Accommodation October 09, 2016
These 10 Cozy Cabins Are Everything You Need For The Ultimate Fall Getaway In Oklahoma
The moment the leaves begin to fall in autumn, the idea of a relaxing getaway in a cozy cabin sounds so inviting. If you’re ready for a weekend away, I found 10 affordable cabins that are everything you need for the ultimate fall getaway in Oklahoma. Take a look at these family-friendly and romantic cabins to see which ones you’ll want to book.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Beavers Bend State Park, Broken Bow
Spend a relaxing weekend in one of the state's beautiful state parks in southeastern Oklahoma. Beavers Bend State Park has 45 cabins that can sleep between two and six guests. The cabins have all the amenities to make your stay enjoyable and some even have private decks.
2. Clayton Lake State Park, Clayton
Clayton Lake State Park has several two bedroom cabins that can be rented overnight. This beautiful park is located in southeastern Oklahoma's Kiamichi Mountains.
3. Greenleaf State Park, Braggs
The peaceful cabins at Greenleaf State Park were built in the 1930s but have been restored inside while still keeping their charming outside character. The park offers cabin #15 as a handicap accessible cabin overlooking Greenleaf Lake.
4. Osage Hills State Park, Pawhuska
Choose from one of eight cabins at Osage Hills State Park in northeastern Oklahoma. These historic cabins were also built in the 1930s and feature cozy accommodations.
5. Robbers Cave State Park, Wilburton
Located in the beautiful San Bois Mountains, Robbers Cave State Park has several quaint cabins for visitors to rent overnight. If you're looking for a romantic cabin, request cabin #1 - known as the secluded honeymoon cabin.
6. Keystone State Park, Sand Springs
Keystone State Park offers 22 cozy cabins complete with full amenities including satellite television and fireplaces. Cabin sizes vary from one bedrooms to multiple bedrooms and some are even pet friendly.
7. Hugo Lake State Park, Hugo
You can choose from resort lakefront cabins to primitive rustic cabins while enjoying a stay at Hugo Lake State Park. One thing is for sure, no matter which style you choose, your stay will be comfortable and surrounded by beautiful scenery.
8. Great Salt Plains State Park, Jet
The cabins at Great Salt Plains State Park are rustic and very comfortable with a bed, refrigerator and stove. All cabins are eco-friendly and have Energy-star appliances.
9. Boiling Springs State Park, Woodward
This 820-acre park has four cabins to rent for your convenience while visiting Boiling Springs State Park. All cabins have one bedroom with a queen size sofa sleeper in the living room. Pets are allowed in all cabins.
10. Sequoyah State Park, Hulbert
The overnight facilities at Sequoyah State Park include a lodge with 104 rooms, 44 cabins/cottages, a large bunkhouse and campground. The park is located on the shores of Fort Gibson Lake and offer many outdoor activities.
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