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Hochatown cabins

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“Bjorn” New LUXE A Frame 1 Bedroom, The Alps Hochatown

"Bjorn (Bear)" A-Frame 1 bedroom LUXURY cabin located in "The Alps of Hochatown", of the Lost Creek development. "Bjorn (Bear)" Offers 1 King bed, making this adorable cabin the PERFECT escape to Broken Bow Lake for 2 guest!

$100 per night
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S'mores + Snores - Stunning 1 Bedroom Farmhouse

Welcome to S'mores + Snores, a brand-new luxury farmhouse cabin situated in a perfect location. This cabin has a large wrap-around deck and outdoor hot tub! Inside you are able to cozy up next to the gas fireplace while watching your favorite shows on the large HDTV. Prepare meals in this gorgeous custom kitchen outfitted with everything you could need. The bathroom is built like a 5 star spa, with a large soaker tub and walk in shower. Come relax in our little slice of paradise!

$225 per night
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Luxury 1 Bedroom Cabin The Tipsy Squirrel - Hot Tub, 1 Min to Lake.

The Tipsy Squirrel is a cozy cabin located in the heart of Hochatown. It is .3 miles walking distance behind the popular Hochatown Saloon. This Cabin is newly renovated with good insulation to block the outside noise and it is new to the rental market.

$123 per night

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Cabin w/ Fire Pit, 4 Mi. to Broken Bow Lake!
$220 per night
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Breathe Inn-Luxury One Bedroom Cabin
$244 per night
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NEW! Chic Woodlands Escape w/ Hot Tub & Fire Pit!
$200 per night
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1+ Bedroom Luxury cabin, Children's Sleeping Loft, Hot Tub, Fireplace and more!
$150 per night
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CEDAR RIDGE 2 Bedroom Cozy cabin Mins from Broken Bow Lake!
$125 per night
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Modern Memories HIGH LUXE 1+ Bedroom Cabin Near Broken Bow lake
$173 per night
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Lemons Lodge in Hochatown Oklahoma
$150 per night
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Five Feathers
$147 per night
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Woodland Tiny Home w/ Fire Pit - 4 Miles to Lake!
$182 per night
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Brand New Modern Farmhouse style Cabin!
$264 per night
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Oak Hollow
$129 per night
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TRY IT OUT
$193 per night

Hochatown house rentals

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Large Luxury 2BR Cabin w/ Hot Tub, "Double Trouble" was designed for fun, comfort, and memories - minutes from buzzling Hochatown and beautiful Beaver Bend State Park
$181 per night
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**Brand New** To The Moon And Back
$238 per night
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Stunning Luxury Cabin w/ Hot Tub and Fire Pit, "Holy Shiplap" is Perfect Romantic Couples Getaway
$170 per night
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THE BELVEDERE- a *MAINE INSPIRED* Luxury Cabin in
$188 per night
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NEW! Stunning Couples Escape: Chic Farmhouse Oasis
$214 per night
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OUT OF THE BLUE- Modern & Sleek design- Outdoor li
$198 per night
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5 Star The Hidden Gem Farm House Romantic get-away
$267 per night
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Modern Cabin w/ LUX Master Ensuite 2 BR / 2. 5 Ba
$275 per night
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Hochabow On Yanubbee-Creek side-Earth and Berm Home-Unique-5 Star
$216 per night
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NEW On Creek! HUGE Deck- Elegant Luxury! Sleeps 15
$520 per night
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New! Romantic getaway/Family-Friendly/ HotTub/Fire
$300 per night
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Cubby Bear Cabin- Perfect small family cabin! BEST
$120 per night

Your guide to Hochatown

All About Hochatown

The Trail of Tears, an all-consuming flood, and a taste for moonshine all play into the history of Hochatown, a small community in southeastern Oklahoma. Named for a member of the Choctaw tribe who arrived here on the Trail of Tears in 1833, for decades the area served as a quiet hamlet for farming, hunting, and trapping before being taken over by a lumber and coal company at the turn of the 20th century. The lumber supply dwindled in the 1920s and ’30s, and in the throes of Prohibition, the town became famous for its moonshine. But by the 1950s, most locals had gone, and Hochatown was essentially a ghost town — which is how it came to be flooded without consequence with the construction of the Broken Bow Lake dam. A few buildings were moved to higher ground, and the rest of the area was engulfed by water. Its successor, present-day Hochatown, was established a mile west, and maintains its original church. Thanks to a growing number of visitors and a crop of luxury cabins, the new Hochatown is enjoying a revival of its early reputation for outdoor recreation amid the beautiful McCurtain County pines.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hochatown?

It’s been said that if you don’t like the weather in Oklahoma, wait a minute and it will change. And while that’s true in some of the plains areas, Hochatown is a little bit more predictable given its proximity to the nearby Kiamichi and Ouachita Mountains. Summers can be very hot and muggy, with temperatures peaking in late July in the mid-90s Fahrenheit, and dropping to the 70s after sunset. Winters, on the other hand, are cold and wet, with temperatures averaging in the 40s. Rain is heaviest in fall and spring, averaging 5 or 6 inches a month, but come winter, it seldom translates into snow.


What are the top things to do in Hochatown?

Beavers Bend State Park

There are few outdoor activities that you can’t do in this 1,300-acre park, sometimes referred to as Beavers Bend Resort Park. Beyond the requisite hiking, biking, and camping, Beavers Bend is best known for its fishing: The largest recorded brown trout in the state — a whopping 17.4 pounds — was caught in the Lower Mountain Fork River, and there are plenty more where it came from.

Red Slough Wildlife Management Area

For bird watching and waterfowl hunting, it doesn’t get much better than this corner of McCurtain County, just an hour south of Hochatown. Spanning 5,800 acres, there are more than 270 varieties of birds among the prairies and replanted hardwood areas here, as well as a waterfowl refuge. You may even spot a black bear or golden eagle.

Hunting

Though nearby Antlers, Oklahoma (1 hour west), bills itself as the deer capital of the world, the entire region of Hochatown, Broken Bow, and surroundings is reputed for its wealth of buck hunting, as well as other wild game. Dozens of public hunting areas and wildlife management regions are designated for hunting in McCurtain County, with guided hunts available.

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