RESORT & FITNESS FACILITY
Located 17 miles north of Altus in the Wichita Mountains of southwestern Oklahoma near the Texas border, Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center is ideally located just two and a half hours from Oklahoma City and four hours from Dallas, TX making it the perfect location for your exclusive VIP fitness escape.
Southwest Oklahoma's premiere destination resort retains an element of the mystical and sacred that contributes to the overall atmosphere of the lodge-style hotel. Custom, hand painted art donated to the resort provides a visual of the rich heritage. Come hike in the mountains, go boating on the lake, play a round of golf, explore the Arts Institute, or just relax at the lodge!
Though Quartz Mountain Resort is located in an isolated spot, guests can still keep in touch with the outside world. Guests have access to Wi-Fi high-speed internet in their rooms and there is complimentary Wi-Fi in the lobby of the resort.
Located within the 4600 acres Quartz Mountain Nature Park which is located in the Wichita Mountain Range, the resort offers guests more than just beautiful views.
Hotel amenities include:
4,800 sq. ft. Grand Ballroom (5 breakout room opportunities)
2,350 sq. ft. pre-function area
5 enclosed group pavilions with lake views (central heat & air)
Performing Arts Hall (seating for 697)
18-hole golf course with driving range
Bass & trout fishing
Nature & interpretive hiking
Swimming pool & whirlpool
Eagle watching from November through March
6,400 acre Lake Altus
Nature Center with year-round programs & activities
Water slides (Seasonal)
Miniature golf (Seasonal)
Paddle boats (Seasonal)
Scenic dining in Sundance Cafe
Badger Library - perfect for board meetings
Complimentary Wi-Fi in hotel lobby
Complimentary high speed Internet in rooms
Quartz Mountain Visitor/Nature Center
The center is located one-half mile from the park entrance. Park information and brochures on local attractions are available for guests. Park Rangers can be contacted by calling the visitor center. The Nature Center features seasonal displays of park wildlife, plant life and geologic history. Hands-on exhibits include a touch table, tracks pit, and quiz board. The Naturalist also provides weekend nature programs throughout the summer. Hours of operation are from 8:00am to 12:00pm an 1:00 to 5:00pm daily. Call 580-563-2666 for more information.
Quartz Mountain Fun Park & Water Slide
Get a double dose of water thrills on the double waterslide, then visit next door to enjoy the go-carts, bumper cars, Ferris wheel, petting zoo, and kiddy rides. Open the 3rd weekend of April until the last weekend of April until the last weekend of September with operating hours of 10:00am to 10:00pm. Call 580-563-2511 for more information.
Quartz Mountain Paddleboats & Minature Golf
Enjoy an 18-hole miniature golf course, take a ride in a paddleboat or canoe, or browse in the gift shop. Open daily May 1st through Labor Day. Open weekends only during April and the 2 weeks following Labor Day with operating hours of 10:00am to 8:00pm for paddle coats and canoes Sunday through Thursday and 10:00am to Dusk on Friday and Saturdays. Miniature Golf operating hours are 10am to 8pm Sunday through Thursday and 10:00am to 10:00pm Friday and Saturday. Call 580-563-2465 for more information.
Lake Altus offers four boat ramps that are located throughout the park. Two unlighted ramps are located in the Lake View campground and Beach Haven area. Lighted ramps are available at Hicks Mountain and in the Live Oak campground.
Off Road Vehicle Park
The Eagles Roost - Located on the north shore of Lake Altus this area is for ATV and motorcycle riders. Winding trails through wooded dunes and along the lakeshore provide off-road enthusiasts hours of entertainment. All vehicles must be equipped with a colored, 10-foot whip flag. Full cover helmets are strongly suggested. The off-road area is open from sunrise to sunset from April 1 to September 30. There is a $5.00 activity fee. Contact the Quartz Mountain State Park Office for information 580-563-2238.
Quartz Mountain Trails & Hiking
Sunrise Trail - ½ Mile Long, travel time ½ hour one-way or 1 hour round trip. Moderate to difficult in challenge level. This trail starts across the street from the Twin Peaks Performance Hall driveway and climbs Quartz Mountain behind the lodge. Sunset Loop - ¼ Mile Long, travel time ½ hour round trip. Moderate challenge level. This trail starts by the Great Plains Amphitheatre and climbs the Quartz Mountain, then meanders through the valley on the opposite side. It does share part of the Sunrise trail at the beginning and the end. Cave Trail - 200 Yards Long, travel time 10 minutes one way or 25 minutes round trip. Moderate challenge level. This trail starts near the shore behind the Great Plains Amphitheatre, enters the woods and quickly climbs to a very small cave. Please respect any of the wildlife that may inhabit the cave. You are a visitor to their home. Twin Peaks Trail - ¼ Mile Long, travel time is 20 minutes one-way or 45 minutes round trip. This former roadbed will be developed into a paved handicap-accessible trail sometime in the future. Currently it is an easy walk around the point, great for bird watching! New Frontier Trail - ½ mile long, travel time is 1 ½ hours round trip. This is a moderate level trail. Trail starts ¼ mile south of Lodge on the gravel road leading to the water tower. Sturdy hiking shoes or boots are required.
Come and stay in one of the 118 custom decorated deluxe guestrooms or two luxurious suites that come complete with complimentary high speed internet access, coffee makers and private patios or balconies. Each room is appointed with pine furniture and brightly colored lodge décor. Offering views of the Mountains surrounding the 6,400-acre Lake Altus-Lugert or the circular courtyard, a nod to the council ring used by the Kiowa and other Plains tribes, the rooms feature full size work desks and original art work.
Additionally, Quartz Mountain offers cabin accommodations. Eight of our cabins have two bedrooms, fireplaces and kitchenettes, plus a Murphy bed in the living area. They can sleep up to six people comfortably. One of our cabins, a three-bedroom, offers sleeping accommodations for up to eight people and is furnished with a full kitchen, two full bathrooms and a fireplace. For large groups, Mountainview Bunkhouse accommodates up to 64 with two full-size kitchens and four restroom facilities.