Sunday, November 29, 2009

Highlights of Lake Navajo in Cherokee Village, Arkansas

Highlights of Lake Navajo
in Cherokee Village, Arkansas

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

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

* 34 acres

* Maximum depth 25 feet

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

Lake Navajo is a quiet lake in Cherokee Village that has residents say has a sense of community to it. It is also the closest lake to the south entrance of the village and minutes away from the elementary school. It is just a short drive out to the "4 lane" Highway 62/412 for convenience to shopping in Highland, Hardy, and Ash Flat.

The lake is on the Sharp County side of Cherokee Village. Lake Navajo has many homes around it its shoreline, yet does not seem crowded.

Lake Navajo is no-wake lake and a very peaceful lake in Cherokee Village. This a good lake for canoeing, fishing and no-wake pontoon boat cruising for the residents and guests. There is access to the lakeshore for those who do not live on the lake at two parks on Lake Navajo, Navajo Park and Allegheny Park. Allegheny Park has hiking trails available for those who want to explore the nature near this lake.

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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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