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Horseshoe Springs Cabins

Beautiful log cabins with private setting nestled in the Arbuckle Mountains.  Family owned and operated, Horseshoe Springs Cabins is just a short drive away from all the area attractions.



Three cabins total.  Two are beautiful log cabins and the third is a metal cabin that is more private and has a beautiful view.   Located on 100 fascinating acres in the heart of the Arbuckle Mountains near Davis, Oklahoma. Bring your groceries and a good book!

  • Two cabins (Cowboy and Hunting) sleep up to 6 people (maximum of 6 people allowed) .  These two cabins have an open floor plan - no bedroom wall.
  • The third cabin (Ranger Station) sleeps up to 5 people (maximum of 5 people allowed).  This cabin has a separate bedroom with a door.

  • Kitchens have cooktop or hotplate, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, coffee pot, cookware, and dishes

  • Linens are furnished

  • Television with basic Dish Network and DVD player

  • Large porch with patio furniture

  • Charcoal grill and picnic table

  • Fire pit

  • Themed decor

covered concrete pad with patio furniture

RV Site

Discover tranquility at our covered RV site, boasting a secluded 30' x 40' concrete patio. Enjoy full hookups with water, sewer, and electric (30 or 50 amp) amid a private setting. Relax outdoors with a patio table, chairs, bench swing, and fire pit. Located at 1688 Dolese Rd, a short distance from Horseshoe Springs Cabins, the site allows up to two additional RVs for a fee. Please note, only the main site has electrical access. Pets are welcome on a leash, and responsible campfire use is encouraged.

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Looking for an adventure the entire family can enjoy? Turner Falls Park is the perfect spot for your entire family to enjoy. Operated by the City of Davis, Turner Falls Park is nestled along Honey Creek in the scenic Arbuckle Mountains. The park covers around 1,500 acres, split over three distinct levels, and has a variety of outdoor activities that all age levels can enjoy.

The park has swimming and wading area, water slides, natural caves, fantastic trout fishing, and the opportuinity to explore an English stone castle. Wildlife typically seen in the park include white-tail deer and wild turkeys. And don't forget, you have plenty of opportunities to grab something to eat around the park at the general store and a number of concession stands.

For more information, visit our page about Turner Falls Park, or give us a call. We'll be glad to answer your questions about one of the most enjoyable family attractions in Oklahoma.


Horseshoe Springs Cabins is a family owned and operated 100-acre piece of Oklahoma heaven. We offer two beautiful cabins in the quiet, relaxing Arbuckle Mountains. We're the perfect location for families looking to get away for a weekend vacation.

And, we're convenient to the best activities our part of Oklahoma has to offer, including Cross Bar Offroad Park, Turner Falls Park, and the Washita River.

Horseshoe Springs Cabins is also a working farm, where we harvest pecans from over 100 pecan trees.

Come and join us at Horseshoe Springs Cabins. We look forward to meeting you!


When you stay at Horseshoe Springs Cabins, you have easy access to everything the Arbuckle Mountains and surrounding areas have to offer.

We're just 15 minutes from Turner Falls Park. One of Oklahoma's tallest waterfalls, Turner Falls cascades from a height of 77 feet. Turner Falls Park is a family-friendly park, with sandy beaches and swimming area, natural caves, hiking trails, and picnic sites. Whether your hiking, swimming, or just exploring, Turner Falls has an area that will meet your skill level and that you'll be comfortable in.

Horseshoe Springs Cabins is just a quarter mile from Cross Bar Offroad Park. The park is an offroading mecca, with over 6,500 acres of rugged trails, creek beds, fields, and rocks for you ride to your heart's content. They even have a novice trail, so you can enjoy yourself, even if you've never experienced offroading.

If you don't mind a little longer drive, you can enjoy the scenic Washita River, which runs through the Arbuckle Mountains, and empties into Lake Texoma. Here, you can enjoy float trips down the river.

For more information about local and regional attractions, give us a call. We'll be glad to help.