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EED an escape from the daily grind? Owners Art and June Box invite you to leave your cares behind and re-connect with nature at beautiful Pine Lodge


Enjoy a crackling fire in your cabin fireplace on a crisp evening, soak in the hot tub on your own private deck, or take a stoll through the lovely wooded property. These are all part of the soothing experience at Pine Lodge. Art and June are making it even easier for you to decompress in 2013. They want you to experience Pine Lodge and it’s cozy cabins — again or for the first time — because they are confident you’ll want to keep coming back time and time again.


From now through the end of the year, guests who


mention the Co-op Connections Card when they book a stay at Pine Lodge Resort will save 20 percent on nightly cabin rentals (please note this promotion cannot be com- bined with other offers and excludes holiday stays). Pine Lodge is tucked away amongst 25 acres of wooded hills on the western shores of Grand Lake. Wildlife abounds amid the peaceful setting. All is quiet, save for the occa- sional chirping squirrel.


Scattered throughout the resort are ten quaint, log cabins—some at water’s edge—that rent on a nightly basis. The private cabins sleep up to four people. Each has a queen bed and a fold-out.


Cabins are equipped with many of the comforts of home. Each has a full bathroom, shower, refrigerator, satellite television, dining area, wood-burning fireplace, and a hot tub outside on the deck. “We furnish the wood for the fireplaces, and the hot tubs are always ready. Guests can just kick back and relax when they arrive,” Art said.


Centrally located within the heart of the resort is a large clubhouse that contains space sufficient to host a large gathering. It also houses a lounge area, full kitchen, and games such as table tennis and foosball.


Pine Lodge Resort invites you to consider use of its clubhouse for your next family reunion, business meeting or holiday celebration.


Art and June moved to Grand Lake in 1992 from the


Tulsa area. They built a home and broke ground on the neighboring resort in 2002. They have made many friends over the years who have enjoyed the serenity of Grand Lake during a getaway stay in one of the resort’s cozy cottages.


Pine Lodge Resort is a popular destination for people seeking an escape from stress, regardless of the season. “We’re open year around,” Art said. “People aren’t necessarily staying with us because of the lake. They’re 6


Northeast Connection


Pine Lodge owners Art and June Box celebrated the resort’s 10-year anniversary with a 2012 Red Bud Award.


coming here to get away from it all.”


Pine Lodge is located just a couple of miles east of Ketchum on Highway 85A. The resort offers a complimen- tary shuttle service, which is perfect for those flying in to nearby South Grand Lake Regional Airport. Art and June also have an RV park and manage the Harwood House, an accommodation suited perfectly for larger groups and located at nearby Arrowhead Point. To book a stay or for more information, call Pine Lodge Resort at 918-782-1400 or visit online at www.pinelodgeresort.com. Be sure and mention the Co-op Connections Card to take advantage of the special 20% discounted rate on nightly cabin rentals. If you visit online, you can take a vitual tour and watch the featured video segment produced by Discover Oklahoma.


Pine Lodge Resort was recognized as an award-winning destination in 2009 by the Oklahoma Department of Tourism. More recently, the resort was selected as a 2012 recipient of the prestigious Red Bud Award from the Okla- homa Tourism and Recreation Department. “Accepting the Red Bud Award was a great way for the resort to celebrate its ten-year anniversary,” said June with a smile.


For a complete list of local Co-op Connections Card


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