Coming to Broken Bow and Hochatown in Oklahoma means you are sure to run into Bigfoot. Whether that happens to be the large Sasquatch sign at the local Gasquatch Gas Station greeting you on your entry to the Broken Bow area or the stuffed animal versions of Bigfoot and the countless tourist schwag items designed to feature Bigfoot. Bigfoot sightings have also been reported when seeing the Bigfoot She-nanigans crew driving around the area and headed to their next gig visiting cabins, birthday parties or hanging out at their favorite local stores. Then there are the documented reports of seeing Bigfoot, hearing Bigfoot or finding evidence of Bigfoot. Either way, Bigfoot is a BIG hit in Oklahoma. Are you a believer?
Bigfoot sightings aren’t unusual in the dense forests around Hochatown. Here are a couple fairly recent reports as given to Bigfoot Field Research Organization:
This report actually aired on Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot” last January. The actual occurrence was reported in 2011. https://youtu.be/1EPVH8hDwcg
Location: Hochatown at the now Crystal Forest Venue. The sighting occurred when two young boys were making a video on how to make s’mores – while around the fire pit and near one of the cottages on the property. Later, when watching the footage, they noticed a creature running through the woods behind them. The shape, size and agility seemed to convince most of the cast and crew from Finding Bigfoot that the recording was legitimate.
Location: Directly south of a bridge on the Mountain Fork River – opposite a tall bluff. Nearest town was Hochatown and Nearest Road was Hwy 259.
Experience Reported: “My husband and I rented a yurt in Beavers Bend State Park on July 15, 2022. Our Yurt sits directly on the Mountain Fork River. We stayed up until midnight and headed to bed. Around 2 am we woke to the sound of 6 or 7 consecutive howls over a 3 minute time span. It was very loud and east of our yurt. It was then silent. 30 minutes later we heard 3 loud hollering vocalizations much closer in the other direction, to the west of us. We have spent a lot of time in the woods. This is a sound we’ve never heard before. It was not a bear growl. It was not a coyote or a bobcat. This was loud.”
Location: The cabin was located on Rose Lane at the border with Beavers Bend State Park. There was open area across the street leading to the park. Nearest town was Hochatown / Broken Bow and the Nearest Road was Rose Lane.
Experience Reported: “My wife and I traveled from our home in the Dallas area for a 5 day trip to Hochatown, OK on 10/26/2020. It had rained all day and had gone to a drizzle by the time we arrived at our cabin around 4:30 pm. We unlocked the cabin and went inside and looked around and then went out right before 5 to start unloading our SUV. My wife grabbed some items and headed inside. Right as she got inside I heard a siren go off in the area of Beavers Bend State Park to warn about water being released from the dam. Immediately I heard a load deep growl. After a few seconds the growl turned into a deep howl. This went on for about 30 seconds and was immediately followed by a loud high pitched scream. This was followed by wooooing sounds that lasted about 2 minutes. My wife came out while this was going on. We didn’t discuss it as I didn’t want to tell her what all I had heard. We grabbed up some items and went into the cabin. Upon coming back outside the sound was gone. I heard the siren go off many more times while we were there but never heard any other sounds. I am an army veteran and also a former scoutmaster and have spent a lot of time in the woods but have never heard a combination of sounds like this. I’m still not certain if this actually was one or a coincidence of several animal calls occurring one after the other. My wife thought the wooooing sound was wind blowing in the forest when we discussed this after we got home. But at the time there was little to no wind blowing and we never heard that again although it blew quite a bit as it rained the majority of time we were there. I originally sent this sound combination to Cliff Barackman and mentioned the Ohio howl and after looking it up it did sound similar to that. At the time I hadn’t really thought much about Bigfoot since back when I was in junior high in the 1970’s but after this have become really interested in it after this.”
Have the best experience booking with S'mores Luxury Cabins
At S’mores Cabins, we focus more on making sure our guests have the best experience when booking with us. S’mores provides all the comforts and special touches that you might not even realize you wanted or appreciated. Luxury furnishings and decor is one thing. Amazing views, nature’s serenity and the smell of pine when you walk in the front door makes the experience relaxing and beautiful. But Epic views of Broken Bow Lake, sounds of Mountain Fork River from the massive deck and direct access to Beavers Bend State Park from the property, the cabin is surrounded by the National Park. 19 private acres provide complete seclusion. S'mores Sunrise is the most unique location in all of Hochatown! Whether you do run into Bigfoot, or just have fun with the Bigfoot themes in Broken Bow - we know you will enjoy visiting the area and will make plans for your next visit! There truly is no better way to reconnect with your friends or family, unplug from the day to day and experience all the adventure there is to be had in Broken Bow, Oklahoma.
Plan a stay at S'mores Luxury Cabins! Guests will enjoy the scenic views from private decks. Each luxury cabin lodging offers an outdoor fireplace, grill area, fire-pit and games as well as indoor game rooms to ensure fun for all. Sleep on beds that feel like clouds and get the best sleep of your life! The cabins have fully stocked gourmet kitchens and at least 2 master suites on the ground level. Each cabin has the space to accommodate at least 20 people, with large open interior and exterior spaces for hosting larger crowds for parties or events. These Broken Bow luxury cabins are perfect for family vacations, get-away trips with friends or even events and retreats!
Naturally, S'mores makes sure to keep cabins stocked with the ingredients and fire-pit forks to ensure plenty of campfire fun and tasty S'mores! Ultimately, each cabin lodge is stocked and styled to make you feel at home in a luxury resort way. It's easy to see that with large cabin lodge accommodations, outdoor and local adventures, and a chance to reconnect with nature, S'mores Cabins in Broken Bow is a wonderful destination choice for a variety of vacations and getaways. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your trip today! www.smorescabins.com
S’mores Luxury Cabins has the following cabins for short term rentals available:
S’mores & FIshin’: Sleeps 20
S’mores Lakeview has spectacular views of Broken Bow Lake: Sleeps 30