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The Rocking Horse Ranch's rooms all have a rustic vibe to suit the surroundings, with faux log furniture and horse-adorned bedding. Lodging is either in the Main Lodge, or directly adjacent in the Oklahoma Building. The rooms can accommodate anywhere from two to six persons comfortably -- and some rooms in the Main Lodge allow for adjacent rooms to accommodate even larger parties. All rooms have electric coolers, flat-screen TVs with cable, free Wi-Fi and daily maid service. The rooms are comfortable and clean, and the resort is about to undergo renovations to revamp the bathrooms, giving them a more modern, upscale look.
The rooms in the Main Lodge are a bit larger than in the adjacent Oklahoma Building. The A Lodge rooms feature a pair of queen-sized beds, while AA Lodge rooms have a pair of queens and a set of bunk beds, sleeping up to six, as well as a second sink and vanity outside the bathroom, making your morning a little easier if you have a crowd. Lodge rooms are the best location for easy access to the restaurant, indoor pool, spa and game room -- particularly in the winter months, when an outdoor walk back to the room from the pool is an unwelcome proposition. The first-floor hallways are well-trafficked, so consider asking for a room on the second floor, especially if your kiddos need an afternoon siesta.
Oklahoma houses a wider range of room types, from small rooms with a queen sized bed, to rooms equipped with two queens and bunk beds. All Oklahoma rooms exit onto the exterior of the building, but since no other amenities are in the building, it's a slightly quieter experience.