Broken Bow is in scenic Southeast Oklahoma at the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains and is the home of the popular Beavers Bend State Park, the Mountain Fork River, and the Broken Bow Lake. The luscious green forests with 100 foot pine trees and the crystal clear water offer a fun-filled environment for exciting outdoor activities such as trout fishing in the richly abundant waters of Mountain Fork River, mountain biking, four-wheeling, horseback riding, hunting, miniature golf, tennis, volleyball, bird watching, picnicking, and many other enjoyable choices including exploring nature on the 26-mile David Boren Hiking Trail.
Broken Bow Lake
The editors of "FLW Outdoors Magazine" named this lake as one of the greatest bass fisheries in America! In addition, the trout streams are stocked throughout the year and contain two catch and release areas. With 180 miles of shoreline and 14,220 surface acres of lake, it is one of Oklahoma's most scenic and active lakes. You can canoe the rapids of the Lower Mountain Fork. You can also enjoy paddle boating, scuba diving, and river float trips.
Cedar Creek Golf Course
This 18-hole golf course is located on-site in Beavers Bend State Park, and it requires no tee time. Just the perfect answer for an avid golfer who would like to include a round of golf on vacation! When you do your search for an outdoor adventure destination that provides relaxing privacy in a natural setting but has all the comforts of home, be sure to check out Broken Bow Lake Cabins and its spectacular surrounding area and activities. These cabins are perfect for two people wanting to spend a honeymoon or alone time or up to large groups that want to have a family reunion. You can even bring your pet!