Description of Glamping Units
This cabin lodging is located near Broken Bow, Oklahoma, and can accommodate two guests. There is one bedroom and one bathroom. The bedroom has a queen-size bed, a nightstand, an overhead fan with lights, and cozy, rustic decor. The woodsy ambiance extends to all of the rooms in the cabin, including the bathroom, which is full of wooden surfaces. Linens and towels are provided.
In the living room, guests will find sofa chairs and a flat-screen television with Direct TV. The fully equipped kitchen comes with an oven, a stove, a microwave, a refrigerator, a dishwasher, a blender, and a coffeemaker, as well as a bar with stools. Other amenities include central heating and air conditioning, a small dining table, and Wi-Fi. Outside, guests will find a screened-in porch, a grill, a fire ring, and a deck overlooking the river. Read More
- Air conditioning
- Dining table
- DVD player
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Queen-size bed
- Tea kettle
- Towels provided
Indoors, guests will enjoy a range of amenities, including central heating and air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and a flat-screen television with Direct TV. Outdoors, they will find a screened-in porch, a grill, a fire ring, and a deck overlooking the river.
- Fire pit
Location + Surroundings
This charming cabin is located near Broken Bow, Oklahoma, right on the bank of Mountain Fork River, which is just a stone's throw away from the cabin's deck. The surrounding area is full of natural attractions and outdoor recreation sites, including Mountain Fork River itself. Among the many points of interest, one of the most prominent is Broken Bow Lake. With 180 miles of undeveloped shoreline, a lake floor composed of rocks instead of mud, and 14,000 acres of water that is clear and unpolluted as a result, the lake is an ideal location for boating, fishing, swimming, and engaging in water sports.
Stretching 22 miles north into Ouachita Mountain Country, the lake is surrounded by the forests of Beavers Bend State Park and Hochatown State Park, which abound with opportunities for land-based outdoor recreation. To the north of the lake, guests will find even more unspoiled nature to enjoy, with 1.8 millions acres of woods to explore at Ouachita National Forest. To the south, they will find many winding creeks and rivers, including Glover River and Mountain Fork River, which provide further opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Although the location is surrounded by wilderness, guests do not need to sacrifice the comforts of civilization to enjoy the great outdoors. In the towns of Broken Bow, Valliant, and Idabel, guests will find a variety of cafes, restaurants, wineries, bars, and shops. The location is about an hour and 45 minutes from Texarkana, Arkansas, two and a half hours from Shreveport, three hours from Dallas, and three and a half hours from Oklahoma City. Read More
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
- Mini golfing
- Water sports
Guests will enjoy an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities in the surrounding area. At Beavers Bend State Park and adjacent Hochatown State Park, they can go hiking on over 20 miles of nature trails and hiking trails, with varying lengths and difficulty levels, as well as biking on three different loops.
They can fish for a variety of bass, crappie, and walleye at Broken Bow Lake and Mountain Fork River. At the river and lake, they can also go swimming, boating, jet skiing, paddle boating, canoeing, and kayaking, with rentals available from a variety of outfitters, including Wild Goose Canoe and Kayak Rentals, Beavers Bend Marina, Ambush Adventures, Beaver Bend Paddle Boats, Tippa Canoe Rentals, and WW Trading Post and Canoe.
Eagle watching trips are offered between November and February and fly fishing clinics are available between November and April. Other options include zip-lining at Rugaru Adventures Ziplining Tour, miniature golfing at Michey Miniature Golf Course, and golfing at Cedar Creek Golf Course.
Along the Glover River, guests can go horseback riding, with a variety of hourly and special ride packages available through Riverman Trail Rides and Stables, which also offers rappelling adventures. Horseback rides can also be be booked through Beavers Bend Depot and Stables, which offers a scenic train ride as well.
At Ouachita National Forest to the north, guests will find 1.8 million acres of wooded wilderness, full of further opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing, hunting, picnicking, rockhounding, swimming, water sporting, and scenic driving via the Talimena National Scenic Byway. For dining, shopping, and enjoying beer and wine, guests can head to the many cafes, restaurants, bars, and wineries in the nearby towns of Broken Bow, Valliant, and Idabel.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Pets and smoking are not permitted.