• Length: 5 Miles
• Surface Area: 139 Acres
• Volume: 2,780 Acre Feet
• Drainage Area: 5 Square Miles
This small man-made lake in the Ozarks Region of Arkansas is one of seven lakes created in the small town of Cherokee Village. Located in the scenic Ozark foothills just west of Hardy, the community is about 140 miles from both Little Rock and Memphis and about as close to nature as one can get. Positioned on the South Fork River, Lake Omaha was created in 1969 by damming small Hubble Creek. Originally intended as a retirement community, Cherokee Village now has just as many younger people living there as senior citizens.