Suggestions for enjoying the perfect "Beavers Bend Adventure"

Arrive at your beautiful cabin, unpack and head out to Beavers Bend State Park , nestled among tall trees on one side and the Lower Mountain Fork River on the other, to enjoy the ultimate in nature's beauty and relaxation.

Day 1:

Morning - Nothing beats an early morning spent on the water surrounded by the vibrant shades of turning leaves reflecting off crystal clear lake waters. Through the end of October, rent a canoe from Beavers Bend River Floats and watch the sun rise over Broken Bow Lake, or try your luck fishing on the Mountain Fork River. Head to Beavers Bend Fly Shop, located within the state park, to stock up on tackle, learn the best fishing holes or learn how to fly fish from a guide.

Afternoon - Once you've worked up an appetite, head over to the on-site Beavers Bend Restaurant for traditional and hearty American fare. Dine on the outdoor patio to enjoy a wonderful view of the Lower Mountain Fork River with its peaceful flowing water surrounded by majestic cypress trees. Then, continue your outdoor adventure with a hike on the renowned David Boren Hiking Trail. Take a stroll under trees heavy with colorful leaves within the trail system, which is comprised of seven smaller trails that allow guests to mix-and-match according to their time limit and skill level. For horseback riding, head to the Beavers Bend Depot Inc. to enjoy a one hour trail ride that crosses 2.5 miles of beautiful terrain.

Evening - After a long day outdoors, refuel at Abendigo's Grill & Patio in Broken Bow. Located a short distance from Beavers Bend State Park, diners at Abendigo's are treated to upscale American cuisine in a relaxing atmosphere. Linger on the patio to enjoy live music or head back to your cabin and gaze at a night full of stars.

Day 2:

Morning - Nestle under warm, soft covers in your private cabin a little longer than normal, then get ready for another fun-filled day in Broken Bow. Satisfy your caffeine cravings with a trip to The Hocha Mocha and indulge in a fall-inspired drink like spice chai tea or pecan praline latte, as well as a fresh-made pastry. Then, visit Body Harmony Day Spa for a relaxing massage and work out any remaining tension from the previous day's adventures.

Afternoon - After your massage, drive over to Girls Gone Wine where you can sample from their 16 unique wines and take home a bottle for later. Then, stock up on thick-cut slabs of handmade fudge from WhipPoorWill Resort & Fudge Shop. With a mixture of tried-and-true favorites as well as seasonal specialties, you're sure to find something to love. Take a leisurely afternoon drive and find the perfect place to picnic. Spread out a blanket under a grove of cyprus trees, snack on your sweet treat and watch as crimson leaves slowly swirl to the ground on a gentle fall breeze.

Evening - A trip to Broken Bow wouldn't be complete without dining at Grateful Head Pizza Oven & Tap Room. Warm up inside amongst giant pizza ovens and the restaurant's rustic atmosphere or visit the outdoor dining area where a giant fireplace and space heaters will keep you toasty under the clear night sky. Order one of their hand-tossed specialty pizzas, each of which comes with fun names like psychedelic supremo, maui waui and tree hugger.

Special tip: If you visit Broken Bow during the second weekend of November, check out the Beavers Bend Folk Festival & Craft Show. This annual event features turn-of-the-century demonstrations, arts and crafts, live music, a petting zoo and more.

Can't miss: Another must-see on any southeast Oklahoma trip is the Talimena National Scenic Byway. This renowned fall foliage drive spans 54 miles in Talihina, roughly one hour north of Broken Bow. A mixture of winding roads and breathtaking scenic vistas draw travelers from across the nation each fall, so be sure to check it out on your way into or out of Broken Bow.

Area Attractions


Girls Gone Wine
A fun place where you can taste and purchase wine, socialize on the patio,
make your own wine with your personalized label and
shop in their very unique gift shop.

Broken Bow Lake

McCurtain County is the place to visit for all kinds of water sports! Start with Broken Bow Lake with over 14,000 acres of pristine deep water lake. Broken Bow Lake is incredibly clear and cool because its 180 miles of shore is lined with the forest covered Kiamichi Mountains , not commercial development.

Bring your own boat or rent a wide variety of water craft at the lake including ski boats, pontoon boats and house boats. You can also rent jet skis, canoes, paddle boats and inner tubes. Snorkeling and scuba diving is also very popular because of the clear water of Broken Bow Lake and scuba rental and support is available.

Beavers Bend Resort Park

The Scenic beauty of Beaver's Bend Resort Park makes it one of Oklahoma 's most popular resort areas. The crystal clear water of the lake and river, as well as the 100 foot pine trees, makes the park the perfect location for your next outing.

Much of the charm of Beavers Bend Resort Park lies in the fact that when the park was built in 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the materials of choice came from the land itself: slabs on native stone, and hardwood timbers thicker than a man's chest. From them, CCC crews fashioned cabins, stair-cases, fireplaces, campsites, and even the Forest Heritage Center and Museum, which now doubles as the Beavers Bend Resort Park office.

Beavers Bend Resort Park is located six miles north of Broken Bow on Hwy 259 north, turn right on 259a to the park. If you want privacy in a natural setting with all of the comforts of home, join us at Beavers Bend Resort Park . See you soon!

Forest Heritage Center

Beavers Bend Nature Center

Beavers Bend Gift Shop

Uncle Charlie's Old Time Photos

Travel back to the turn of the century as the town sheriff or a colonel in the Confederate or Union army. Pretend you are a proud southern belle, a carefree flapper or old town saloon girl. Select from the Wild or Formal West, Victorian or Civil War periods. Just for the fun of it! Prices start at $25.00 per session for one 8x10, or two 5x7. Located on the west side of Hwy. 259, just 2 miles north of 259-A - the main entrance into Beavers Bend State Park, inside Secluded Acres Country Store.

Body Harmony Day Spa

Reservations: 580-236-7777 or 580-208-0448

A 90 minute Body Harmony Session is MORE than just a massage It's the most relaxing experience you've ever had. With Body Harmony MASSAGE & RELAXING has a whole new meaning.

Sink deep into a 6 to 12 inches memory foam mattress. This is the comfort of the Body Harmony Instrument Bed. Soothing music vibrates and resonates through your body at a cellular level, While surround-sound fills the room.

"No talking - Just Relax - Don't lift a finger". While pure Shea Butter is slowly "drizzled" over your chest, "dripped" around your neck, And "drizzled" at your hairline, and then........ "A-h-h-h" neck - shoulders - face - scalp s-l-o-w-l-y massaged.

Dead Sea Mud is gently painted onto your face and your head is shrouded in hot, moist, steamy towels. Your body is "drizzle-bathed" in warm, melted Shea Butter... and massaged.

Dead Sea Salts are "sprinkled" and gently massaged... EXFOLIATION!

Hot, moist, steamy towels are "wrapped" As butter and salts mingle and melt, and rich minerals and nutrients are absorbed. Endorphins are released... EUPHORIA!

Beyond Harmony Gift Shop


IT'S A WOMEN'S CO-OP "Come outa the box with us!" Right up the road from Body Harmony Day Spa is a special place to shop that we created just for YOU!

Each Beyond Harmony Co-op lady is in business for herself ~ What she is sharing for retail sale is an expression of her own unique creativity ~

Very unique gift items and many are one of a kind. Each item follows the Body Harmony theme: Everything that releases endorphins! Love - Kindness - Encouragement - Hope - Peace - Joy - Relationship - Comfort - Beauty This is the place to find what you are looking for.

Location: Hochatown Junction Station 7 miles north from Broken Bow, Oklahoma Directly across 259 entrance to Beavers Bend State Park


Abendigo’s Grill & Patio

Beavers Bend Restaurant

Stevens Gap Restaurant

Shady Oak Restaurant

Hochatown BBQ Grill and Catering

Choctaw Casino Broken Bow
Help yourself to home-cooked dishes and BBQ by-the-pile at the Reel 'Em In Cafe. Enjoy great entertainment in the Oak Tree Lounge, hundreds of your favorite slots and thousands paid out each day. "This is where we play!" ... Choctaw Casino - Broken Bow.

Water Activities


Three Rivers Fly Shop

Wright Guide Service
Ethan Wright

Broken Bow Lake Guide Service
Phone: 580-494-6447
Cell: 870-582-4561

Boat Rentals

Lakeway Marine

Beavers Bend Marina
Broken Bow, OK


Wild Goose Canoe & Kayak Rental

Ambush Canoe Rentals ( Lower Mt. Fork River )
Broken Bow, OK

Ace Canoe & Kayak Rental (Lower Mt. Fork )
Broken Bow, OK
580-584-6135 or 1-888-811-1207

Beavers Bend River Floats ( Lower & Upper Mt. Fork River )
Broken Bow, OK

River Rats Canoe and Kayak Rentals

Lucky Dog River Floats
5570 E US HWY 70 , Broken Bow, OK 74728

Mountain Fork River Tours
Kenneth Ashalintubbi
Ben & Lane Trevino

Broken Bow Lake Duck Tours
Beavers Bend State Park

Scuba Diving

Broken Bow Scuba Service
Broken Bow, OK

Paddle Boats

Beavers Bend Land and Water Park
8 Beavers Bend Rd
Broken Bow OK 74728
Come enjoy Boat Rentals, Mini-Golf, Snow Cones, Swim Beach and Concessions. Boat Rentals include: Paddleboats, Canoes, Kayaks, and now Stand-up Paddleboards! Located inside Beavers Bend State Park at public swim beach on Mt. Fork River.

Wilderness/ATV/Off-Road Activities

Oklahoma ATV Rules and Access - Effective August 1, 2008
All recreational use of all-terrain vehicles (ATV's) and off-road vehicles (ORV's) is prohibited on Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area. New Rules Here

From the period of October 1 - January 15 properly licensed deer hunters may use ATV/ORV's for deer hunting dependent activities only.

Beavers Bend Resort Park
7 mi. N Hwy 259

Ouachita National Forest
North of Broken Bow, Hwy 259

A to Z Guest Ranch Trail Riding

Your Team Wins
9 mi. N Hwy 259

Glover River Trail Rides

Beavers Bend Bikes
Mountain Bike Rental 12 mi. N Hwy 259

Silver Creek Cabins ATV Trail Rides

Antlers Motor Sports
Antlers OK is located just off the Indian Nation Turnpike on Hwy 3, about 1 hour west of Broken Bow, OK.

Bigfoot Jeep Rentals
24 Crooked Oaks Lane, Broken Bow, OK 74728
580-306-JEEP (5337)


18-Hole Championship Course

Cedar Creek Proshop
North of Broken Bow

Miniature Golf

Hochatown Amusements
Located across from the Beaver's Bend Resort Park entrance

Miniature Golf Course
Located in Beaver's Bend Resort Park


Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum
7 mi. N Hwy 259

Museum of the Red River
812 E Lincoln Road, Idabel

Forest Heritage Center
Beavers Bend Resort Park

Gardner Mansion and Museum
Located 6 miles east of Broken Bow
Call 580-584-6588 for an appointment


Beavers Bend Depot
7 mi. N Hwy 259

Choctaw Casino
South Park Drive, Broken Bow

Hochatown Amusements
Gopher Golf, 7 mi. N Hwy 259

Hochatown Petting Zoo
South Park Drive, Broken Bow
9177 US 259 N, Broken Bow, OK 74728

Rugaru Adventures (Zipline)
2658 Stevens Gap Rd., Broken Bow, OK 74728

Bigfoot Speedway
Stevens Gap Rd., Broken Bow, OK 74728

Hochatown Escape Games
19 Oak Leaf Lane, Broken Bow, OK 74728


Janet's Treasure Chest
Located at the gateway to Hochatown on Hwy. 259. Antiques, collectables & glass. Kids Corner is filled with camping fun in mind. Browse their selection of jewelry, cowboy hats, kitchen accents, wind chimes, lava lamps, souvenir items, cabin decor. Unique & unusual decor & accessories.

Hochatown Express - Shuttle & Transit Service
Providing transportation for Hochatown, Beavers Bend, Broken Bow & Idabel areas. Service to all cabins, parks, lake, marina, river, golf courses, restaurants, casinos & local attractions.

Call 580-494-6443

Open 7 Days a Week
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Midnight

Hochatown Express, LLC
6639 North Hwy 259
Broken Bow, OK 74728

Other links:

For a complete list of area events and attractions, visit our county tourism website!

From McCurtain County Getaways:

Hiking Trails List

ATV Riding

Dining Options

Area Museums


Indoor Recreation