Lone Star Cabin – 2 Bedroom, Accommodates up to 6 Guests, Wi-Fi, Hot Tub, No Pets (A Dander Free Cabin)
- Located off Lucian Sorrel Rd.
- Accommodates up to 6 guests
- No Pets (A Dander Free Cabin)
- Hot tub outdoors (Hot tubs are cleaned and sanitized after each guest visit)
- Two bedrooms
- 1 bedroom has a king bed
- 1 bedroom has queen bed
- Flat screen TV
- Sleeper sofa
- DirecTV with DVD player (PPV not available)
- Two full bathrooms
- Washer and dryer
- Linens and towels provided
- Fully equipped kitchen, dishwasher, range, oven, blender, toaster, microwave
- Electric drip coffee maker
- Central heat and air
- Covered and open deck with outdoor seating
- Outdoor smoking only
- One level cabin with hardwood floors
- Wood burning inside fireplace
- Gas Grill (propane provided)
- Outside fire pit
- Boat parking space available
2 Bedroom – Accommodates Up To 6 Guests- No Pets, Wi-Fi, Hot Tub, No Pets (A Dander Free Cabin)
The Lone Star Lodge is located off Lucien Sorrels Road and provides access within one tenth of a mile to the National Forest Land. After a long day of riding the trails, you can relax in the hot tub located on the privacy deck behind the cabin. The cabin is secluded but convenient to all the attractions around Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park.
The Lone Star Lodge has one king bedroom, one queen bedroom and two full baths. There is a sofa sleeper in the living area for extra guests. The kitchen is equipped with everything you’ll need to prepare a full course meal for your family and friends. After dinner just load up the dishwasher and sit back and relax in front of the wood burning fireplace. The cabin is complete with washer/dryer and central air and heat. The perfect way to go camping!
From the Lone Star Lodge owner:
Thank you for visiting Lone Star Lodge. We tried to bring a little of the Lone Star State to this wonderful corner of Oklahoma. The cabin was built in 1999. We have enjoyed it over the past 13 years. Most of the items you see belonged to Allen’s grandparents. He is originally from the Oklahoma panhandle area. The saddles belonged to his grandfathers on each side of the family. He spent several hours cleaning and conditioning to get them to the point they are today. The wood for the frame around the Texas flag came from an old barn off Allen’s great grandfather’s farm. The other items around are bits and pieces of the past.
We are very proud of Lone Star Lodge and hope it meets your expectations.
Allen and Tyna