Thursday, November 12, 2009

Highlights of Lake Chanute in Cherokee Village, Arkansas

Highlights of Lake Chanute
in Cherokee Village, Arkansas

Cherokee Village, Arkansas has seven private lakes that offer plenty of outdoor recreation.

One of the seven is Lake Chanute. The highlights of this lake are:

* 65 acres

* 2.273 miles of shoreline

* Maximum depth unknown

* Fishing, swimming, no-wake boating, and canoeing allowed

Lake Chanute is a very quiet and picturesque lake in Cherokee Village. It can be seen as you drive by on Cherokee Road. The lake is on the Fulton County side of Cherokee Village. Lake Chanute has very good fishing and is very close to the south golf course.

Lake Chanute has an easy to use boat ramp. There is never alot of boat traffic on the lake, therefore it is a favorite place to fish by boat or right off the shore. From the boat ramp, there is a path that takes you to a cove that is popular with local fishermen.

Lake Chanute is no-wake lake and just a little smaller than Lake Sequoyah, yet it is large enough for relaxing pontoon boat rides around the lake. Swimming and floating in Lake Chanute is a favorite summer past-time.

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All of the lakes in Cherokee Village 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.

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