HGTV's House Hunters Cabin Edition Features Broken Bow

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This week, a new episode of HGTV's House Hunters will air. This Cabin Edition episode follows Dallas newlyweds Matthew Peters and Chris Lagrone to Broken Bow in search of their dream cabin, trading in the city life for a slower pace and the natural beauty of the area. One wants a chef kitchen and the other person once a traditional cabin. Will they find their dream home? Of course they will! Have you ever seen an episode of house hunters where the couple doesn't find their dream home? If you want to know the secret of how the couples find their home so quickly, click here (warning: spoilers, but we still love the show). 

You can join in on the watch party at Hochatown Saloon on February 21, sponsored by Choctaw Landing and hosted by Dian Jordan and Ashly Kuma.

Local news channel 4 KRON says: Broken Bow, Oklahoma, is a cabin haven that blends the serenity of lake life with the thrill of hiking, fishing, off-roading, and relaxation, all while staying in luxurious style. Conveniently located within an easy afternoon drive from Dallas/Fort Worth, OKC, Tulsa, or Arkansas, Broken Bow beckons with an unmatched getaway experience. Whether it’s a spontaneous escape from the city, a group retreat, or a gathering of friends, visitors are assured of finding their perfect cabin.

The House Hunters couple will likely find their dream cabin and/or consider cabins in Hochatown, Oklahoma. The original town of Hochatown was buried under water when Broken Bow Lake was created in 1970. Residents and some buildings were relocated to the west of the lake. When that happened, the next largest town was Broken Bow, so the entire area was called Broken Bow for years. In November 2022, Hochatown became an official city. The majority of the3,000+ vacation rental cabins are located in Hochatown. No vacation rental cabins are allowed in the city limits of Broken Bow.  

Stay at an Aiukli Cabin. Our location is unbeatable with paved roads, central location, and access to a shopping center and restaurants without having to get on a highway.