Wilderness Lakefront Resort Cabin Rentals on Beautiful Broken Bow Lake
Near Beavers Bend State Park
Open All Year
Fall - good crappie fishing, beautiful fall foliage at the beginning of November, cooler weather great for hiking, views of Broken Bow Lake, cool nights great for camp fire in the gazebo, deer hunting, turkey hunting
Spring - best fishing, dogwoods and red buds bloom usually at the beginning of April, nice hiking weather, turkey hunting season
Winter - deer hunting in December, hiking, occasional snow, great campfire weather, great views of Broken Bow Lake
Summer - swimming, hiking, canoeing, fishing in early morning and late evening or night
We have a swimming pool and hiking trails.We are family owned and operated; our cabins are not run by a management company. We live on the property, allowing us to provide outstanding customer service! All of our cabins are on the same property and within walking distance, but not too close together, making our location a great place for family reunions or groups.
2. Do you have Broken Bow lake access?
Yes, we are nestled on a hill, and the lake is just below us on the North side and wraps around to the East side of the property.
We have a nature trail between cabins 5 & 6 that winds through the forest to the water.
The McCurtain County Wilderness Area is adjacent to us and has a boat ramp that is only 3/10 of a mile from the cabins. You can launch a boat or fish from the bank or just enjoy the views, but it is not a designated swimming area.
Cabins 5,6,7 & 8 have views of Broken Bow Lake during Spring, Fall, and Winter, when there are few leaves on the trees.
3. What activities do you have?
Swimming, hiking, fishing, close to hunting, watching/photography of nature and wildlife, horseshoe pit, volleyball, fire pit gazebos for grilling and enjoying a fire.
We are also 25 minutes from Beavers Bend State Park where you will find horseback riding, fly fishing, canoeing, scenic train ride, Cedar Creek Golf Course, marina with boat rentals, Broken Bow lake swimming area, bumper boats, miniature golf, hiking trails, and the Forest Heritage Center Museum.
4. What should I bring? Where can I get supplies?
Food, beverages, ice, charcoal, lighter fluid, bug repellent, sunscreen, swimming towels, basic first aid supplies, if allergic epipen and Benedryl
WalMart in Broken Bow is not a Super WalMart, so they do not have meat or produce. Pruett's is a full grocery store. The Mt. Herrman store has live fishing bait and a few basic supplies. There are a few convenience stores in Hochatown like Lakeway and Frontier General Store.
5. What restaurants are close by?
Hochatown Restaurants are about 25 minutes from us.
Grateful Head Pizza, Blue Rooster, Abendigos
Judy & Harry Tolleson also offer catering. Please call 580-241-5740 for more information. (Smoked BBQ, desserts, cinnamon rolls, breakfast, and more!)
Broken Bow and Hochatown Restaurants
Abendigo's Patio & Grill near Beavers Bend
Grateful Head Pizza and Tap Beer near Beavers Bend
Cedar Creek Golf Course on Broken Bow Lake
9 mi. N Hwy 259
Fishing License - 1-800-ASK-FISH
Hunting License - 405-521-2739
Hunting and Fishing Information: http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/hunting.htm
FISHING & GUIDES Broken Bow Lake Guide Service
River Man Trail Rides - Horse Back Rides
Three Rivers Fly Shop - Broken Bow Fly Fishing
7 mi. N Hwy 259
580-494-6115 or 580-241-5644
Forest Heritage Center
Beavers Bend Resort Park
Website for planning Broken Bow Vacation!
Body Harmony Spa
Hochatown Junction Station across from Beavers Bend Entrance (follow signs)
580-236-7777 or 580-584-6339
90 minute sessions at 11:30, 2:00, and 4:30
Beavers Bend River Floats Canoe rentals
Beavers Bend Marina (Boat Rentals)
12 mi. N Hwy 259
Broken Bow ATV Rules and Regulations
Broken Bow ATV Trails
Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum
7 mi. N Hwy 259
Museum of the Red River
812 E Lincoln Road, Idabel