6 Off-The-Grid Destinations In Oklahoma That Will Take You A Million Miles Away From It All
Looking for a vacation getaway that provides extreme seclusion, but don’t want to travel very far? Look no further than these secluded cabins that are tucked away in the gorgeous mountains, forests and hills of Oklahoma. From the extreme western tip to the southeast corner of the state, these six off-the-grid destinations in Oklahoma will take you a million miles away from it all.
1. Kiamichi Mountain Villa - 63612 Hawk Lane,
The Kiamichi Mountain Villa provides the peace and serenity you're looking for in a secluded vacation. It is a 4 bedroom cabin that offers all the amenities you'll need for a relaxing time away, yet you will still have internet, satellite tv and phone service. It is located just 30 minutes from Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park and sits on 10.5 acres of private land with stunning views of the Kiamichi Mountains. The nightly rate is $300 per night, and every 3rd night is FREE.
2. Hoot Owl Guest Ranch - Oklahoma 325,
For a country setting, head to western Oklahoma and enjoy a stay at the Hoot Owl Guest Ranch. There is a cabin or a rock house to rent, and both are located on a working cattle ranch. This is the place to go if you want to escape cell phones, tv, internet and computers. Step back in time and enjoy the rustic beauty of western Oklahoma. Cabins rent for $125/night or the Rock House rents for $225/night, both include breakfast.
3. The Cliffhouse - Broken Bow Lake, Broken Bow
The Cliffhouse is your own private mountain top cabin overlooking Broken Bow Lake. The cabin is completely off the grid, generating its own power and water. A high clearance vehicle is recommended when driving to the cabin, as you will have to navigate difficult roads. The remote location of this cabin makes it one of the top places to go in southeastern Oklahoma to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. The rate for The Cliffhouse averages around $230/night.
4. Coyote Moon at Hidden Hills Hideaways - 22942 North County Road 3068, Foster
Another fabulous place to go to get off-the-grid is at the Coyote Moon Casita at Hidden Hills Hideaways in central Oklahoma. Coyote Moon is one of two casitas on the property and is only accessible by higher clearance vehicles. The casista boasts a Santa Fe-style and is powered by solar panels and is environmentally friendly. There is a beautiful porch to enjoy the views of the surrounding Tabletop Mountains. The cabin rents for $99 night, Monday - Friday and $129 night on Saturday and Sunday (breakfast included).
5. Mesa Valley Guesthouse - EW5 NS3, Kenton
Located near Black Mesa - the highest point in the state - is the Mesa Valley Guesthouse, a country getaway in the heart of Dry Cimarron River Valley. The two-story rock house is secluded, quiet and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The house is located off the pavement and is a self-catering rental. Make sure you have enough gas and groceries because there's not a grocery store or gas station around for 40 miles. Don't worry, you won't be completely off the grid...the house does have a phone, internet and Dish T.V.
6. Roadrunner Hideaway at Shiloh Inn - 2179 Ponderosa Road, Ardmore
Roadrunner Hidaway is a secluded cottage on at Shiloh Inn...actually so secluded it comes with its own golf cart. The cottage is tucked back in the trees and is surrounded by 73 acres of peaceful land. This retreat is the perfect place to go if you're looking for luxury, seclusion and full-amenities. You can stay secluded at the cottage or venture out to Lake Murray State Park or Chickasaw National Recreation Area. The average nightly rate is around $300 and includes breakfast.
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