Introducing the Get Out of Dodge Lodge

The Get Out of Dodge Lodge will soon be on the rental market!
The Get Out of Dodge Lodge!

It is finally finished, decorated, and on the luxury vacation rental market!  It took a year to build (or at least it felt like it), a year to collect the antiques, artwork and other supplies to outfit it, and a month to get everything settled in.

What I love most about this house is that all five bedrooms have their very own bathroom.  Although I don’t mind sharing most things, a bathroom is not one of them.

Outside is equipped for fun!  The back porch features an outdoor fireplace, dining area and hot tub.  A fire pit, playset, horseshoes and redneck golf are all located in the wooded backyard.  Of course, Beaver’s Bend State Park is a hop, skip and a jump away.

Each bedroom has it’s own unique look.  Downstairs there are two queen bedrooms and one king bedroom.  Upstairs there are two king bedrooms, each with a twin pullout chair.  In the upstairs game room, there is a set of bunk beds.

Seven TVs are located throughout the house, including two in public areas (gameroom and living room) and five in the bedrooms.  A pool table is sure to be entertaining.  The kitchen has everything you need to feed those fourteen guests!

To learn more about the Get Out of Dodge Lodge, click here.  To learn more about her sister property, My Ok-La-Home, click here.

Both properties are located in Hochatown, Oklahoma, near Beaver’s Bend State Park and Broken Bow.

Here are a few photos of the Get Out of Dodge Lodge.  Enjoy!

I love this area. The drawers are filled with games, books and DVDs.
The upstairs gameroom has a pool table, TV, game table, couch and bunk beds.
Bunk beds ready for some young guests.
One of five bathrooms.
One of the two upstairs king bedrooms.
A second floor view of the living area. Archie photo bombed the shot!
One of the two downstairs queen bedrooms.
The other downstairs queen bedroom.
The kitchen has everything you need to prepare a fantastic meal.
The downstairs king bedroom, featuring a wooden flag by wood craftsman Rick Mitchell.
The master bath featured a walk-in shower and garden tub.
The downstairs master bath features a walk-in shower and garden tub.

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