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The Suttles' Tiki Point

Grove, OK
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Lake Road #6
Grove, OK
Opened in 1967

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The Suttles' Tiki Point

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Decor 5
Tikiness 5
Tilt 10
Vibe 3

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Humuhumu’s description

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 is 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 roadómost likely S 604 Laneóbut it may be on private property.

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Cheap bastard
Cheap bastard has visited The Suttles' Tiki Point.
October 19, 2018, 2:11 PM
First of all, it is easier to view this statue from the water. It is on private property for a summer rental house. There are some year round residents that live a few doors down and they are nice. Iím not the first person who braved the one lane road to get there. It really is a big, concrete Moai statue. I posted pics of the inscription by the staircase. If you are in Grove I would highly recommend The Lazy Parrot Grill and Steakhouse. Tropical decor, tiki torches, and a live parrot. I feel like I found a lost idol...this was by far the hardest critiki destination for me since I began the quest to visit them all. 🗿🗿🗿🗿🗿

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