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OKLAHOMA STATE PARKS

 

Oklahoma, the 46th state to join the United States has average high temperatures in the 80’s summertime and winter highs in the 60’s.

 

Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park & Lodge is located in Broken Bow on Broken Bow Lake and Mountain Fork River in an area known as “the Little Smokies”. The Lakeview Lodge has 40 beautiful rooms in this lovely stone and wood lodge. Every room has a lake view so sit on your balcony and sunbathe while you soak up the scenery. How about a resort cabin in the Beavers Bend Resort Park overlooking the Mountain Fork River? Forty seven cabins with no TV or telephones but A/C, heat and kitchens. In the park just four miles from the Lodge you will find Cedar Creek Golf course so make sure you have your Adams then head off to the links. Hitch up your Nautique or Skeeter and head on over to the boat ramps for the fishing and waterskiing. Paddleboats, bumper boats, kayaks, river float trips and sooo much more will keep you out in the sun.

 

 

 

Western Hills Guest Ranch & Sequoyah State Park is on the eastern side of this state in Hurlbert and sits on 19,900 acre Fort Gibson Lake. The Western Hills Resort has 100 rooms and 54 cottages with meeting rooms, Calico Crossings Restaurant and Black Jack’s Saloon. Yee Haw. Groups can rent a bunkhouse that sleeps 46 along with a dining hall. There is a swimming pool to sunbathe beside or head for the swim beach. The Marina has boat rentals for the fishermen or water skiers. How about an 18-hole golf course with club rentals? Maybe you’re more up for exploring the 2200 acres on horseback or follow the naturalist on an educational tour. There is just so much to do! So grab your Sunbody Cattleman Hat, your Serengeti Vento and check out all this place has to offer!

 

 

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