7 Quirky Stays in Chickasaw Country
Chickasaw Country has many options for various styles of accommodations throughout the region, including hotels, resorts, cabins, bed and breakfasts, RV sites and primitive camping sites. But we also have several unique spots for overnight stays. If you are looking for fun and quirky, then we have an overnight accommodation for you!
We have compiled this list of seven quirky accommodations you can find in Chickasaw Country.
3J Farms OK in Blanchard
Unplug from it all when you stay at 3J Farms in one of their two retrofitted grain bins. The repurposed grain bins offer themed bedrooms, a shared bathroom and the sounds of the farm all around. You may even meet the resident peacock “Dwayne.”
The Bluebird Cottage in Davis
The Bluebird Cottage is a 1930s cottage tucked in the trees in the Arbuckle Mountains. This bright, colorful house is filled with little quirks to excite every member of your party. From the blue exterior and yellow front door to the hand-painted walls in the dining room and bedrooms, you are sure to find joy in each room and space at The Bluebird. The cottage offers tons of photo opps both inside and outside. Make sure to check out the painted fence behind the hot tub and take time to enjoy the backyard fire pit.
River of Love Cabins in Thackerville
The River of Love Cabins each come with charm of its own, but the one we find to have the most personality is the Love Train Caboose! This authentic 1949 Missouri Pacific Caboose has been gutted and renovated to offer a comfortable stay only hiking distance from the Red River. All of the cabins come with a hammock, fire pit and grill. The Caboose also has a private covered hot tub.
Lake Murray Floating Cabins in Ardmore
You don’t have to visit the Caribbean to find a comfortable cabin over clear blue waters. You only need to visit Lake Murray State Park and stay in the floating cabins. The cabins offer living rooms with panoramic views of the lake with verandas over the water. You can even park your boat at your cabin overnight to save the daily loading and unloading of your water ride. The various cabins can sleep up to six, eight or even 18 in the lodge.
Marina Del Rey in Kingston
Find something completely its own at Marina Del Rey where the furnished container cabinets offer a modern alternative to staying at the lake. Just a short walk from the banks of Lake Texoma, the containers have at least one queen bed (some have two) and a daybed that doubles as seating in the living area, the bathrooms feature Carrera marble, and there are slate floors throughout the cabin.
Rock Creek Retreat in Dougherty
Have you ever dreamed of staying in a treehouse? With a slide? Your dreams can come true at Rock Creek Retreat and their Penny Ante Treehouse. There are three cabins located at Rock Creek Retreat, each with their own style and character. We love the Penny Ante for the slide, of course! The cabin is comfortably furnished with a living area, kitchen and bunk beds and has a fire pit and swing out front.
Blue River Bells in Tishomingo
Connect with nature through glamping at Blue River Bells. The property includes four bell tents available for rent. Each tent includes a queen size memory foam mattress and bedding, air conditioner/heater, mini fridge, coffee station, fan, towels, games and a rack of wood for the firepit. Located near Tishomingo, Blue River Bells is perfect for a serene getaway away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
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