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Beavers Bend Hochatown State Park
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Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park Mountain Majesty © Maria Mccallister
Variegated summer foliage. Beavers Bend State Park. Hochatown, Oklahoma. Maria Mccallister
Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park Early morning walk. © Maria Mccallister
Woodland scene. Beavers Bend State Park. Hochatown, Oklahoma. Maria Mccallister Albuquerque, NM
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Gently winding country road. Beavers Bend State Park. Hochatown, Oklahoma. Maria Mccallister
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Shortleaf pine. Beavers Bend State Park. Hochatown, Oklahoma. Maria Mccallister Albuquerque,NM
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Hwy 259A
Broken Bow, Oklahoma   74728

Phone: 580-494-6538
Reservations: 800-435-5514
Email: park email button icon
Located along the shores of Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River, guests will find Lakeview Lodge, a 40 room retreat. The lodge offers an alternative to campground or cabin lodging and is situated on the shore of Broken Bow Lake. Suites are available. All of the rooms have a view of the lake and a balcony or patio. Outdoor grills and fire pits are also on-site. Other lodging opportunities include cabins, RV sites, and tent campsites as well as two group camps. Both group camp facilities include fully equipped kitchens with walk-in cooler, freezer, and all the cookware. One group camp offers an amphitheater pavilion. Recreation opportunities include the 18 hole Cedar Creek Golf Course, hiking, biking, boating, nature trails, tennis, softball, volleyball, trout fishing, water skiing, nature center activities, river float trips, miniature golf, paddleboats, bumper boats, canoeing, horseback riding, picnic areas, hayrides, and train rides. A gift shop, grocery, and the Forest Heritage Center are also on-site. Leashed pets are allowed in the park and in some cabins. The park offers 47 cabins. Cabins with kitchenettes are available.
History of the Area
Located in southeastern Oklahoma, the park was established in 1937. It spans over 1,300 acres of forest and water bodies.

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built many facilities during the Great Depression era including a lodge and cabins.

In addition to land-based activities like hiking or horseback riding, Broken Bow Lake provides opportunities for fishing and boating.

Hochatown State Park merged with it in 2011 due to budget cuts by state legislature which expanded its area significantly.

Today it offers various recreational amenities such as golfing at Cedar Creek Golf Course along with camping sites available year-round.
Golf Course
Cedar Creek 18-hole course (72 par). Also: Pro Shop ? Golf Carts ? Pull Carts
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Vacation Broken Bow Lake - BROKEN BOW, OK
Cottages and Cabins
Find recreation and repose for the whole family, close to home, on Broken Bow Lake. That carefree, we're-on-vacation feeling is waiting for you in a beautiful cabin on Broken Bow Lake. Cabins sleep 2-14 people and each is furnished with thoughtful good taste.
4.9 miles from park*
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Cottages and Cabins
Offering luxury log cabin lodging near Beavers Bend Resort Park and Broken Bow Lake in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, the areas top vacation playground. The perfect destination for summer vacations and weekend getaways and our cabins offer all the luxuries you would find at a top flight resort..
7.4 miles from park*
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Beavers Bend Log Cabins - Broken Bow, OK
Cottages and Cabins
Privately owned luxury Oklahoma cabins just north of Broken Bow. Enjoy mountain top views and a private fishing pong. Our cabins offer seclusion and privacy, the dense timber of the forest surrounds each cabin giving you the authentic feel of the Kiamichi wilderness.
1.8 miles from park*

Beavers Bend Hochatown State Park is located near Broken Bow

Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park offers numerous picnic areas with tables, grills and stunning views of nature.
1. David Boren Hiking Trail: This is a 26-mile trail that offers scenic views of the Mountain Fork River and Broken Bow Lake, suitable for both hiking and mountain biking.

2. Forest Heritage Tree Trail: A short but informative half-mile walk through the forest where visitors can learn about different tree species native to Oklahoma.

3. Beaver Creek Nature Trail: An easy one mile loop along Beaver Creek with interpretive signs explaining local flora and fauna; perfect for families or those looking for a leisurely stroll in nature.

4. Lookout Mountain Hiking Trails - Skyline & South Park Loop: These are two separate trails totaling approximately four miles combined, offering panoramic views from atop Lookout Mountain over Beavers Bend State Park's forests, rivers, and lakes.

5. Cedar Bluff Nature Trial: At just under one mile long this trail provides hikers an opportunity to explore dense cedar groves while enjoying stunning lake vistas at various points throughout their journey.

6. Friendship Hill National Recreation Walking Track: It's three-quarter of a mile paved track located near park headquarters which makes it accessible even during wet conditions.

7. Dogwood Campground Walking Path: The path runs around Dogwood campground providing campers an easily accessible walking route right outside their tents/RVs.

8. Beaver Lodge Nature Trial: This trial stretches across 1mile taking you on tour alongside river bank giving glimpse into beaver habitat.

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8 miles N of Broken Bow on Hwy 259, then 4 miles E on Hwy 259A.

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