The scenic beauty of the park and the crystal clear water of the lake and Mountain Fork River, make Beavers Bend State Park one of the most popular resort area destinations in the Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas regions. It is located nine miles north of Broken Bow on Hwy 259A.
At Beavers Bend State Park, you will find nature trails, fly fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and a swimming beach. Paddle boats, playgrounds, horseback rides, train rides, bike trails, hiking trails, the Nature Center Museum, and the Forest Heritage Center are also features of the park.
Broken Bow lake is comprised of over 14,000 acres of clean, clear water that is surrounded by Kiamichi Mountains and forests. Broken Bow Lake is managed by the Corps of Engineers. Therefore, no cabins or homes are allowed to be built near the water. It's shorelines are filled with beautiful rocky cliffs and towering pines.
The marina at Broken Bow Lake offers Jet Ski, house boat, and boat slip rentals. This is currently the only marina located on the lake. Please visit their website to get complete information.
Biking and hiking trails are located throughout Beavers Bend State Park. From a simple ten minute stroll to a sixteen mile track, there is a trail to cover all levels and distances.
Click here to read an article on the trails
Click here to view a map of the trail in pdf format
Click here to view information on fishing & hunting licenses
Click here to download a visitor's guide in pdf format
Click here for Maps of Beavers Bend, Broken Bow Lake & McCurtain County
3 miles East Hwy 70, Broken Bow
Wild Goose Canoe & Kayak Rental:
Hwy 70 East, Broken Bow
WW Canoe Rental:
5 miles East Hwy 70
Beavers Bend Marina:
12 miles N Hwy259 Stevens Gap (580) 494-6455
Broken Bow Boat Center
Cedar Creek Golf Course:
9 miles N Hwy 259 Cedar Creek Exit
Idabel Country Club
Broken Bow Scuba Service:
Beavers Bend Land & Water Park:
In the Park (580) 494-6512
Please visit www.Beavers-Bend.com for a more complete list of area attractions.