Whether you're fly fishing on the Lower Mountain Fork or trolling for bass on Broken Bow Lake, local guides can show you the perfect spots.
Located in the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains, nature enthusiasts find ample activities to immerse themselves in at Beavers Bend State Park and Broken Bow Lake. Our cabins are located as close to the Beavers Bend State Park as you can get. 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.
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. Broken Bow Lake is one of the best year-round fishing spots in Oklahoma. Broken Bow Lake offers great fishing for Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, White Bass, Walleye, Crappie, Channel Catfish, and Sunfish.
Located in Beavers Bend State Park, now known as "The Wood Art Capital of Oklahoma," is a museum and features unique displays of the area.
To get the true feel of the Kiamichi wilderness, one must take a journey on one of the many hiking trails ranging in lengths from one to 12 miles throughout the Beavers Bend State Park area.
Canoe, kayak, and paddle boat rentals are available for those wishing to experience the crystal clear waters of the Lower Mountain Fork River inside the park.
If you are planning on bringing your boat, you can find out the current Broken Bow Lake water level by visiting this website below.
And there’s no better way to take that relaxation to the next level than with a massage from one of the many licensed therapists in the Beavers Bend area.