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Post by mike Sun Aug 15, 2010 7:10 pm

Cherokee Village has seven private lakes that offer plenty of outdoor
recreation. These lakes are operated by the Cherokee Village Suburban
Improvement District (SID) for the use and enjoyment of property owners
and their guests. Lake Patrol officers monitor the lakes to make sure
all boats are in compliance with state and local regulations, and that
all users of the lakes are property owners and/or their registered
guests.

The lakes are:

Lake Aztec
19.3 acres
Maximum depth unknown
Fishing, swimming, no-wake boating, and canoeing allowed

Lake Chanute
65 acres
2.273 miles of shoreline
Maximum depth unknown
Fishing, swimming, no-wake boating, and canoeing allowed

Lake Cherokee
37 acres
1.461 miles of shoreline
Maximum depth 40 feet
Fishing, swimming, no-wake boating, and canoeing allowed
Lake Cherokee flows with a scenic waterfall into and through Papoose Park.

Lake Navajo
34 acres
Maximum depth 25 feet
Fishing, swimming, no-wake boating, and canoeing allowed

Lake Omaha
139 acres
4.7 miles of shoreline
Maximum depth 40 feet
Boating, water-skiing, tubing, fishing, swimming, and canoeing allowed
Marina

Lake Sequoyah
75.5 acres
2.361 miles of shoreline
Maximum depth 55 feet
Fishing, swimming, no-wake boating, and canoeing allowed
Gitche Gummee Swimming Beach
Channel connects and allows boat access between Lake Sequoyah and Lake Thunderbird

Lake Thunderbird
264 acres
7.2 miles of shoreline
Maximum depth 75 feet
Boating, water-skiing, tubing, fishing, swimming, and canoeing allowed
The most popular lake in Cherokee Village
Marina w/ boat rentals

All of the lakes in Cherokee Village have been stocked with Largemouth Bass, crappie, catfish and other native fish.

mike

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