3 story - 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths, sleeps 6
Debbie & Andy
- english, spanish
About Debbie & Andy
Andy and I love to travel. We have been to many places such as Canada, Mexico, Hawaii and all over the US. We discovered Broken Bow, OK in 2007 when we began Boating and ATV'g. We instantly fell in love with the area. It quickly became our dream to own land inside of the National Forest. We realized our dream April of 2012. Andy and I immediately began construction on our cabin we call The Cliffhouse. We wanted to share our dream with everyone else as well. We invite to come out to The Phoenix Rising. You will feel rejuvenated, relaxed and glad you came. Please give us a call or email us with questions.
Debbie & Andy purchased this Cabin in 2018
Why Debbie & Andy chose Broken Bow
We wanted some acreage for privacy and possible future development.
What makes this Cabin unique
Stunning views, seclusion, privacy, peace.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
A beautiful escape to nature.
Property was outstanding. Views of the country side breathtaking. Living room and kitchen very nice. Third floor mater bedroom and 360 degree deck again awesome. Guests do need to be reasonably fit to manage the very steep stairs. Washer and dryer would be a nice addition.
Our wonderful stay at Bear Creek cabin!
We loved to stay in this wonderful property of Debbie and Andy! We would love to come back again. I hope next time the roads would be little bit better.
Awesome and Amazing!!!!
Everything was perfect! Debbie was so nice and always answered any questions we had right away! We will definitely be back!
Thank you so much!!
A wonderful property with stunning views. We enjoyed a 3 day getaway with our kids and this house did not disappoint! Off the beaten path and secluded, it was just what we were looking for in a lake house. Will book again.
Family Reset, Refresh, and Refocus
The Reserve at Bear Creek has quickly become our "go-to" when wanting to take an opportunity as a family to slow-down and refocus our priorities. The opportunity to be off-grid in such an incredible setting without leaving Oklahoma is not something you can find just anywhere. This is absolutely a one-of-a-kind find!
We have stayed at Summit House and The Fire Tower and we LOVE both properties. They each have so much to offer. If staying at the Fire Tower, DEFINITELY bring a baby-gate if you have small ones. The stairs are steep (inside and outside). We brought a bag of board games and spent most of our game time playing the games provided! Thank you for that attention to detail! We also appreciated how well stocked the kitchen was with items that were provided or left from previous travelers...we forgot a couple of staple supplies and it was great to have a solution! This location is an fabulous place to enjoy wildlife. The insects around are amazing to observe (we watched spiders weave their webs to catch the evening influx of knats and then dragonflies come around to steal the knats from the spiders at sunset...really cool). Just keep in mind, you are in their space, not them in yours. Nothing we saw was dangerous but I did end up with a daddy long-legs on my face at one point.
We have driven up in a van (late fall) and in a small SUV. The van was doable, but scary...and we beat the van up enough that it required maintenance when we got home. Even though we had to travel a lot lighter to fit in the small SUV, it was worth it! We didn't miss any of the extra stuff/gear and the 4-wheel drive handled MUCH better.
If you plan on cooking, there are even leftover containers for you to store your food in! However, if you want to be able to take anything home with you, be sure you pack dishes that you can leave with.
We thoroughly believe that less is more when staying here. You can enjoy so much just by staying close to the property. If you do get a hankering to leave, Hochatown is great and offers most amenities. The state/national park lands are beautiful and have a lot to offer. We enjoyed swimming in the river in Beaver's Bend State Park and fishing near the Power Plant (interesting experience). There are canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, paddleboats, all for a very affordable rental rate. Check the hours (because they are very limited) but Rolling Fork is our favorite for food!
We can't wait for our next trip! Thank you Andy & Debbie!!
We had a wonderful time hiking and playing games, and enjoying the unparalleled views from this unique cabin.
Broken Bow is the home of the beautiful Broken Bow Lake and the gateway for tourists visiting Beavers Bend State Park as well as Hochatown State Park. Hunters also visit the region, which bills itself as the “deer capital of the world”. Canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, camping and many other outdoor activities are available. Broken Bow is also home to 2 museums containing Native American artifacts. The Gardner Mansion and Museum was the historic home of the “Chief of the Choctaws” and was built in 1884. The Indian Memorial Museum houses pre-historic Indian pottery, fossils, quartz crystals and antique glass. Our cabins are nestled within the Ouachita National Forest which lies in the western portion of Arkansas and portions of eastern Oklahoma.