Lake Cherokee is not just a body of water surrounded by homes. It is a tight-knit community with many opportunities for fellowship, activities, sports, and clubs.
Cherokee Country Golf
Cherokee Golf Club invites you to visit and play a round. It is a challenging 9 hole par 70 course that will help you with your iron play and has a few holes where you can test your long ball skills. There is also a driving range where you may practice at your own pace. On Lake Cherokee, the course affords a great view of the lake and surrounding homes. The course has memberships available. Hosting multiple club tournaments each year and offering great rates for business, school, non-profit or personal group events. Come experience the beauty and ambiance of the course, you will most likely want to come back again and again. We look forward to seeing you. Visit the club's website for more information.
This social club meets for lunch the third Thursday of each month at area restaurants and often features a guest speaker. The group was originally formed as a “ladies” club, but today is a great way to meet your neighbors in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Contact: Roxanne Lane-Brink (480) 208-2966 or Gail Fowler (903) 720- 0199
Dedicated to the sport of fishing, this group can trace its roots back to birth of Lake Cherokee. The lake boasts of a wide variety of fish, and the club maintains fish nurseries to replenish the lake’s stock. The Fishing Club is open to all shareholders, and the club meets on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 pm at the Lake Cherokee Activity Center (NK 20). An annual fishing tournament is held each year.
Contact: Genia Holland (903) 738-2444
Lake Cherokee Photography Club
The Lake Cherokee Photography Club is for all lake residents with an interest in photography. We are a self directed group focusing on sharing of images, improving our images, and sharing technical information. Most members are phone photographers, although we do have members using other types of equipment. We encourage your participation no matter your skill level. We have group projects and occasionally professional guest speakers. We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 P.M. at the Lake Cherokee Water Company office (NK20) downstairs. Come and see what we are all about.
Contact : Holly Treadway (903) 399-0066
Lake Cherokee Preservation Club
Preservation of the lake’s natural beauty is the mission of this group who promotes safe, responsible recreational use. They work to develop innovative ideas and solutions to benefit the lake today and for future generations. Please visit their Facebook page for more information.
Contact: Deanna Kalmus (469) 964-1765
LARCS Ladies Bridge
Good food and good conversation go along with this covered-dish luncheon and bridge game. These ladies put their cards on the table the first Wednesday of each month at 11:00 am. All Lake Cherokee shareholders are invited to play.
Contact Norvella Skarda (505) 331-2852