The Sooner State features natural beauty, festivals, and mid-century culture for Oklahomans and out-of-state travelers. Staying at weed friendly places adds to the fun and experience.
So whether you are enjoying a vacation or a staycation, here are some of the best spots to enjoy the sights—and your cannabis.
Great Outdoors: Thousand Oaks Resort
A short drive to South Grand Lake and the Disney Dam off -roading area, Thousand Oaks Resort is a cannabis-friendly, adults-only resort in Mayes County. Guests may consume cannabis anywhere on the property, including in the cabins.
The resort also features gravity bongs and other smoking devices available for rent. A medical card is not required to book a cabin or visit the resort.
The property offers ample parking space for all water and off -roading toys. Guests can access the Disney Dam from the resort without using the Dam bridge.
Surrounded by 30 acres of woods to explore, the resort features 16 cabins (private hot tubs in six of them), RV park, saltwater swimming pool, basketball and volleyball courts, and fire pits. Relax in the spa room, which offers various services and in-room massage.
A 2,000-square-foot event barn accommodates cannabis-friendly parties, classes, weddings, family reunions, and corporate meetings. It is also pet-friendly (for pets 30 pounds and under).
Cabins with kitchens are fully stocked with utensils, dishware, pots, and pans. The RV pads include 30-amp power, water, sewer, and Wi-Fi. The property has several grills around the resort. While charcoal and other grilling supplies are not provided, its general store carries many items for a fun-filled day. The saltwater pool remains open for guests until Labor Day weekend.
Center of Attraction: The Hemp Hotel
Conveniently located 4½ miles from Oklahoma City’s bustling downtown, the state’s first cannabis-friendly motel is near many popular local attractions, such as the Paycom Center (which hosts events and concerts), Oklahoma Science Museum, Oklahoma City Zoo, Six Flags Frontier Theme Park, Cowboy Western Heritage Museum, Remington Race Track & Casino, and Bricktown Neighborhood.
As a bonus, guests with an OMMA Patient card and verification are treated with complimentary medicinal cannabis pre-rolls.
Camping in Style: Wilderness Homestead
This “Indica Inn & Sativa Suite” is in a private country setting outside the small city of Jay. Located southeast of Grand Lake of the Cherokees and northeast of Lake Eucha, Jay is celebrated as the Huckleberry Capital of the World and hosts the annual Huckleberry Festival each July 4.
A new one-mile wilderness hiking trail was recently added. While PHOTOS (FROM TOP): BY ANDREW LY / COURTESY HEMP HOTEL embracing the great outdoors, campers can enjoy the chiminea, fire pit, and scenic cave.
Other amenities include a new spa, outdoor TV, Wi-Fi, kitchen, and washer/ dryer. ATVs are also welcome. While cannabis is allowed, smoking indoors is prohibited.
Private Time: Oklahoma’s First Cannabis Friendly Bnb
BudandBreakfast.com lists this private residence (with a Superhost status on Airbnb) as available in Woodward, in the northwest region just south of the panhandle. For local flavor, there is the natural beauty and abundant wildlife of nearby Boiling Springs State Park.
Golfers can tee off at Boiling Springs Golf Club. Or you can explore the local culture at the restored 1920s Woodward Arts Theatre, and history at the Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum.
The listing is for the entire top floor, with the homeowners living downstairs. The spacious area includes two bedrooms, a family room, a dining nook, a bathroom, and a fun kids’ nook. Sleeping arrangements include one queen bed, a twin bed, and a queen hide-a-bed.
The primary bedroom consists of a closet with built-in drawers. The second bedroom features a small closet and storage cubes. Smoking and vaping are allowed outside.
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