NATURAL FALLS STATE PARK
Located six miles west of West Siloam Springs on U.S. 412 and 1/8 mile south of 412.
Day use is $4 per car (from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.). Primitive campsites $12; firewood for purchase. Bathrooms on site.
Events, including weddings, are allowed on the park's premises. Rent the Red Fern Reunion Center, which has a kitchenette, for as little as $50.
GRAND LAKE ATTRACTIONS
Cherokee Queen Dinner Cruises
Docked at 11368 U.S. 59 Grove at Sailboat Bridge, Grove
Cruises glide past beautiful homes along Grand Lake, Monkey Island, Shangri-La Resort and Har-Ber Village.
4404 W. 20th St., Grove
It is one of the largest antique museums in the U.S. with 112 buildings housing antiques collections. Admission is $7.50 for adults (ages 14-62), $5 for seniors and free for kids 14 and under. Group discounts available.
Ugly John's Bar and Grill
450780 Thunder Bay Road, Afton
Full-service marina with bar and grill. Open-air, laid-back restaurant right on the water. Live music after dark on Saturdays. Ugly's is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays that fall on Monday. Kitchen opens at noon and closes at 9 p.m. Bar is open Fridays until midnight and 2 a.m. on Saturdays, holidays.
The National Rod & Custom Car Hall of Fame Museum
55251 E. Highway 85A, Afton
The 40,000-square-foot facility houses more than 50 custom-built exotic vehicles by world-renowned custom car builder and designer Darryl Starbird, as well as many other famous hot rod and custom car builders.
Disney-Blue State Park and the Pensacola Dam
Two blocks east of Disney on Oklahoma 28, between flood gates.
Disney-Blue State Park sits on 32 acres of Grand Lake frontage with 40 campsites. Bass-fishing is abundant near the park.