Located on the southern shores of Grand Lake O' the Cherokees, it is a magnificent secluded waterfront resort. A visit to Dream Catcher Point offers a stunning setting that you will always remember, with over 20,000 flowers in bloom from April to November, Dream Catcher Point Resort is rich and alive in a sea of color. As you walk the gentle slope of the grounds beneath the splendor of majestic trees, you will be surrounded by the soothing and relaxing sounds of 9 cascading water features, Highlighted by two 100 foot waterfalls that leads you to a magnificent panoramic view of the lake maybe just in time to see Grand Lake's spectacular orange and red sunsets!
Dream Catcher Point Resort is the perfect location for family getaways, retreats, weddings, Receptions and family reunions; Dream Catcher Point is known as a family oriented resort!
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Off Season Room Rates, November thru April:
Sunday-Wednesday~$100 Per Night*
*2 Night Stay Minimum
Thursday-Saturday~$125 Per Night**
**3 Night Stay Minimum
Prices do not include tax
Pricing subject to change based on reservation length and season.
Check out time 12pm
Check in time 2pm
No smoking in buildings and no pets allowed. If these rules are broken, all deposits will be forfeited and responsible parties could be asked to leave.
All deposits are non refundable (except for the damage deposit). After a deposit is made, if there is a cancellation, the deposit will become a credit that can be used for a future booking.
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Would you like to really hit one out of the park? After you stay at Dream Catcher Point Resort, you will be given a complimentary autographed photo from the former Major League Baseball player, Gary Melvin Kroll. Gary was a pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1964, the New York Mets from 1964 to 1965, the Houston Astros in 1966, and the Cleveland Indians in 1969. Standing 6-foot, 6-inches tall, the right-hander earned the title 'Fire-Balling Giant' after striking out 309 batters in a single season and pitching two no-hitters in the minors. In 1965, Gary pitched the first no-hitter game in New York Mets' history; the Mets were up against the Pittsburgh Pirates and Gary took his spot in the history books by pitching the first six innings of the game and Gordon Richardson followed by pitching the last three.
Because of the serenity and beauty of the location, it offers the maximum in relaxation and solitude with all the amenities of town within a few miles.
It's the Best of both worlds, with solitude and relaxation at the resort and great amenities in the surronding towns. DreamCatcher Point also has one of the most spectacular landscapes anywhere in the U.S.