Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department Reveals Newly Renovated Robbers Cave Lodge
The Oklahoma State Park lodge underwent major renovations and is now open to the public.
The Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department announced on Saturday in Wilburton that the newly renovated Robbers Cave Lodge is now open to the public.
Renovations began in September 2021. Using the services of Lingo Construction, OTRD updated the interior of the lodge by adding new furniture, paint and carpeting. The outside area has been transformed into a lounge and event space.
The Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday to celebrate the reopening of the Robbers Cave Lodge in Wilburton. Photo by Lori Duckworth, Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department.
In addition to 21 rooms, the lodge now has a meeting room, catering kitchen and a gift shop.
The lodge offers climate-controlled rooms that feature a TV, desk, microwave, refrigerator, and coffee maker. Regular rooms sleep up to four. Guests may also take advantage of private outdoor seating to relax while admiring the scenery of the Sans Bois Mountains.
Lodge rooms contain either two queen-sized beds or one king-sized bed and a pull-out couch.
A king bed, sleeper sofa and two bunk beds, along with a full kitchen, is available in two suites that sleep 10 for guests who want an elevated stay.
Two suites are available to book, which contain a full living room and kitchen, a king-sized bed and four bunkbeds upstairs.
The park office has moved into the lodge. Guests driving an RV must now proceed directly to their site rather than checking in at the park office.
To book a room at the lodge, visit TravelOK.com/RobbersCave.