This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$199 - $225 per night 2 night min stay
$385 per night 2 night min stay
$225 - $275 per night 2 night min stay
$275 - $350 per night 2-3 night min stay
$199 per night 2 night min stay
Recent Oklahoma reviews
"My husband and I like to plan a get-away from the "big city" life a few times a year. This cabin was absolutely perfect! The cabin looks exactly like the pictures. It is very clean and everything is in excellent working order. We used the gas grill for steaks and burgers. It worked great! Our hostess, Judy was amazing! She made sure that we were comfortable and asked if there was anything we needed everyday when she came down close to the cabin to feed the chickens! I would highly recommend this cabin to anyone wanting to enjoy the great outdoors and still have air conditioning to retreat to!"Guest: Debbie S. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 24, 2014View listing
"What a great house, perfect setting and great lake access. We had two families with grown kids (all in 20s) to relax, wakeboard, grill or just read a book. The dock access (covered slip) attracted us since we brought our own boat. The rest of the house will bring us back. Helen, the house keeper is fantastic. She had sandwiches for us when we arrived and even catered a meal for us during the week."Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014View listing
"What a perfect getaway! Very beautiful house, gorgeous views of the lake and fall colors. The solarium room allowed us to enjoy the views even on the rainy day! So convenient to run to Langley for forgotten groceries. Very well stocked kitchen. Very helpful owner even baked a delicious treat for arrival - and again when a second set of guests joined me! Lots of book available for curling up with. This was a perfect fit for a quiet, rejuvenating getaway."Guest: TheCoordinator Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: November 13, 2013View listing
"We enjoyed our stay very much. Location was quiet and off the beaten path which is exactly what we where looking for. Had a wonderful couples weekend! Hot tub and jacuzzi tub was a plus, plus. Kitchen was nice for eating in no need to eat out. Easy access to the lake and boat ramp nearby."Guest: Bassman Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014View listing
Lake Texoma Travel Tips
Lake Texoma Vacation Rentals Are the Perfect Bases for Beach Vacations
Lake Texoma is a popular vacation destination which, as its name suggests, spans the Texas/Oklahoma border. It is within easy reach of Dallas and Oklahoma City and has an impressive 589 miles of shoreline and some gorgeous beaches. Lake Texoma is also well known for some of the best inland fishing in the United States. With excellent golf courses, restaurants and wildlife, there is something for everyone.
The Advantages of Staying in Lake Texoma Cabins
Families will find that Lake Texoma vacation rentals provide all they need for a great vacation base. Spacious accommodations, fully equipped kitchens with laundry facilities, ample bedrooms, bathrooms and TVs all come at very affordable prices, ensuring that your Lake Texoma vacation will be one that you and your family will want to repeat. Cabins are conveniently located on some of the prime spots around the lake, often with great lake views from the porch. Catering for a large family, especially those with special dietary requirements, is very easy with your own private cabin. Bring your own food with you or enjoy picking up groceries on a trip to one of the nearby communities. It will save you a fortune on restaurant dining. A lakeside BBQ or picnic is all part of the Lake Texoma experience and provides an opportunity for families to relax and spend quality time together.
The Local Weather Around Lake Texoma Vacation Rentals
Lake Texoma has very hot summers with temperatures averaging over 90 F (32 C) in July and August. The cool lake waters provide plenty of ways to cool off! The temperatures drop to well below freezing in the winter and snowfall is common from November through April. The rainiest months on Lake Texoma are May and early October, when short but heavy showers will produce around five inches of rain per month.
Things to Enjoy from Your Lake Texoma Lodging
The lakeshore has some beautiful beaches which are ideal for swimming, kayaking, relaxing with a book or fishing from the shore. There is a large variety of fish species, from sandbass and crappie to giant catfish. The National Sandbass Festival and Kingston Striper Festival attract thousands of visitors. There are pontoons and fishing boats for hire or you can book a day cruise with a local boat company. Beaches such as Island View Beach near Pottsboro have picnic tables, boat ramps and plenty of sand for family-oriented activities. There are miles of hiking trails, nature trails and eagle-watching opportunities and the area is a hunter’s paradise with plenty of deer, quail, turkey and other game. Horseback riding, biking and golf are other outdoor activities close to Lake Texoma. During the winter season, the area is ideal for skiing, snowmobiling and winter sports, making Lake Texoma a lake for all seasons.
Places to Visit from Oklahoma Vacation Rentals on Lake Texoma
The small towns dotted around the lake provide excellent shopping and dining centers. They also host many summer festivals and fairs including a 4th of July Fireworks Show, marathons, arts and crafts fairs, rodeos, livestock shows and parades. Kingston, Gainesville, Bonham, Denison and Durant are just some of the local towns which all have great character and charm. The Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge and the community at Pottsboro make for lovely trips as well.
Getting to These Popular Lake Texoma Cabins
For those flying to the area, the nearest major airport to your Lake Texoma lodging is the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport which is a 78-mile drive away. The I-35 runs from Dallas-Fort Worth to Oklahoma City, making it easy to drive for those wanting to bring their own truck, boat and sports equipment.