There are so many reasons to visit southeast Oklahoma: to enjoy the holiday activities, discover a bit of area history, take in some great events, to enjoy the natural beauty of our area, or to find and enjoy fun for the whole family.

ww12If your reason happens to be family fun, we would love to recommend A Walk in the Woods cabin for your lodging needs.

There is nothing like the privacy and freedom of renting your own cabin when you take a vacation, especially when that cabin is fully outfitted with almost everything you need as a home-away-from-home.  Save for food and drinks (although we’ll be happy to do the grocery shopping for you before you arrive) and detergent for the washing machine, we’ve pretty much got you covered. And in the case of A Walk in the Woods cabin, it is covered for up to nine (9) guests!

This 3.5 bedroom, pet-friendly cabin with fenced backyard is ideal for those four-legged friends you can’t bear to leave at home. Three full bedrooms offer a king-sized bed and two queen-sized beds for your comfort.  And that .5 bedroom?  It is ideal for children and/or teens: its bunk-bed and nearby twin bed make for a fun environment for the younger generation. Two full bathrooms assure the comfort of all.

And talking about fun, there is plenty to do both at the cabin and nearby.  Front and back covered porches with a hanging swing, lounge chairs, a generous seating area, and six-person hot tub offer let you start a lazy day, relax at night, or just enjoy the outdoors any time in between. A basketball hoop gives you the chance to enjoy some friendly competition during your stay. Games and flat-screen televisions throughout the house offer rainy-day entertainment. A fire-ring provides the perfect way to end a day with s’mores, warmth, and comfortable discussions.

Nearby is Hochatown State Park and Broken Bow Lake for acres and acres of local outdoor fun.  And feel free to bring the boat or even multiple cars: A Walk in the Woods has plenty of parking for it all!

Although the cabin is very near both downtown Broken Bow and Hochatown State Park just off of Route 259, the cabin is surprisingly secluded. Positioned at the end of a 150-foot driveway, the cabin is nestled in the woods, just as its name implies.  So bring the whole family, or even choose to travel with another family: A Walk in the Woods is a great place to call home during your Oklahoma ramblings!