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Lake Mountain Cabins
Lake Mountain Cabins in Broken Bow are known for making guests feel welcome and at home. The cabins are located minutes away from all of the natural attractions that lure visitors to the Broken Bow and Hochatown areas, such as the clear waters of Broken Bow Lake, the serenity from floating or fishing Mountain Fork River, the majestic views of Beavers Bend State Park, the Ouachita Mountains, and peaceful hikes along one of the many nature trails. When it comes to a place to relax and lay your head, you will find it at one of Lake Mountain's privately owned craftsman cabins.
Located around the Beavers Bend/Mt Fork River area, all Lake Mountain cabins feature gorgeous views and access to the rich forests of the area. Cabins can sleep from two to twelve people with some cabins featuring access to river docks. Most cabins have spacious decks with grills and hot tubs. All have spacious living areas and well-appointed kitchens. Fresh linens, towels and other necessities are provided. Whether you're part of a large group or just the family, Lake Mountain Cabins has a wonderful cabin retreat spot for you.
Cabins: Lakeview (sleeps 10); North Star Lodge (sleeps 14); Cross Timbers (sleeps 8); East Haven (sleeps 6); Honey Hole Cabin (sleeps 11); Timberland (sleeps 8); Abe's Place (sleeps 6); Lazy D Retreat (sleeps 8); Whispering Wind (sleeps 2); Whispering Wheels (sleeps 2); Whispering Choctaw (sleeps 6); Whispering Canes (sleeps 4); Broken Bow Cabin (sleeps 8); Thunderbird Lodge (sleeps 10); The Captain's Quarters (sleeps 10); The Burgundy Cabin (sleeps 4); The Fisherman's Cabin (sleeps 2); River Otter Grande (sleeps 6); Pine Cone (sleeps 4); River Walk (sleeps 8); River Ridge (sleeps 6); Crystal Mountain (sleeps 9).