Raise your hand if you need to get back to the basics of love! Okay, so maybe we can't go all the way to Luckenbach, Texas because the drive is a tad too far. However, I am convinced all need to spend some time with our significant other after a year like 2020.

I have wanted to visit Broken Bow, Oklahoma for a while now. I first experienced Broken Bow in 2015 for a friend's Bachelorette party and that was an adventure that I'll never forget no matter how much alcohol was served.

I loved that there was so much to do. You can rent a jetski, get on a kayak and take in all the beautiful scenery. You can cool off in the beautiful lake that looks like it's straight out of a magazine. Don't want to be on the water? You can go on a hike.

Why not take your best friend or significant other on a fun adventure? I found a cabin that is simply perfect, I love the name too! Little Big Foot Cabin. Keep in mind epic cabins are not in short supply when it comes to Broken Bow. This is one that I am determined to rent out at some point.

Little Bigfoot Cabin in Broken Bow

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