Make your next vacation over the top with a stay in Oklahoma’s treehouse cabins. Nestled in lush woods all over the state, these treetop retreats have put a modern twist on the classic childhood escape. From studio chalets to multi-room cottages, these lodging properties will get your vacation plans off the ground in the best way possible.Learn More
Rock Creek Retreat
For a relaxing and unique getaway in south-central Oklahoma, look no further than Rock Creek Retreat. Located in Dougherty just south of the Lake of the Arbuckles, this retreat offers four treetop cabins perfect for a couple or family. The Flying Penny Treehouse actually has live trees growing through it and the deck also has a fire pole or stairs, while the other three cabins have 14-foot rocket slides off the deck.
The Flying Penny Treehouse sleeps two guests, while the larger Copper Cabana, Lincoln Lodge and Penny Ante cabins can sleep up to six people. Guests will be surrounded by over 100 acres of pristine wilderness perfect for hiking and exploring. Visit the on-site creek where you can see a once public trellis bridge perfect for photo opportunities. Or, reconnect with nature on an inner tube and ride along the quiet stretch of clear water after a spring rain.
Sheets & towels provided. Fire rings/firewood, gas grills and benches at each location.
Check out: 11am
Sunday-Thursday: $100 per night
Friday-Saturday: $125 per night.
The Copper Cabana, The Lincoln Lodge, & The Penny Ante cabins:
Sunday-Thursday: $200 per night.
Friday-Saturday: $225 per night.
All cabins require a two night minimum. The cabins have an additional fee of $10 per person when exceeding four guests. Six guests maximum per cabin, two guests max for The Flying Penny tree house. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.