Broken Bow Lake: Located in Southeastern Oklahoma is part of the Oklahoma State Park system. Broken Bow Lake is located in one of the state’s most beautiful settings. The 22-mile long lake lies in the Ouachita Mountains of McCurtain County in southeastern Oklahoma, its crystal blue waters provide a variety of aquatic recreation including scuba diving. Beavers Bend State Park, located along the Mountain Fork River just below the dam, provides camping and many other recreational facilities. http://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.857
Beavers Bend Marina: Broken Bow Lake is considered the “Gem of the State,” and has the cleanest and clearest water in all of Oklahoma. The deep, clean, clear water at Beavers Bend Marina on Broken Bow Lake is ideal for family vacations and outings. http://www.beaversbendmarina.com/
Boat Rentals: Beavers Bend Marina at beautiful Broken Bow Lake, Oklahoma, features Slip Rentals, Jet Ski Rentals, Bass Fishing, Boat Rentals, Sales, as wells as Houseboat Rentals. https://www.beaversbendmarina.com/reservations/reservation.asp
Hiking: Lace up your hiking boots, grab a water bottle and point your compass towards southeast Oklahoma! As one of the state’s most popular outdoor oases, Beavers Bend State Park, home to the Forest Heritage Center Museum, offers miles of hiking trails to whisk you away on a great outdoors adventure. Ready to hit the trails; hike amidst the towering pines, trek through the rippling creeks and experience our state’s diverse terrain and outdoor wonders? Five nature trails and approximately 12 miles of hiking trails, for every skill level are displayed on the map below. Whether you’re an expert hiker or just enjoy recreational hiking trails, observe the trail descriptions, level of difficulty and safety information before you venture out. http://www.forestry.ok.gov/hiking-trails-in-beavers-bend-state-park
Horseback riding: The Beavers Bend Depot is located inside the Beavers Bend State Park, its perfect for all levels of riding, especially beginners and children. Their 2.5 Mile trail allows riders to catch a glimpse of deer and all sorts of wildlife. Hay rides also available. http://www.beavers-bend.com/horsebackriding.htm
Golf: It is the kind of golf course one would imagine finding in a pristine, pine-laden wilderness. And, in fact, the 18 holes that constitute Cedar Creek Golf Course were literally carved out of the wilds (the golf course abuts the McCurtain County Wilderness Area). Fairways cascade through stands of pine, oak, and hickory and past deer, fox, and wild turkey. More than one hole offers a fine view of Broken Bow Lake and the occasional glimpse of bald eagles. Cedar Creek is known for its narrow fairways and wooden roughs. http://www.beaversbend.com/golf.html
ATV Rentals: Located in southeastern Oklahoma this is mostly open timber land that is owned by the Weyerhauser Co. There are hundreds of miles of connecting roads that range from pig trails to hard packed gravel, between these are all types of trails. Terrain ranges from mountains to muddy bottoms. http://www.ouachitamountainatvrentals.com/
Kayaking, Canoeing and Tubing: Kayaking and tubing are a couple of the many things you can do while visiting the Broken Bow area. Here are a few links to rental companies.
Fishing: Beavers Bend State park in Broken Bow OK is known for its fly fishing!
Three Rivers Fly Shop
Wright Guide Service
Abendigo’s Grill & Patio
Beavers Bend Restaurant
Stevens Gap Restaurant
Shady Oak Restaurant
Hochatown BBQ Grill and Catering
Choctaw Casino Broken Bow
Help yourself to home-cooked dishes and BBQ by-the-pile at the Reel ‘Em In Cafe. Enjoy great entertainment in the Oak Tree Lounge, hundreds of your favorite slots and thousands paid out each day.