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BRAND NEW THE "BEAR" LUXE 1+ Bedroom Cabin Close to Local Attractions!

Brand NEW CONSTRUCTION completed JUNE 2020! HIGH END TINY HOME "Bear" at Wilderness Trails 1+ Bedroom Near Broken Bow Lake! Loaded with Amenities/Luxuries for the perfect Beavers Bend Escape! Fully Stocked with everything you could need! Hot Tub, fire pit, fully stocked kitchen, gas grill, flat screen tvs, and so much more!

$105 per night
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Cardinal Treehouse Big Cedar Wilderness Cabins

This 2020 built treehouse cabin is located in a pine & hardwood forest. It is one of 2 cabins that are approximately 100 yards apart through the forest. The cabin has a king size bed & a queen size sleeper sofa. It has a soaker bathtub as well as a shower and a full kitchen with all cooking essentials, an outdoor grill & fire pit. Firewood is provided. The large deck downstairs has a hot tub, hammock chairs & a swinging bed. The property joins Ouachita National Forest.

$150 per night
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Luxury 1+ Bedroom NEW Construction Tiny Home Cabin close to the Lake!

BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION just added to the Wilderness Trails Tiny Home Cabins! HIGH END TINY HOME "Cardinal" at Wilderness Trails 2+ Bedroom Near Broken Bow Lake! Loaded with Amenities/Luxuries for the perfect Beavers Bend Escape! Fully Stocked with everything you could need! Hot Tub, fire pit, fully stocked kitchen, gas grill, flat screen tvs, and so much more!

$100 per night

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Private cabins in Oklahoma

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Logan's Bluff Cabin at Hochatown
$280 per night
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  2. Grand Lake
Cabin with large deck, amazing views of Grand Lake
$99 per night
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Sam Star-secluded/wifi/hot tub/pool table
$192 per night
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Rocky Comfort
$122 per night
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Newly Updated: Blaine's Bliss Cabin!
$190 per night
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Wildwood Honeymoon Hideway, Hot Tub, WiFi
$189 per night
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Sunrise Vista Cabin
$197 per night
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⭐️🌲Cozy Cabin with Pond View Near Beaver's Bend State Park and Hochatown 🌲⭐️
$155 per night
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Sugar Maple: Sleeps 3-Tiny Cabin, Q BD, Wifi, Pets
$115 per night
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Mount Mystic Cabin-Amazing Mountain top views!
$219 per night
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  2. Madill
Rustic ranch cabin with parking and charm
$66 per night
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HIGH END TINY HOME "Buck" at Wilderness Trails 1+ Bedroom Near Broken Bow Lake!
$150 per night

Cabins with jacuzzis in Oklahoma

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Juniper Hill
$174 per night
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BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION! "The Queen of Heart" 1 Bedroom Luxury Cabin!
$225 per night
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SHEAR PLEASURE-1 night stays! Couples Farmhouse Decor, Sleeps 4, Hot Tub, Fireplaces, WiFi, Direct TV
$187 per night
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Romantic Splash Brand New 1 Bedroom Efficiency Cabin, near Broken Bow Lake
$115 per night
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Perfect Couples Getaway! Modern Chic 1bdrm Sleeps4
$324 per night
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Somewhere With You
$213 per night
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Shady Hill Cabin
$144 per night
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❤️New Listing Special🔥Spring-Fed Creek🔥Hot Tub❤️
$184 per night
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Kiss Me On The Creek
$214 per night
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BRAND NEW! HONEYMOON CABIN
$202 per night
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1+ Bedroom Luxury cabin, Children's Sleeping Loft, Hot Tub, Fireplace and more!
$125 per night
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Heaven's Gate
$222 per night

Cabins with pools in Oklahoma

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Strawberry Creek-Owner Managed, Fantastic Location
$269 per night
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  2. Watts
Tiny House on the beautiful Illinois River
$110 per night
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  2. Afton
Cape Cod Cabin on Monkey Island and pet friendly!
$159 per night
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  2. McAlester
Serenity Acres Sanctuary’s Luxury Lodge
$170 per night
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  2. Fletcher
The “Cabin” w/Pool & Splash Pad
$200 per night
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  2. Davis
Tiny log cottage in woods by creek, mountain view.
$156 per night
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  2. Bartlesville
Bartlesville Cabin w/Pool, Hot Tub & Trampoline!
$125 per night
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TheFrenchPress | Wilderness Escape Among the Pines
$366 per night
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Northern Broken Bow Lake Cabin
$170 per night
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  2. Sulphur
Hilltop Hideaway with a beautiful view and pool!
$235 per night
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  2. Sallisaw
Beautiful cabin less than a mile from I-40.
$169 per night
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  2. Kansas
The Happy Place!! A place for peace of mind!
$139 per night

Your guide to Oklahoma

All About Oklahoma

Home to a stretch of world-famous Route 66, the state of Oklahoma sits in the center of America’s heartland with a vast and varied landscape. Ancient mountain ranges of the Ozarks and the Ouachitas sit to the east, while, in the west, amber waves of grain fade off into the horizon of The Great Plains. Between them, you’ll find the Cross Timbers — a beautiful expanse made up of Bison-dotted prairie and woodland.

But Oklahoma is more than beautiful views — it’s a state rich in history, culture, and industry. Cultural influences from western ranchers, southern settlers, and nearly 70 Native American tribes sit alongside one another here, and music, dance, and theatre thrive in the state’s major cities of Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Bartlesville — check out the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa in its grand Italianate surroundings. A number of professional sports teams also call Oklahoma home, and catching a game is a great way to get into the local spirit — whether you’re topping off the experience with some indulgent barbecue or a taste of Oklahoma City’s wealth of Vietnamese cuisine.


How do I get around Oklahoma?

Oklahoma has more than 150 public-use airports, but Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) in Oklahoma City and Tulsa International Airport (TUL) offer flights from around the United States. International arrivals should expect a connection at a larger airport, such as Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL) in Georgia. A state famous for its highways, Oklahoma’s infrastructure is made up of nearly 12,000 miles of roads, and its intersection of Interstates 35, 40, and 44 is one of the most interconnected meeting points in the United States, making it easy to reach vacation rentals in Oklahoma. You can also combine buses, trains, and intercity rail lines to visit multiple cities in Oklahoma without having to drive, but having your own vehicle is the easiest way to get around and explore more rural areas.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Oklahoma?

Plan a trip to Oklahoma between September and November to make the most of exploring its diverse landscapes in a milder climate. Fall is the best time to check out some of Oklahoma’s natural wonders like Natural Falls State Park, Chickasaw National Recreation Area, and Beavers Bend State Park. Winter in Oklahoma can get extremely cold, so you’ll need to pack cozy layers, but holiday markets and festive parades are the best way to warm up. May to early June is tornado season and is known for bringing hot temperatures to the state, but late spring and summer are when county fairs and cultural festivals take over cities and towns all over Oklahoma, including the three-day Paseo Arts Festival in Oklahoma City, Native American Pow Wows, and Tulsa’s annual Juneteenth celebration.


What are the top things to do in Oklahoma?

Route 66

One of the world’s most famous highways, Route 66 has its longest uninterrupted stretch of road in Oklahoma. There are over 400 miles of this legendary route within the state’s borders, starting in Quapaw in the northeast and going all the way to Texola in the west. Route 66 passes through major cities like Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Miami and small towns where you can find museums, quaint diners, and roadside attractions like the Round Barn in Arcadia or the Blue Whale in Catoosa.

Chickasaw Cultural Center

There are 67 independent Native American tribes that currently reside in Oklahoma, many of which have museums across the state dedicated to celebrating and preserving their heritage. One of the largest is the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, which features exhibits that honor important historic Chickasaw leaders, a Spirit Forest, and an interactive 360-degree spirit dance exhibit.

Oklahoma City

Located in the heart of the state, its capital Oklahoma City combines history at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, culture, a lively sports scene, and leafy green spaces. Take five in Scissortail Park — where you might stumble upon a live performance while strolling or kayaking through the 40-acre space — or make your way to Factory Obscura for some mind-bending interactive art installations.