it's cabin time™ in Park Hill
Rental cabins, cottages, lodges and homes in Park Hill, OK, are settled in the midst of dozens of unique historical landmarks, perfect for the family that likes to travel and learn together. Pack a picnic and take a day trip around the area to view the historic structures — some of them still standing after almost 200 years!
Park Hill is a small, picturesque community located in the southwestern corner of Oklahoma's scenic Cherokee Country. Founded in 1838, Park Hill has a rich history as the home of many influential Cherokee leaders, including John Ross. Park Hill is also the home base of one of Oklahoma's earliest printing presses: the Park Hill Mission Press, established in 1829.
Other interesting spots to visit include the area's first post office circa 1838, and the National Society of Colonial Dames marker that declares Park Hill the "Center of Cherokee culture." This small town offers a lot of rich Native American history to explore with friends or family.
Be sure to talk with your rental owner or local manager about the many Park Hill events and places to visit!
• Cherokee Heritage Center
• John Ross Museum
• George M. Murrell Home
• Burnt Cabin Marina
• Cherokee Landing State Park
• Paddle Tenkiller