Glover Bluff on Glover River
Bedrooms: 2 + Loft
Bed: 4 Queens / 2 Pullouts
Fire Pit: Yes (firewood is provided)
Hot Tub: Yes
Washer & Dryer: Yes
Dual Grill (Charcoal/Propane), WiFi: Yes – Limited (not good for streaming), Wood Stove, DVD, Large yard for boats & trailers
Sleeps 12 – This 1900 sq. ft., river front, two story luxury cabin with industrial style decor sits on the bluff overlooking the free-flowing Glover River. The open floor plan cabin sleeps 12 in 2 bedrooms and 1 loft which provide a total of 4 queen beds and two sleeper sofas. Both levels have private baths. The cabin is fully equipped with a kitchen, a dishwasher, washer and dryer, and central heat and air, propane fireplace, satellite TV, hot tub on the large beautiful deck with rock columns overlooking the Glover River. A large charcoal grill is placed near the deck with multiple seating for large groups. It also provides DVD player, limited WiFi, and fire pit with firewood included. It has a large yard for boats/trailers with access directly to the Glover river.
Cabins in Broken Bow currently have over 75 cabins and add about 1-4 cabins per month. Whether you are seeking a romantic weekend for two and moonlit soak in the hot tub, or just a cabin to relax and do nothing in, we have many unique choices for you.
Hochatown has a small-town feel and with the increase in activities and locally owned businesses, has created quite the destination for tourists from all over the country. There is no shortage of dining choices for casual experiences or getting dressed up (Abendigos) and taking on the town. This area of Oklahoma is a major draw for live music fans as you are sure to find a local or out of town band or performance artist at many of the restaurants and at the famous Grateful Head or Hochatown Saloon. Whether you are in the mood for awesome homemade fried chicken, award-winning pizza, a delicious burger with blues music or the best calamari you have ever put in your mouth; you can find it all in good ‘ole Hochatown. Hochatown also boasts one of the few zip lines in the state as well as water activities and some of the best hiking in the four states area.
Broken Bow is located southeastern Oklahoma. It’s home to Beavers Bend State Park, we have (mountain) lions, no tigers and many bears, bald eagles...and of course, Carl the Big Foot. Broken Bow Lake is one of the cleanest lakes in the state and has islands, beaches, boat access and fish such as largemouth bass.