The Mountain Creek Lodge of Oklahoma
- Where Our History Can Be Yours -
ABOUT THE MOUNTAIN CREEK LODGE
Once Upon A Time...In the 1930’s my grandparents, Fred and Dorothy Cornelius, had a general store called the Mountain Creek Store. They served the rural community between present day Kellyville and Bristow just 4 miles south of Route 66 and only 25 minutes Southwest of Tulsa.
They made their home next to the store and built the rock barn around 1940 as part of their working cattle ranch. The store burned down in the 1950's but the homestead and the rock barn remained. In 2010 our family decided to restore the barn and preserve not only our family history but also a bit of Oklahoma history as well.
We feel very fortunate to be able to share the Mountain Creek Lodge with you. The Lodge is a perfect blend of the barn's original architecture enhanced with upscale accents so we can offer you a venue with a sense of warm hospitality paired with rustic elegance.
There are 3 living areas, the main dining room, 2 gas fireplaces, 3 full size bathrooms, and a large patio on the East side of the lodge with a water feature. The full size kitchen makes sure you have ample room to prepare for your guests.
If serving alcohol we require Liquor Liability Insurance to be provided via a bartender or event insurance. We are happy to give you a quote for your specific needs. Please use the Contact Us tab for more information, schedule a tour or to book your event at the Mountain Creek Lodge of Oklahoma.
Photos taken by Expressions Photography and Laske Images.