Located on a private, 4.8-acre lot, Sunset Ridge is paradise for any lover of the outdoors. Forget about sitting in traffic or putting up with noisy neighbors - this secluded, 1071-square foot cabin is the ideal place to spend time with family and friends, fish, hike, or hunt in the Oklahoma wilderness near Broken Bow Lake.
We built this cabin after staying at Legacy Trails on a wonderful family trip in 2015. We were looking for a dog-friendly getaway within driving distance of the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, and Legacy Trails was everything we had hoped for. Sunset Ridge is the newest cabin at Legacy Trails, and it opened for guests in 2018. We hope you enjoy Sunset Ridge as much as we do.
The cozy cabin can accommodate six guests of all ages, with two bedrooms featuring queen-size beds, beautiful wood paneling, nature-inspired artwork, and plenty of storage space. After an exhilarating day outdoors, relax by the fireplace in the spacious living room or watch the game on one of the 150+ DirecTV channels.
Cooking is a breeze at Sunset Ridge, with place settings for 6 and all the appliances and equipment you need to serve a group. And no night in the country is complete without gathering around the fire pit, roasting s’mores, and watching the stars. There’s something for everyone at Sunset Ridge, your perfect cabin in the woods.
Your cabin includes:
Master bedroom with one queen-size bed and rustic decor
Second bedroom with one queen-size bed
One sleeper sofa, comfortable for kids or adults
One bathroom with a shower/tub combination, soap, shampoo, towels, and a hair dryer
Full kitchen with a refrigerator, freezer, ice maker, stove, oven, toaster, coffee maker, and dishwasher
Cooking equipment including pots, pans, a slow cooker, a paella pan, electric griddle, cutting boards, baking sheets, and a large stock pot, plus salt, pepper, and oil
Dishes, glasses, and cutlery for 6, including pasta bowls, coffee mugs, and wine glasses
Living room with vaulted ceilings, sofas, and a 42-inch TV
Gas-burning fireplace - perfect for a chilly winter evening
Breakfast bar with 4 barstools
Outdoor deck with a gas grill and 6-seat dining table. Did someone say “burgers?”
Backyard fire pit with 4 chairs - just remember to bring your own marshmallows!
Complimentary WiFi and DirecTV will keep everybody entertained on rainy days or lazy afternoons
Washer and dryer for the inevitable mud-covered clothes after a day of outdoor exploration
Laundry detergent, cleaning supplies and vacuum cleaner
Central air conditioning and heat
Kayaks for your use on the river
Pet-friendly (up to 35 pounds)
Sunset Ridge is perfect for family fun or a romantic couples’ getaway, with every amenity and comfort of home in the beautiful Broken Bow Lake area.
About one mile from Smithville, Sunset Ridge is a fantastic place to disconnect and explore the outdoors. The area is also home to delicious, family-friendly restaurants and beautiful parks, which we hope you can experience during your stay. Here are our favorite spots:
McCurtain County Game Reserve - 24-mile drive
Broken Bow Lake - 30-mile drive
Cucumber Creek - 10-mile drive
Beavers Bend State Park - 37-mile drive
Mountain Country Store - 2-mile drive
Offering more than you might expect, Mountain Country Store is a one-stop-shop for food and sundries in Smithville. The restaurant offers daily specials, hearty pastas, and fresh salads, all served with a smile by their friendly staff. You can also find any essentials you may have forgotten to pack here, plus a few things that you want but don’t really need, but, hey, you’re on vacation!
Shasta's Burger Box - 4.5-mile drive
When it just seems like too much effort to fire up the grill and whip up some homemade patties, load up the car and head to Shasta’s. This local favorite for burgers and sandwiches is open Friday to Monday, with something on the menu that will please everyone. Yes, even the picky eaters and the health nuts. After your meal, be sure to look around their gift shop, which sells homemade soaps and trinkets.
Chopping Block Steakhouse - 27-mile drive
It’s just not satisfying to finish an invigorating day of horseback riding, hunting, or hiking with a sad-looking salad or a frozen dinner. On those days, a juicy steak or a heaping plate of “fall-of-the-bone” ribs does the body good, and Chopping Block Steakhouse is just the place to go for that satisfying evening meal. Featuring not only high-quality cuts of meat, but also a nice selection of seafood, pasta, and sandwiches, nobody will leave this restaurant hungry.
Grateful Head Pizza - 30-mile drive
Nothing pleases a crowd quite like pizza does, and if your trip to Sunset Ridge involves a group of any type, an outing to Grateful Head Pizza is a must. With decadent, mozzarella-filled breadsticks and some unique pizza toppings, let’s just say we’re grateful that this pizza joint isn’t far. And they get extra points for the rock ‘n roll-inspired menu and pup-friendly patio.
Rolling Fork Takery - 30-mile drive
We get it, sometimes you don’t feel like cooking, but you don’t feel like going out either. Luckily for us on those lazy occasions, Rolling Fork Takery offers delicious, homestyle take-out. This isn’t your ordinary drive-thru stuff, Rolling Fork’s head chef crafts hearty sandwiches, creative tacos, and tasty salads that are perfect for sharing on your backyard dining table at Sunset Ridge. Or, for a casual night of dining out, enjoy the Takery’s cuisine on their dog-friendly patio.
Lighthouse Drive-In - 20-mile drive
Now this is an experience worth driving across the border for - the Arkansas border, that is. For burgers, brisket, fries, and malts with a side of old-school nostalgia, Lighthouse Drive-In is the perfect crowd-pleaser. On a hot summer day, not much tastes better than a scoop of their ice cream or a thick, creamy shake. Bring the whole family or some friends along as an excuse to try both!
Girls Gone Wine - 31-mile drive
For a fun, adults-only escape, make your way to the lively tasting room at Girls Gone WIne Winery in the heart of Hochatown. Featuring wines that are made on-site, the wine offers complimentary samples and a funky gift shop. It’s a great place to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, or just the beginning of a well-deserved vacation.
Hochatown Petting Zoo - 31-mile drive
Sure to please the young'uns (and the young at heart), Hochatown Petting Zoo is a delightful activity for when you need a break from fishing, hiking, or watersports. At this roadside attraction, you can feed, pet, and take selfies with the cute baby animals. The petting zoo boasts a collection of critters including miniature horses, turkeys, raccoons, snakes, birds, and lizards.
A to Z Guest Ranch - 11-mile drive
There’s nothing like getting outdoors, and at A to Z Guest Ranch, you can really get in touch with your wild side on one of their horseback or ATV rides. Their packages allow you to explore for a full day or just an hour, so families of all ages and groups of any size can customize their perfect day. Their expert guides will make even first-time horseback riders or ATV drivers feel comfortable, and the beautiful grounds surrounding the ranch might just convince you to extend your stay in the area. Reservations recommended via phone or email.
Wild Boar Ridge - 2-mile drive
The Broken Bow Lake area isn’t only known for fishing and hiking - it’s also a sportsman’s dream. Offering top-notch hog, ram, and feral goat hunts, the folks at Wild Boar Ridge are wonderful hosts, no matter if you’re a first-time hunter or a regular. With warm hospitality and dedication to their passion, Wild Boar Ridge will help you create great memories with family and friends.
Mountain Fork River 10-Mile Drive
Mountain Fork, also known as the Mountain Fork of the Little River, is a 98-mile-long tributary of the Little River in western Arkansas and Southeastern Oklahoma in the United States. Hailed as the best whitewater stream in Oklahoma, the Mountain Fork River offers a year-round destination for the best trout fishing anywhere in the surrounding region. The river’s constant flow and cool waters are the ideal place to find brown and rainbow trout year-round, perfect for fly fishing in a region not commonly known as a fly fishing destination. The river also features plenty of rapids, small waterfalls and rock gardens perfect for rafting, canoeing and kayaking enthusiasts, whether you seek a leisurely float or a more challenging thrill ride.
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Smithville, Oklahoma, Estados Unidos