Hiking is an outstanding way to experience the outdoors during the spring months. Oklahoma has some fantastic state parks, and that’s partially due to the number and quality of the hiking trails here. One of those stellar hiking state parks is Beavers Bend State Park. You’ll need proper lodging nearby if you plan to see all you can at Beavers Bend State Park, which you can find through Broken Bow Cabin Lodging. Continue reading for suggestions on where you should be hiking in Beavers Bend State Park.

Beaver Creek Trail

You can start hiking this trail from the Nature Center, which is one thing you shouldn’t overlook. It is about one mile long and takes you along Beaver Creek. It also crosses paths with other trails in the park, like South Park Trail and Forest Heritage Tree Trail.

David Boren Trail

The David Boren Trail is longer, but throughout its 12 miles, you will see what makes Beaver Bend State Park so special. This trail is named after former Oklahoma governor David Boren. It’s also a great way to find other trails, as it meets up with seven other trails, including The Beaver Lodge Trail, Cedar Bluff Nature Trail, Beaver Creek Trail, Southpark Trail, Lookout Mountain Trail, Deer Crossing Trail, and The Skyline Trail. By the way, this trail does not loop.

Lookout Mountain Trail

This is one of the best trails in the park if you want an amazing view of the park during spring. The trail is about two miles long and has a rocky path to traverse. Once you reach the end, you will see the park’s best view. You can also access this trail from the Deer Crossing Trail and the Cedar Bluff Nature Trail. 

Cedar Bluff Nature Trail

The Cedar Bluff Nature Trail is ideal for those looking for an easy and short trail to take. However, the lower portion of the trail might be closed due to flooding. If not, this trail is one of the best ways to get close to the creek without breaking a sweat.

Hike Beavers Bend State Park

You will not regret your decision to spend the day hiking in Beavers Bend State Park. By booking directly with Broken Bow Cabin Lodging, you can easily find the area’s best hiking trails, restaurants, and more. Look at our offerings or contact us; we can walk you through booking your cabin. We have cabins for any size family. For more information on making a reservation, please call us at 405-508-0534 or visit our website.