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Opened in 1967
Defunct tiki not included,
distances are as the crow flies.
Aug 7, 2006
Postcard from The Suttles' Tiki Point in Grove
date unknown, from the collection of Brad Finch
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Tiki Point is a Moai statue looking out over Courtyard Hollow, a small part of the Grand Lake o' the Cherokees in the northeast corner of Oklahoma. Information on the tiki is sparse, but it may have been created in 1967 by Earl Suttle, who once owned the land the tiki sits on; it has since been split up into smaller residential parcels. The moai is easily seen from the water, but it is unclear if it accessible from the road. It is not actually on Number 6 Lake Road, but probably nearer to one of the side lanes that turn south off the road -- most likely S 604 Lane -- but it may be on private property.