Oklahoma October 29, 2016
9 Amazing Places To Stay Overnight In Oklahoma Without Breaking The Bank
Who’s ready for a little getaway in Oklahoma that won’t cost you a fortune? From cabins and tepees to treehouses and B&B’s, these 9 amazing places in Oklahoma are all the perfect place to stay overnight without breaking the bank. Check them out and tell us which one is your favorite.
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1. Blue Doors at Tenkiller, Gore
Known as a zen home away from home, these adorable cabins are the perfect getaway for those looking to reconnect with nature. The cabins are located just a few minutes from Lake Tenkiller and the Illinois River. Prices for cabin rentals are $105 night with a 2-night minimum stay.
2. Lindley House Garden Cottages, Duncan
This historic home is now an exclusive Bed & Breakfast in a garden-like setting in the quiet town of Duncan. This romantic and relaxing getaway starts at $139 night and includes a gourmet breakfast.
3. Roman Nose State Park, Watonga
For a rustic getaway, head to Roman Nose State Park and rent an authentic tepee for only $25 night. It's a great alternative to having to set up your own tent and the kids will love it!
4. Lake Murray Floating Cabins, Ardmore
Lake Murray Floating Cabins are as close to lakeside as you can get...you're actually sleeping on floating cabins on Lake Murray. How would you like to wake up and be able to cast your line right off the deck? The smallest cabins - The Pods - sleeps 4 and starts at $150 night.
5. Ra's Eufaula Treehouse, Eufaula
This modern treehouse is the perfect place to go if you're looking for a unique place to spend the night. There is a bathroom, mini-fridge and microwave, along with a queen size Murphy bed on the main floor and a full size mattress on the loft floor. The average nightly rental is $130 depending on the dates booked.
6. Sequoyah State Park & Lodge, Hulbert
The largest state park in Oklahoma has a newly remodeled lodge with rooms and suites, cottages, a bunkhouse, a restaurant, meeting rooms and swimming pool. Nightly rates vary. Check out the current special: Stay 3 nights, get the 4th night for free thru May 31, 2017.
7. Tatanka Ranch, Stroud
Tatanka Ranch is all about getting you outside to enjoy nature. It's located on 1,000 acres on the beautiful plains of central Oklahoma. The cozy western style ranch will make you feel right at home. Nightly rates for cabins start as low as $135 night.
8. Robbers Cave State Park Cabins or Belle Star Lodge, Wilburton
Located in southeast Oklahoma in the San Bois Mountains, Robbers Cave State Park offers cabin rentals or rooms in their Belle Star Lodge. With lakes nearby and almost every outdoor activity available, this is a great, quiet place to get away. All 20 rooms in Belle Star Lodge offer a view of Coon Creek Lake. Cabin rentals start at $78 night for a one bedroom and go up in price for larger sizes. The current Oklahoma State Park special also applies at Robbers Cave State Park: Stay 3 nights, get the 4th night for free thru May 25, 2017.
9. Quartz Mountain Resort, Lone Mountain
Quartz Mountain Resort is nestled in the rustic scenery of southwestern Oklahoma. It is located on the shores of Lake Altus-Lugert and is surrounded by breathtaking beauty and a myriad of outdoor activities. Rates start as low as $95 night for select dates.
Which one are you ready to book? Who’s going to book the tepee?
For more great places to stay in Oklahoma, check out these
12 Unique Places To Stay In Oklahoma.