental the first business day after New Years Day from one of the many real estate companies that handle these types of rentals. Those reservations tend to fill up very rapidly each and every year. duke energy customer service