Beavers Bend Cabins
Beavers Bend Log Cabins offers ten Broken Bow Cabins just 5 to 10 minutes from Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park, Oklahoma. Each cabin is set deep in the Kiamichi wilderness, surrounded by towering pines and enormous hardwoods. Our Beavers Bend cabins are set in highly sought after areas, far away from busy roads and highway 259 traffic noise. We are roughly three to fours hours from the Dallas and Fort Worth area, making these Broken Bow Cabins a great escape from city life.
As owners, managers and cleaners of the Spokane, and Burnt Whiskey cabins, we have now added The Beavers Bend Hideaway properties as part of our management company. These additional six cabins, along with a private community center, two fishing ponds, hills, creeks, and trails, are all located on a private 40 and 20 acre section of land. All of the cabins we offer, just north of Broken Bow, Oklahoma, are locally owned and maintained. All cabins are fully furnished.
Burnt Whiskey, Spokane and Autumn Pointe, are each located on two private acres. They are approximately 2 miles east of highway 259, off of 259A, the southern Beavers Bend State Park road. These settings offer that hard to find seclusion and privacy so many visitors to the area seek out. The 20 and 40 private acres, exclusive to the Seclusion, Shaui Chukka, Bear's Den, Water's Edge, Redbud Retreat, and Tranquility cabins, offer a private setting unlike any other in the area. 20 of the private acres are all reserved for guests staying at the Seclusion cabin, which is located just south of the 40 acre tract. The community center, also located on the 40 acres, can be rented for weddings, church events, family reunions, or any type of gathering. Surrounding these properties are dense pine trees and enormous hardwoods, giving you the authentic feel of the Kiamichi wilderness.
There are private rental cabins spread throughout the Beavers Bend area. Year after year they are becoming more popular, as travelers make their first trip to the area. In Beavers Bend State Park, you can fly fish on the Lower Mountain Fork River, or hike on over 15 miles of trails. Canoeing, kayaking, and boating are all available through area recreational rental companies. Horseback riding and miniature train rides are offered through Beavers Bend Depot and Stables. In June you can celebrate all aspects of the forest during the Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest. In the Fall enjoy the arts and crafts at the annual Beavers Bend Folk Festival. Also, the colors of the Autumn foliage rival those found anywhere in the U.S.