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Jincy's Restaurant, OFI House Attraction


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Just 4.3 miles from the Ofi House, you can leave the cooking to two of the best cooks in the state, Debbie and Dianne at Jincy’s Restaurant. When you walk through the doors at Jincy’s, an authentic general store, you will take a step back in time to a simpler time. Enjoy a delicious home cooked meal on Friday night, all day Saturday and Sunday through lunch. Everything is made from scratch and they don’t tell the chicken to lay the egg until you place your order! Don’t be in a hurry, but it is well worth the wait.

Soda Steve’s

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Soda Steve’s is a very unique eatery on the west side of Lake Tenkiller, Oklahoma at Fin and Feather Resort. It was conceived by the Fin’s Executive Chef, Steve Pool during one of the mission trips that he led to Costa Rica. Soda Steve’s is a fun lively joint with a heavy tropical theme and decor from his missions to Costa Rica and Vietnam. With oldies music playing in the background the dining room is complete with his trademark circa 1920 red cast-iron bathtub in the middle under a rotating mirrored disco ball.

Fin and Feather

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For years, Fin and Feather Resort has been known for its spectacular all-you-can-eat buffets. Your dining options don’t end there, though. We also offer menu service in our dining room during the day, and our Verandah snack bar is a favorite hangout for guests and locals alike.

Tenkiller State Park


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“Welcome to Oklahoma’s clear water paradise! Whether this is your first adventure or a return visit, we know that you will find what your heart desires with our vast array of activities. Scuba diving, camping, hiking, fishing, golfing, water sports, scenic nature, fishing, and hunting are all surrounded with beautiful rock bluffs and days that end with spectacular sunsets. Almost 13,000 acres of water and over 130 miles of shoreline of Lake Tenkiller and scenic Illinois River’s 70 miles of floating and 8 miles of trout fishing provide the ideal setting to forget about Monday.”

Cherokee Landing State Park

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Cherokee Landing State Park is located in the Cookson Hills, south of Tahlequah and next to Lake Tenkiller. The park features a lighted boat ramp, swimming beach, playgrounds and a softball field.

Nearest Convenience Stores & Gas Stations

The Barn (Convenience Store & Gas Station)

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Located at 27653 S Indian Rd, Park Hill, OK 74451.
Hours: Mon – Sun6:00 am – 10:00 pm

Dollar Store (Department Store)

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Located at 96222 Indian Rd. Gore, OK 74435-5375
Phone – 918-487-7097

Cookson Country Store

Located on HWY 82 at Cookson Bend Rd. on the east side of Lake Tenkiller in the historic Cookson Hills, OK

Cookson County store carries numerous groceries, snacks, beer, lake supply, ice, and household items.

Overnight boat slips available at Burnt Cabin Marina


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Things available at Burnt Cabin Marina

  • Full-service marina: gas, food, ice, beer, and bait
  • Boat rentals
  • Easy access boat ramp and trailer parking
  • 150 Boat Slips
  • Floating restaurant with spectacular view

Tenkiller Golf Course


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18 hole regulation length course, features 6,511 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 74 . The course rating is 74.0 and it has a slope rating of 120. Tenkiller golf course opened in 1971. Steve Ravenkamp manages the course as the Golf Manager.

Cherokee Springs Golf Course


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Take a swing on our new, 18-hole championship golf course, where you’ll enjoy scenic views. Cherokee Springs offers bentgrass greens, Bermuda grass and tree-lined fairways. Practice your technique on our premier driving range, featuring a practice putting and chipping green. And while you’re here, stop by the pro shop to check out the latest golfing equipment or just grab a beer.

Cherokee Heritage Center


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The Cherokee Heritage Center is a non-profit historical society and museum campus that seeks to preserve the historical and cultural artifacts, language, and traditional crafts of the Cherokee.