Located in the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains, nature enthusiasts find ample activities to immerse themselves in at Beavers Bend State Park. The park, along with Broken Bow Lake, is located about 9 miles north of Broken Bow. From spending a day on the hiking trails or driving north on Highway 259, there is an opportunity for all to experience the beauty of the Beavers Bend area.
Beavers Bend State Park
The Beavers Bend State Park area encompasses a variety of activities such as fly fishing on the lower Mountain Fork river, or hiking through the many trails. Biking trails are also a favorite and located throughout the area. Canoe, kayak, jet ski, and boat rentals are all available through area recreational rental companies. Beavers Bend Depot and Stables offers horseback, train, and hay rides. The train rides take place on a 1/3 scale train. The newly built National Forest Visitor Center, completed in late 2008, is located at the intersection of Hwy 259 and 259A. Here you will find area information.
Broken Bow Lake
Located next to Beavers Bend Resort Park is Broken Bow Lake. It is a clear, clean, and magnificent lake that stretches over 20 miles into the Ouchita and Kimichi wilderness. The lake consists of more than 14,000 acres and 180 miles of shoreline. Broken Bow Lakes shoreline is all natural. No docks or permanently connected structures are allowed. The shore is managed by the Corps of Engineers. The only area where you will find such buildings are at the one and only marina and the State Park's Lake View Lodge.
With it's pristine shimmer, the water attracts travelers year round. As for activities, guests of the lake will never fall short of finding something to do. Fishing, boating, jet skiing, scuba diving, parasailing, swimming, water skiing, and visiting one of the many islands shores, are all enjoyed time and time again.
Beavers Bend Hiking Trails
To get the true feel of the Kiamichi wilderness, one must take a journey on one of the many hiking trails. These trails range in length and skill level. All Hikers are asked to check in at the Forest Heritage Center and pick up a complete trail guide before heading out to the trails.
The Ouachita National Forest and the Three Rivers Wildlife Management areas is home to over 535,000 acres of land available for horseback riding.
The Beavers Bend Depot located inside Beavers Bend State Park is perfect for beginners and children; their 2.5 mile ride allows riders to catch a glimpse of deer and various types of wildlife.
Treat yourself to award-winning spa treatments. Body Harmony Day Spa is located at Hochatown Junction Station and provides unique "STRESS RELIEF" bodywork. There is a pure and natural uniqueness about a Body Harmony Session which is something you have never experienced before.
Restaurants in Beavers Bend
Restaurants located minutes from cabins listed on BrokenBowLakeCabins.com
Cedar Creek Golf Course - is located 9 miles North of Hwy 259, Cedar Creek Exit. For more info, please contact Cedar Creek Golf Course (580) 494-6456
Idabel Country Club - is located in Idabel, Oklahoma. (580) 286-7545
Beavers Bend Area Attractions
For a complete list of the attractions in the Beavers Bend area, please visit Beavers-Bend.com