There is something for everyone in the Broken Bow lake/Beavers Bend State Park area.
If you like fishing, there is bass fishing on Broken Bow lake and fly fishing for trout on the Mt. Fork river. The trout are stocked twice a month.
If you would like to play golf, check out Cedar Creek golf course. The course is challenging with fast greens and lots of trouble in the woods. There are several holes with lake views. It is really a beautiful course, even if you lose a bunch of balls! Idabel Country Club is about 20 miles away with wide fairways and much more forgiving terrain.
Girls Gone Wine has a fun gift shop and tasty wine samplings. They also offer free wifi while you enjoy their patio and sip the vino. Vojai’s Winery also has a cute gift shop and a great selection of wines. Fish Tales is another winery with a great patio for sipping and tasting.
There are all sorts of water activities. Whether River rafting, canoeing, kayaking or just floating in tubes down the Lower Mountain Fork River or the Glover River, it’s a perfectly relaxing way to spend a few hours before heading back to you fabulous cabin in Beavers Bend to enjoy the company of your family and friends.
If you’d rather be on Broken Bow lake, Beavers Bend Marina has pontoon and ski boat rentals. They’ll even rent you inflatables so the kids can tube behind the boat. The marina also has jet ski rentals that are great for couples just wanting to cruise and tour the lake.
Water sports aren’t for you? How about some horseback riding. There a few options varying from no experience to super advanced.
Other attractions include paddle boats, bumper boats, mini golf, go carts, hiking, biking, scuba diving, the Forest Heritage Center, museums, children’s playground area, abundant wildlife, and so much more. Most of all…nature and relaxation.