Cozy Up To Our Top State Park Cabins
Discover some of the best state park cabins in Oklahoma and enjoy rustic comfort nestled within breathtaking outdoor locales. From romantic getaways to family-friendly retreats, these top state park cabin picks are sure to please.
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The diverse state parks of Oklahoma are not only hot spots for outdoor recreation and scenic beauty, but they are also known for their cozy cabins. Book a stay at one of these top Oklahoma state park cabins and relax in picturesque surroundings where the area’s best outdoor activities are right outside your door.
Whether you want to rest your head among towering timbers or enjoy a peaceful view of lakes and rivers, these state park cabins are sure to be at the top of your list. From quaint cabins on panoramic hilltops to beautifully appointed cottages complete with Jacuzzi tubs, point your compass to any of these state park cabins and consider yourself a vacation planning hero.
Beavers Bend State Park – Broken Bow
Tucked away in the woodland paradise known as Beavers Bend State Park in southeast Oklahoma, travelers will find over 45 cabins that accommodate 2-6 guests. Rent one of the park’s famed riverside cabins and wake up to discover the delicate morning mist curling off the serene Mountain Fork River while enjoying your morning coffee on a private, wooden deck. Enjoy spectacular views from secluded porches while maintaining the comforts of home with in-cabin stoves, refrigerators and linens. Most cabins at Beavers Bend State Park also feature fireplaces perfect for romantic evenings or toasty family game nights on a winter's evening.
With log exteriors and native rock bases, the Beavers Bend State Park cabins are ideal for the traditional cabin experience. Venture from your front step and take joy in the astonishing variety of outdoor activities available to you within the park. Canoe down the Mountain Fork River surrounded by forests of pine and hardwood, or take to the trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Bring your fishing gear for trout streams that are stocked year-round, or pack your golf clubs for a round of golf on pine-rimmed fairways at the on-site 18-hole Cedar Creek Golf Course.
Greenleaf State Park – Braggs
Notorious for their beautiful native stone construction that expertly blends into the surrounding hillside, the cabins at Greenleaf State Park near Braggs were constructed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in the 1930s. While updated with modern amenities such as satellite television, modern bathrooms and heat and air, the cabins retain their 1930s exteriors and sensibilities with pine ceilings and cozy fireplaces.
Relax and hibernate in a Greenleaf State Park cabin, or step away from the secluded relaxation of cabin life for park activities that include swimming, wildlife viewing, hiking, fishing and boating on the waters of Greenleaf Lake. For a unique getaway, check out Cabin 15, also known as the “Cabin on the Lake.” This stunning cabin was constructed for the physically challenged and is totally accessible with a ramp to a private fishing dock and indoor amenities for the disabled. While anyone can book this lakeside cabin, preference is given to the physically handicapped. Whether staying in Cabin 15 or any of the other peaceful cabins available at Greenleaf, all visitors will enjoy the park’s abundant wildlife, amazing sunsets and family friendly reputation.
Robbers Cave State Park – Wilburton
For peace and quiet coupled with breathtaking views of the San Bois Mountain Range in southeast Oklahoma, book an historic cabin at Robbers Cave State Park in Wilburton. Spend the day rappelling down the park's cliffs or swimming in the cool waters of Lake Carlton, and then return to your cabin, complete with wood-burning fireplaces, quaint kitchens and lodge décor, for a dose of rest and relaxation. Return to simpler days when the CCC camped in the park while working on cabin construction in the 1930s with time-honored park activities that include horseback riding, trout fishing and canoe rentals.
Check out Cabin #1, also known as the honeymoon cabin, for secluded bliss paired with wraparound views of the forested valley below.
For an extra special cabin retreat at Robbers Cave State Park, check out Cabin #1, also known as the honeymoon cabin, for secluded bliss paired with wraparound views of the forested valley below. Curl up with your special someone to the glow of your own private fireplace, or step outside on your native rock porch to turn your gaze upward to a night sky filled with dazzling stars. During your stay, don’t forget to hike to the former cave hideout of outlaws Jesse James and Belle Starr, horseback ride along miles of equestrian trails or catch the spectacular fall foliage when the park’s hardwoods begin their yearly color change to crimson and gold.
Keystone State Park – Sand Springs
Just west of Tulsa lies a delightful oasis known as Keystone State Park. Situated along the shoreline of northeast Oklahoma’s Keystone Lake near Sand Springs, this state park offers travelers a variety of cabin options to choose from. All 22 cabins located at Keystone State Park feature gorgeous views of the surrounding landscape plus the convenience of refrigerators, satellite television and microwaves. Spend the day cruising the lake, hiking lakeside trails or flying through the on-site ATV area, and then return to one of Keystone’s fully furnished cabins complete with full kitchens, bathrooms and layouts that range from one to multiple bedrooms. Book the Hilltop or Paradise cottages for a couple's escape and revel in the romantic atmosphere provided by Jacuzzi tubs and roaring fireplaces.
Hugo Lake State Park – Hugo
A nature lover’s dream come true, Hugo Lake State Park offers 110 miles of shoreline around Hugo Lake, an abundance of native wildlife and a selection of both primitive and resort cabins perfect for getting back to nature or enjoying plush accommodations amidst the charming scenery. Book one of 16 resort cabins for spacious living areas, two bedrooms, full kitchens with service for eight, and expansive, waterfront decks. For an authentic camp experience, try a primitive cabin and enjoy screened-in back porches, heating and air, and scenic surroundings populated with plenty of squirrels, deer and birds. Fish or swim the day away, rent a pontoon boat and explore hidden coves and then return to one of the park’s popular cabins for a restful night’s sleep.
Osage Hills State Park – Pawhuska
Find serenity within wooded cross timbers of Oklahoma during a cabin stay at Osage Hills State Park in Pawhuska and be rewarded with dense forests, sweeping vistas and calm waters. Kick back and let time slowly drift by in one of eight peaceful Osage Hills State Park cabins. These historic structures, which were built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), feature distinctive stonework, native rock porches, kitchen facilities and homey fireplaces. Bring your mountain bike or hiking boots to explore the rocky and hilly terrain within the park, rent a fishing boat for a relaxing afternoon on Lookout Lake, or wait for a resident white-tail deer or wild turkey to stop by your cabin on its way home.
Great Salt Plains State Park – Jet
Travel to northern Oklahoma’s Great Salt Plains State Park near Jet for Western-inspired cabins with woodsy, rustic decor and authentic hickory exteriors. Each cabin comes complete with its own bed, refrigerator and stove, making it the perfect destination for a multi-night stay amidst the Great Salt Plains, where visitors can dig for rare selenite crystals from April through October. This birding paradise offers over 300 species of protected birds and all cabins feature natural and eco-friendly furnishings, as well as Energy-star appliances. Wake up early for stunning views of the sun rising over the salt flats, take a dip in Great Salt Plains Lake, or spend the day fishing for sand bass and hybrid striper.
More Information About State Park Cabins
Browse all state parks with cabins for more great cabin getaway ideas located across Oklahoma. Some of the state parks with cabins have online reservations available. Use our online state park booking page to reserve a cabin stay at Beavers Bend State Park, Greenleaf State Park, Keystone State Park, Lake Murray State Park, Robbers Cave State Park, Roman Nose State Park, Sequoyah State Park or Tenkiller State Park. For reservations at other state parks, please contact the individual park by phone.