What You'll Get
A long getaway affords people the time to sit back and reflect upon what they'll say to the tollbooth operator on the way home. Let your mind wander with this Groupon.
$41 for a One-Night Stay for Up to Four in a One-Bedroom Stone Cabin (Up to $83 Value)
Crackling fires warm most of the cozy, four-person stone cabins at Greenleaf State Park, lulling guests into a peaceful sleep as they lounge on a queen bed or double sofa bed. In the morning, kitchenettes host the sizzling of bacon and eggs while a satellite television broadcasts the day’s weather. Outside, guests explore ADA-accessible hiking trails, putt across a mini-golf course, soak up some knowledge in a nature center, and dip into a swimming pool.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 28, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Book by 2/1/13 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 2/28/13. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Reservation required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Credit card required at check-in. Must be 18 or older to check in. Valid for one-bedroom stone cabin for four only. Not valid with reward points. Additional pet fees may apply. 5.15% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Greenleaf State Park
Nestled among rolling hills, Greenleaf State Park's cabins act as telescopes that see through time, allowing guests to glimpse the pristine landscapes of Greenleaf Lake and the Arkansas River. One of Oklahoma's seven original state parks, Greenleaf’s cabins and facilities took shape with help of the Civilian Conservation Corps and Works Progress Administration in the 1930s, using native materials. Today, during the summer months, a marina rents out boats and watercraft so that guests can skirt across the tranquil waterways, and a fishing pier and swim beach hold the key to simple pleasures and relief from the sun’s rays. In winter, provided heaters and fireplaces warm cozy stone cabins and snow covers the surrounding forested hills. Regardless of the season, ADA-accessible hiking trails meander through the park, and kids’ programs keep tykes entertained so that parents can enjoy some quiet time to hone their story about why Santa needs gluten-free cookies this year.