This arts and crafts, Adirondack-style cabin pays homage to the “camps” of the nineteen 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, when people first began to escape the bustle and noise of the cities to commune with the quiet of nature.
From the moment you step inside this one-of-a-kind cabin, you’ll be calmed by expansive views of the surrounding woods—ideal for watching deer and other wildlife roam by. There’s a welcoming, pine-paneled open living area with soaring ceilings. A well-stocked, gourmet kitchen. Two private masters with raised ceilings. Adjacent baths featuring dual vanities, stone showers—one even has a solid copper soaking tub. A cozy screened porch perfect for dining or a game of cards. Plus multiple decks, fire pits and outdoor areas that let you unwind among the trees.
Nestled in the privacy of nearly 70 hardwoods, the log and cedar Bison Bluff is expertly crafted with pine, slate, ledgestone and other materials native to the area. And of course, its décor pays tribute to the mighty American Bison—long-time state symbol of Oklahoma, and since 1972, our newest national symbol alongside the bald eagle.
Perfect for a couples getaway or romantic retreat, Bison Bluff offers the experience of “rustic without roughing it”: gourmet Kitchenaid appliances, Kingsdown luxury bedding, glass-enclosed stone showers, copper clawfoot soaking tub, stacked stone gas fireplace, private 4-person hot tub, and all the comforts (and technology) modern travelers desire.