Cherry Point is a peninsula on the north shore of Oak Lake named for the chokecherries that can still be found on the wooded shoreline. Today it is a quiet green space alongside a cottage development. Some interpretive signs, a few benches, and a small parking lot welcome the visitor. Little in the landscape remains to remind a visitor of the significance of the site.
Plenty of interpretive signs and a short hiking trail.
49*04’ 04.45” N
100* 44’ 09.18” W