It’s time for a family getaway. The Sooner State is home to a variety of attractions the whole family will enjoy but most importantly, a plethora of excellent places to stay overnight. With family ranches featuring ATV trails, resorts equipped with mini golf courses, and so much more, there’s plenty to keep the kids and parents entertained at these 9 great hotels and resorts in Oklahoma.
Take a step back in time with this resort in southeast Oklahoma. You can find cabins and on-site camping, for whichever experience you want. You’ll find trail rides, ATV trails, and chef-prepared meals. The resort also has a massage therapist on staff.
Quartz Mountain Resort has mini-golf, fishing, biking trails, eagle watching (in season), a pool, paddle boats, a nature center and water slides. It’s one of the best places for families to take a vacation.
Long Lake Resort is an outdoor-lover’s dream, with archery, fishing, horseback riding and boating all available on-site. Stay in the two-bedroom cabin to have enough space for everyone to relax.
This resort on Grand Lake has rooms with private decks, hot tubs, fully-equipped kitchens and central heat and air. There is a game room on site, a spa, basketball court, hiking trail and pool.
Lee’s Grand Lake Resort has full service cabins and RV parking. The lakefront cabins have AC, Wi-Fi, cable TV, and more. On-site, you’ll find a heated fishing dock, boat launch sites, boat rentals, swimming pool, shuffleboard, volleyball and lots of other great outdoor activities to keep the kids busy. Grove is one of the bigger communities around Grand Lake, and there are many more fun things to do in town.
Marval Resort has cabins and campsites, along with plenty of activities and special events all summer long. Kids can fish, have a water war, watch a movie outside and swim.
If you love water sports, the Elk Creek Resort is a fantastic place to stay. You’ll have a dock for boat access, a deck, places for the kids to play and get wet. The cabins are spacious enough for a family.
This park has RV sites and cabins for families, with plenty of things for everyone to do. There’s a swimming pool, splash pad, paddleboats, water toys, mini golf, and fishing. Check out their calendar to find themed weekends like a Luau Weekend or Death by Chocolate for some added fun.
Kids may not be welcome in the actual casino, but there are plenty of things for the kids to do at this resort. The Oasis pool has a water slide and swim-up bar. Check out The District, for blockbuster movies, bowling and laser tag. Have a mother-daughter pedicure at the Spa.