Lodging

63347 Hawk Lane, Smithville, OK 74957
U.S. 259 Whitesboro Oklahoma 74577 US

Peckerwood Knob Cabins

Peckerwood Knob Cabins offers two bedroom cabins with fireplaces, decks, grills, fully equipped kitchens and mountain views.

Enjoy the peace and quiet. Only two secluded cabins on your own mountain.

There is plenty for the nature-lover in you such as ATV’ing the endless log roads, hiking, or biking. A fifteen minute drive will bring you to kayaking, canoeing, and fishing on the Mountain Fork River; or to the Talimena National Scenic Byway.

We are just 40 minutes from Broken Bow Lake and four hours from Dallas and Oklahoma City. Our cabins are welcoming: clean, comfortable, and fully equipped.

Sunrise Cabin Great Room 2 years ago by Patrice Rogers
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Sunrise Cabin Fireplace 2 years ago by Patrice Rogers
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Sunrise Cabin view 2 years ago by Patrice Rogers
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Sunrise Cabin Kitchen 2 years ago by Patrice Rogers
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