SneakyTiki Restaurant & Brewery Some History
Lake Texoma Lodge & Resort has a long and rich history. One of the first resorts of its kind on Lake Texoma, The original resort was and is still known to many as the Hunman Lodge people mistook for "Honeymoon". Many of the resorts stone-walled villas (Suites) have been serving travelers and those looking to enjoy Lake Texoma since the 1950's.
While the resort has traded hands over the years, it was purchased in late 2013 by the Cronemiller family. Kathy Cronemiller's father, Gene Rochelle, was principal at Mead High School in the fifties.
"Having been raised in the area as a child, I made it a priority to bring the family to the lake on a regular basis. My husband, myself and three girls, spent countless weekends camping and boating at Catfish Bay.
While our children were young Lake Texoma was the perfect place to spend time together as a family. There was always so much to do." -Kathy
Reminiscing on how lively the lake once was, the Cronemiller's saw an opportunity to provide a special place for families that has been missing from the area since the State Lodge closed in 2008. We hope that the new Lake Texoma Lodge & Resort will allow guests to create the same wonderful memories that our family has had over the years. We think Lake Texoma is a special place. We think you'll think so too.