Cedar Falls Cabin Rentals

Cabins Near Turner Falls - Oklahoma

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Oklahoma has some good areas to rent cabins and
we have
rented cabins several time times in the past
in different parts of the state with good success. For
the past few years my son and I have done a father
and son getaway prior to Thanksgiving, and this year,
2012, we were looking for a cabin,  a bit more  
secluded. The ideal spot would have opportunities to
fish, hike and golf nearby and be within a couple hours
or so of Dallas.
While doing some research and planning, I began focusing in on the Turner Falls area of Oklahoma,
as we had visited the area in 2005 for a day trip and really liked it, plus I knew there were many cabin
rentals available here to choose from.

Cedar Falls Cabins are located about halfway between Dallas and Oklahoma City, about a mile off
I-35, in Davis, Oklahoma. The cabins are located along a secluded gravel road, nestled along a hillside
overlooking crystal clear Honey Creek, just north of the entrance to Turner Falls Park. There are six
cabins at this location, and we stayed in cabin #1, which is located on the end, so it has one cabin next
door, but to the west is all hills and trees. It also has a nice trail down to the creek, right next to the
porch, for great access to fishing or hiking along the creek. The picture above shows the front porch
area of the cabin and below are a couple of shots of the interior.
For more cabin rental information visit their website:  Cedar Falls Cabins - Davis, Oklahoma
While you are in the area be sure and check out Turner Falls Park a little bit south of the cabin area off
of 77S. This is a terrific place to explore, with miles of trails, swimming areas and the 77 foot water fall
that the park is named for, along with caves and rock formations, meandering Honey Creek and The
Castle. If you are looking for more sights and adventure, then a little bit to the north is
Arbuckle
Wilderness home to Oklahoma's premier exotic animal theme park and drive-thru safari.

Most of all, relax, have fun, enjoy your trip and stay safe.
The outside of the cabin is mostly stone with some logs, and it has a great porch that overlooks the
creek. It also has a nice picnic area just west of the porch with a fire pit, picnic table and barbecue
for grilling outdoors, roasting marshmallows or relaxing.
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Cedar Falls Cabins - cabin #1
cabin #1 - downstairs bed
cabin #1 - living, kitchenette view
Cabin #1 - dining, kitchenette
Cabin #1 fireplace
Cabin #1 bathroom
Cabin #1 front view
Cabin #1 - view from creek
Back side of cabin #1
Cabin #1 view from picnic area
East side of cabin #1
Cabin #1 picnic area
View of creek from porch
Cabin #1 trail down to creek
Green area west of cabin #1
cabin next door on east side
Cabin #1 - sleeping loft
Trail along creek
The inside of cabin #1 has a rustic, old log cabin look, with log walls with the cement/mud look in
between the logs. It's open floor plan includes a queen size bed, fireplace, small couch, along with
a dining and kitchenette area and bathroom. There is a tight stairway to the upstairs, which leads
to a small sleeping loft with a queen size bed. For me and my son this setup worked out great and
we really had a good time.

Besides the sitting by the fire and talking and hanging out, we watched a few shows, and did a little
bit of fishing on the creek below our cabin. For anyone familiar with Oklahoma or Texas you know
that many of the rivers, lakes and ponds have a clay bottom and can have kind of a muddy look.
However, this area near Turner Falls is much different and Honey Creek, which flows through the
area is very clear. In fact while we were fishing here, it was really neat to be able to see the fish as
they were attracted to your bait and know when they were going to nibble. When we weren't relaxing
at the cabin we ventured out to Turner Falls Park and hiked on some of the trails and explored The
Castle, which was built in the 1920's up on the hillside. We also took a short trip up to Sulphur and
played 9 holes of golf.
The cabin comes equipped with all towels and bedding, along with
pots, pans, dishes, silverware and cooking utensils. There is also a
small refrigerator, stove, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker. There
are window units for heating and cooling that do a good job of keeping
the cabin temperature comfortable, and if you need anything Davis,
Sulphur or Ardmore are close by for restaurants or shopping.

All and all, it was a great cabin and location, and I would definitely like to
visit here again. The setting is secluded and relaxing and the area has
much to offer. The self check-in and check out was very easy and the
cabin was neat and clean.
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