The Lazy Buffalo
The Lazy Buffalo
Nestled among the foothills of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, The Lazy Buffalo in Cache offers five vacation rental cabins and a separate venue space with bunkhouse. Each cabin is individually themed to capture the essence of the Wichita Mountains and the rich history of the owners' hometown of Cache.
Built in the summer of 2019, these Western-style cabins include walk-in showers, climate control and luxurious linens to keep you comfortable. Barn wood, knotty pine, corrugated tin and tin ceilings add a rustic theme to each cabin. A mini-fridge, microwave and coffee station are convenient amenities for guests. Three cabins sleep four guests with two queen-sized beds, while the other two cabins including the handicap-accessible cabin sleep two and feature king-sized beds.
The 2400 sq ft venue features a large gathering area, two bedrooms that sleep up to eight guests, two and a half bathrooms, and a full kitchen and serving area. Ideal for group retreats and special events, the spacious kitchen is equipped with an oven and stovetop, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and plenty of cooking essentials. Each bedroom in the venue provides four twin-sized beds with luxurious linens, climate control and a private bathroom with a walk-in shower.
Cozy up for the night and enjoy complimentary Netflix and WiFi or unplug and watch an awesome sunset from the wooden rockers on the covered front porch. Gather the family around the picnic tables to enjoy a special meal together as you take in the beauty of the nearby Wichita Mountains. Yummy marshmallow goodness around the fire pit is a great way to cap off the evening or relax under the stars in the back of our vintage star gazing truck, located just a short walk from the cabin. Both kids and adults will love tossing horseshoes and playing old fashion board games. Don't forget to snap some forever memories at our themed photo ops.
Located just three miles from the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge entrance, The Lazy Buffalo captures that rural feel. A paved bike lane joins the property and runs throughout the Wildlife Refuge. At less than a mile from the original Quanah Parker’s Star House and minutes from Lawton Fort Sill and historic Medicine Park, there's plenty to see and do nearby.