Top 10 Resorts in Oklahoma

Top 10 Resorts in Oklahoma
Oklahoma offers adventure travelers an endless array of exciting hiking and mountain biking trails, prolific fishing rivers, horseback riding and more. After a long day of exercise, come back to a quiet, peaceful, private accommodation. Many of Oklahoma's resort offerings provide travelers much more than just a room. Many offer sporting equipment, entertainment options and beautiful scenery.

Southern Oaks Resort

The Cub Cabin provides cozy accommodations for two, and up to eight people stay comfortably in the Deluxe Family Cabin. On-site massage, full basketball court, sand volleyball court and hiking trails keep guests active and happy.

Southern Oaks Resort
Highway 82
Langley, OK 7430
(918) 782-9346
southernoaksresort.com/#ralmember

The Resort at Grand Lake

Your room at the resort includes access to the swimming pool, arcade, fitness room and outdoor spa. Nearby are the Cherokee Queen riverboats, Grand Lake Casino and bass fishing.

The Resort at Grand Lake
57020 East Highway 125
Afton, OK 74331
(800) 731-4820
extraholidays.com/eh/resorts/Resort_at_Grand_Lake/index.go

The Turning Leaf Inn

Stay at the lodge and take advantage of access to canoes to float down Mountain Fork, ride horses, fish for trout or rent a party barge. The lodge is on the David Boren Trail, which offers 16 miles of hiking trails.

The Turning Leaf Inn
HC 75, Box 21
Broken Bow, OK 74728
(560) 494-6116
turningleafinn.com

Paradise Cove Marine Resort

Waterfront condos provide up to four bedrooms plus a dock for your boat. Balconies, Jacuzzis, fireplaces, a swimming pool, and high-speed Internet access are all included.

Paradise Cove Marine Resort
30736 S. 4539 Road
Afton, OK 74331
(918) 782-3767
www.paradisecoveresort.com

Broken Bow Lake Cabins

The cabins rest on the Broken Bow Lake in Beavers Bend State Park. Challenging hiking trails, fly fishing, kayaking and canoeing plus watercraft rentals are all activities that cabin residents may participate in.

Broken Bow Lake Cabins
301 Starlight St.
Idabel, OK 74728
(580) 286-4471
brokenbowlakecabins.com

A to Z Guest Ranch

Get back to nature with the A to Z Guest Ranch in the Kiamichi Mountains. Ride horses (both guided and solo rides), take out the ranch's ATVs for a spin and enjoy rustic, peaceful comfort in your private cabin.

A to Z Guest Ranch
64599 Ashby Road
Smithville, OK 74957-9654
(866) 402-5197
atozguestranch.com/default.asp#ralmember

MarVal Family Camping Resort

Outdoors lovers will be thrilled at the MarVal Fishing and Camping Resort in the foothills of the Oklahoma Ozarks. Fish for walleye, rainbow trout, bass and catfish. The resort offers mini golf, swimming, outdoor movies, volleyball, basketball and more. It spans over 105 acres with 13 tent sites, 115 RV sites and more than 55 lodgings.

MarVal Family Camping Resort
Route 3 Box 60
Gore, OK 74435
(800) 340-4280
marvalresort.com

The Cabins at Grand Lake

Golfers will enjoy mixing the quiet peace of The Cabins with the nearby excitement of the Peninsula Golf Club. Stay in a two-bedroom cabin; pets allowed.

The Cabins at Grand Lake
9523 S. 88th Place
Tulsa, OK 74133
(918) 706-4141
cabinsatgrandlake.com

Rivers Edge Cottages

The cabins are walking distance to the Mountain Fork River. Get more luxury in your stay with the Bose stereo system, private balconies, private Jacuzzi, fireplace and more at these cottages. Some cottages include foosball tables and sleeper decks.

Rivers Edge Cottages
P.O. Box 55
Watson, OK 74963
(580) 244-7296
riversedgecottages.com

Peckerwood Knob Cabins

Hike the Kiamichi Mountains directly from your cabin. Fireplaces, grills and nearby mountain biking all make the Peckerwood Knob Cabins a perfect rustic retreat.

Peckerwood Knob Cabins
63347 Hawk Lane
Smithville, OK 74957
(580) 494-7333
peckerwoodknob.com

Article Written By Filonia LeChat

Fionia LeChat is a technical writer whose major skill sets include the MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher), Photoshop, Paint, desktop publishing, design and graphics. LeChat has a Master of Science in technical writing, a Master of Arts in public relations and communications and a Bachelor of Arts in writing/English.

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