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22469 Lodge Road Lone Wolf, OK 73655, United States
22469 Lodge RoadUSOklahomaLone Wolf73655
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Mountain retreat offering rustic-chic lodging, event space, a performance hall & outdoor recreation.- Google
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Rachel Triska
3 months ago
I spent 6 days at Quartz Mountain Nature park, stayed in the lodge, ate at the restaurant on site and hiked all the trails that were open (some close during deer season). My experience was very pleasant overall. Here are a few notes: 1. This lodge is pretty amazing. I haven't seen one this nice at a state park, ever! There's a library, art gallery, outdoor and indoor dining space and a small lobby to read and relax in. 2. This is a lodge at state park. Somewhere along the way, someone decided to call this lodge a resort. I think the poor reviews earlier might have something to do with that (expecting a resort - getting a lodge...Though it may be more "resort-like" during peak seasons when all the park amenities are open. ). I have a hard time understanding why anyone would call this place run down. My room was quite nice and the other facilities are beautiful - decorated similarly to the Great Wolf Lodge resorts. 3. If you want to know about the park/hiking/outdoor stuff, don't ask the staff. The staff was helpful but the park rangers are AWESOME! So stop by the park ranger office and ask about hiking trails, etc. Also, go visit Sue - she's the naturalist and during the office season does tours where you can go watch the eagles! 4. Regarding the room, overall it was great! I stayed in the king room with a lake view. Each room has a balcony or small patio, comfy chair and two desks. I took the desk chair out when I wanted to sit on the patio. The cleanliness of the room was great. They had a variety of types of pillows on the bed - firm, soft, fluffy, etc. I love that because I was able to find one that was just right. 5. The bathroom was the only hiccup for me in my whole stay. I'm a bit of a clean freak in that regard and the caulking around the tub probably needed some attention - there was a little bit of mildew (nothing my husband would have noticed) but I'd brought a bleach scrub with me and it was an easy fix. 6. I would also suggest that if you visit in the off season/during the week when things are slow, be ready to transition into small town America where life just is a lot more laid back. For example, if you go to the dining area and the staff is in the kitchen, don't hesitate to walk back and let them know you're there. I often was the only patron on weekdays and the dining staff was sometimes in the back catching up on work. I enjoyed the quaint, laid back atmosphere. 7. Check out the "Quartz Club" membership option. If you qualify, it offers 20-25% discounts on food and lodging. 8. My favorite trails were the New Horizon (this one you can hike all the way to the summit pretty easily) and those at Baldy Point. I'm definitely planning to bring my family in the Spring. My 3 y/o could handle some of the smaller trails around the lodge and my 6 y/o I'd feel comfortable taking with me on most of the others (she's pretty adventurous and enjoys hiking). If you are looking for a quiet, rustic and BEAUTIFUL place to wind down, get away or get out in nature, I highly recommend this place. In addition to the lodge, there are areas for tent-camping and individual cabins available for rent.
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Bobby Newsom
6 months ago
Difficult to truly encapsulate the suck. Literally everything that can be observed was sub standard. Frogs and insects scooped from the miniature pool and casually dumped about the premises, EVERY vending machine empty, no towels (none), No service despite no less than ten calls to the front desk, wifi connections are plentiful but don't actually have Internet (except at the front desk, shocker) decrepit furniture in rooms, and just absolutely everything else you can imagine. If you are not from southwest oklahoma this will be an absolute nightmare and waste of money. Just don't, please, don't. You have been warned.
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KA Brush
5 months ago
Nothing to recommend this place. Substandard service, amenities nothing to comment on. We left after one night's stay. A Holiday Inn is nicer than this place.
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Lloyd Colston
a year ago
Stacy Staggs
6 months ago
Very run down and poorly managed. After looking at the pictures on the website I decided to see about booking my daughters upcoming wedding here. The girl in charge of weddings and events told me that there was another function the week before, ending on the morning of the wedding, but that she didn’t think there would be a conflict since we only needed the ballroom and the amphitheater. I asked her if she could let me know as soon as possible one way or the other as the wedding was 3 months away. After trying to reach her numerous times in the next three weeks I decided to drive up there and see if this place was worth the trouble. I am so glad I made the trip, I was shocked how run down this place is. I spoke briefly with the people at the front desk who told me where to find the amphitheater and pavilions, which I found to be in complete disrepair. On my way to the car I finally got a call from the event coordinator who was furious that I had been up there asking around. She told me that we had spoken every day (only twice in three weeks) and that I was being very impatient. After seeing the place and speaking with the person in charge of weddings, I’m happy to say that we won’t be having it at Quartz Mountain Resort.
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B Sing
9 months ago
We stayed there one day. I do love the location as it is very scenic but this place is very poorly managed. If I was the owner of this place I would fire the front desk and the manager. We bought a deal on Groupon for a lake side king bed, when I arrived there I was told by Gary the front desk personal that they did not have the room I requested and somehow Groupon did not notify them about the booking. By the way I called couple of days back to confirm my booking again. I have a 7 month old baby and felt so inconvenienced when they gave us a regular queen bed room no view. Also the rooms were dated and there were two wasps alive that I killed myself in the room. I told the staff but they just shrugged it off. Imagine having a baby and dealing with a wasp. I felt I was totally ripped off for what I paid for. I would not ever go to that place again. it is a beautiful place but poorly managed. I would give this place a failure.
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A Google User
3 years ago
A excellent place with scenic and tranquilzing ambience. A spot to relax and calm your body. If you are into trekking, hiking, mountain climbing , photography, this is perfect place to go. The resort is surrounded by mountain and a lake. You can trek the mountains ( dont panic, they have designated trails to reach mountain peak). The guest services were awesome and Josh from the front desk was very helpful, kind. The food served in the restuarant (Sundane cafe) was remerkable. One of the best foods i ever had tasted before. The prices for food was nominal and i enjoyed the place. Soraya was one of our waitress, she was lovely and kind. Dont miss the place, it is worth going there !
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Barbara Abbott
a year ago