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Beavers Bend Resort Park & Broken Bow Lake Map

Beavers Bend Oklahoma.Beavers Bend and Broken Bow Lake are one of the most popular recreational getaway locations in the Oklahoma, Arkansas, North Texas region. Beavers Bend and Broken Bow Lake are located in southeastern Oklahoma, off US-259.

Beavers Bend State Park is located at the base of Broken Bow Lake. Mountain Fork River flows from Broken Bow Lake through Beavers Bend State Park, providing visitors beautiful scenery as well as canoeing, kayaking and trout fishing. At the park's excellent nature center, visitors can get a close look at the area's wildlife.

Beavers Bend State Park is also known as Beavers Bend Resort Park. The park has a year round naturalist and a nature center that runs campfire programs on the banks of the Mountain Fork River.

The David L. Boren Trail has 16 miles of hiking trails, with 4 miles of multi-purpose trails. The trail follows ridge tops, goes through stands of tall timber and over creek bottoms.

The bend in Beavers Bend refers to a part of Mountain Fork River that takes almost a 180 degree turn. Also known as a bend.

The Forest Heritage Center has a collection of historical documents, antique logging tools, a research library and 14 dioramas. Many of Beaver Bend Resort Park's festivals and events take place at the Heritage Center, including the Spring Wood Art Festival and the Beavers Bend Folk Festival in November.

Broken Bow Lake.Hochatown State Park is adjacent to Beavers Bend State Park. Hochatown SP was originally part of Beavers Bend SP, but was made a separate park geared towards Broken Bow Lake, rather than Beavers Bend. Lakeview Lodge, with 40 rooms, is in Hochatown State Park.

There are numerous lodging options in the area of Beavers Bend and Broken Bow Lake. In Hocatown State Park, in addition to the Lakeview Lodge, there are 47 cabins, some with river views. There are RV and tent campsites.

Activities in the Beavers Bend Broken Bow Lake area include golfing at the 18 hole Cedar Creek Golf Course, biking, hiking, walking nature trails, volleyball, tennis, fishing, water skiing, nature center programs, river floating, paddleboats, miniature golf, bumper boats, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking and scuba diving.

Broken Bow Lake is one of the most beautiful locations in Oklahoma. The lake has 180 miles of shoreline and covers 14,220 acres, stretching 22 miles into the Quachita mountains.

Tall trees reflected in the crystal clear water, mountainous topography in what is often referred to as Oklahoma's "Little Smokies" the Beavers Bend area is a nature lover's paradise.The clear water of Broken Bow Lake makes for year round fishing. More than 12,000 acres surrounding the lake are open for hunting.

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