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Beavers Bend State Resort Park,Broken Bow,Oklahoma

Beavers Bend State Park is a 1,300 acres Oklahoma state park located in McCurtain County.

Beavers Bend State Resort Park,Broken Bow,Oklahoma
FORDF250HDXLT, Dec 23, 2016
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      The Forest Heritage Center Museum is located in Beavers Bend State Park (north of Broken Bow, Oklahoma). Operated by the Forest Heritage Center Advisory Board and Oklahoma Forestry Services, the museum houses historical documents, antique forestry tools, wood art, homestead memorabilia, and a research library filled with books, periodicals, and other materials pertaining to forestry.

      The scenic beauty of Beavers Bend Resort Park makes it one of Oklahoma's most popular resort areas. Beavers Bend Resort Park includes Beavers Bend State Park. Hochatown State Park, Lakeview Lodge and Cedar Creek Golf Course. The crystal clear water of the lakes and rivers, as well as the 100-ft. pine trees, make us the perfect location for your next outing. If you want privacy in a natural setting with all of the comforts of home, join us at Beavers Bend Resort Park.

      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.

      Don't forget the binoculars!


      Forest Heritage Center and Museum | Oklahoma Forestry Services

      Beavers Bend Resort Park

      It's not only really cool to check out inside this massive vacation park for campers,fisherman,water boating,swimming and extensive hiking but my favorite part; The museum is FREE! This rv/cabin state park is a real treasure.Too crowded for my taste,as I prefer to get back where no one is around but this place is a fantastic place to take the family and go have fun.Even in the winter months,when I travel,it's a pretty hot spot.I can only imagine what it's like in the summer.It's popular for a reason though.It's nice!When I say nice,I mean really nice.You'll meet people who travel from all over in here.If your a retiree with a camper,don't miss it!You'll find yourself stopping whenever going through the area every single time thereafter.I can imagine some people get down in here and never want to leave.
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