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Amazing Fire Tower with 360 Degree Panoramic Views Of Kiamichi Mountains & Lake

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Overview
1 bedroom
1 bathroom
6 guests
2 nights minimum
Cabin Holiday Rental
The Phoenix Rising is an amazing cabin that was mirrored after a fire tower. It is 3 stories with the 3rd story being the master bedroom. A wrap around deck is accessed from the master bedroom and has 360 views. Awake to the views of the Ouachita National Forest, Kiamichi Mountains and the fog rising over Broken Bow Lake. The 2nd story is the kitchen/dining area with seating for 6. The living area is also on the 2nd story with a Queen sleeping area and a lovely window seat that will encompass 2 twins. Ceiling to floor windows on every wall so you can relax and take in the 360 views. The deck on the 2nd story has an outdoor living with a weber propane grill for outdoor meals to take in the forest's beauty. The Phoenix Rising is situated atop a mountain on 40 acres over looking Lake Broken ...The Phoenix Rising is an amazing cabin that was mirrored after a fire tower. It is 3 stories with the 3rd story being the master bedroom. A wrap around deck is accessed from the master bedroom and has 360 views. Awake to the views of the Ouachita National Forest, Kiamichi Mountains and the fog rising over Broken Bow Lake. The 2nd story is the kitchen/dining area with seating for 6. The living area is also on the 2nd story with a Queen sleeping area and a lovely window seat that will encompass 2 twins. Ceiling to floor windows on every wall so you can relax and take in the 360 views. The deck on the 2nd story has an outdoor living with a weber propane grill for outdoor meals to take in the forest's beauty. The Phoenix Rising is situated atop a mountain on 40 acres over looking Lake Broken Bow surrounded by 6,000 acres of National Forest and US Core of Engineer land. The locals describe the view as 'the best view in all of McCurtain county - period'. Unparalleled hiking, mountain biking, bird watching right from your doorstep. The Phoenix Rising is entirely off-grid. We produce our own power, water, hot water, and have our own septic system. Be 100% green and still have all the luxuries of home!More
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Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Cooker
Grill
Suitable For Children Under 5
Fishing Nearby
Refrigerator
Central Heating
Water Views
Towels Provided
Freezer
Private Garden
There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
Cable/satellite TV
Ceiling Fans
Stereo System
Parking
Hiking Trips
Microwave
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Balcony
Mountain Views
City Getaway
Linens Provided
Horse Riding Nearby
Wi-Fi
Internet Access
Watersports Nearby
Terrace
Toaster
Deck
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

We stayed at the Fire Tower for a quick weekend getaway. This is a hard place to leave behind. Tucked into the forest, away from the lake towns of Broken Bow and Hochatown, this cabin is unique and well appointed. Very comfortable for our family...More

Date of stay: September 2018
Thank Jennifer M
About the Owner
Debbie E
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:100%
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:June 2013
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There is cell phone service at the Phoenix Rising. Verizon and AT&T works best. Sprint does not work at all. There is a new Verizon 4G LTE tower across the lake, we have seen speeds up to 15MB from the deck. You will need to bring your own entertainment for the Phoenix Rising. No cable TV planned for the near term. We do provide wifi for texting, email and just easy surfing. You will need to download your movies prior to arrival because this wifi is not suitable for streaming. ATVs - Seasonal riding is allowed on the surrounding US Forest Roads at the end of May - Sept 15. During season you can ride straight from you doorstep into the forest. However you need to review ALL the rules very carefully and follow them closely. No two up riding
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About the neighbourhood
The Phoenix Rising sits 5 miles off the highway and is accessed by US Forest Service roads. Its a beautiful drive, but you will need a car with some clearance and a bit of driving skill to make it in. A midsize SUV to a truck is usually all it takes. We often times see white tail deer, turkey, and birds of prey including red tail hawks and various owls. The first 2 miles of the drive is easy, you can drive 25 mph. The remaining 3 miles is slower and requires some attention. You will cross 4 or 5 small creeks on the way in. Water is rarely more than 4 inches deep. There are also grades up to 12% on gravel roads.
Getting around
Broken Bow is the home of the beautiful Broken Bow Lake and the gateway for tourists visiting Beavers Bend State Park as well as Hochatown State Park. Hunters also visit the region, which bills itself as the “deer capital of the world”. Canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, camping and many other outdoor activities are available. Broken Bow is also home to 2 museums containing Native American artifacts. The Gardner Mansion and Museum was the historic home of the “Chief of the Choctaws” and was built in 1884. The Indian Memorial Museum houses pre-historic Indian pottery, fossils, quartz crystals and antique glass. Our cabins are nestled within the Ouachita National Forest which lies in the western portion of Arkansas and portions of eastern O
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