If you are interested in winter hiking, then the Broken Bow, OK, the area is where you should get to know. There are lots of relaxing and challenging hiking trails in Beavers Bend. It’s a popular destination for lots of hikers. Broken Bow Cabin Lodging is a popular lodging option for those hiking trails in Beavers Bend. Here’s what we think are the best winter hiking trails in Beavers Bend.

Beaver Creek Trail

You can access this trail from the Nature Center in Beavers Bend State Park. As the name implies, the Beaver Creek Trail follows Beaver Creek for most of the path. The trail eventually intersects with South Park Trail. 

Forest Heritage Tree Trail

This is a great trail if you aren’t an avid hiker. The Forest Heritage Tree Trail is just more than one mile long and loops around on itself. One unique thing about this trail is that you will see Native American features like a statue and more.

David L. Boren Hiking Trail

The David L. Boren Hiking Trail is about 12 miles long. It’s a great trail because it connects to many other trails. One thing to note is that this trail does not loop. The trail is named after the former Oklahoma governor David Boren.

Explore The Best Of Beavers Bend In Winter

Get out there and trek through the best Beavers Bend hiking trails on your next vacation. Book through Broken Bow Cabin Lodging to find the best McCurtain County cabins. We have some spacious family cabins available in Oklahoma. Take a look at our offerings or get in touch with us, and we can walk you through booking your family cabin. We have places for any size family. For more information on making a reservation, please call us at 405-508-0534 or visit our website.