Beaver's Bend State Park is one of Oklahoma's original seven state parks. It is situated in the mountainous terrain of southeast Oklahoma, on the shores of Broken Bow Lake and Mountain Fork River. It covers 1,300 acres in McCurtain County.
Established in 1937, the park features more than beautiful scenery. You can golf, visit the nature center, go water skiing, fish, or swim. Or use the boat ramp for motorized boating. Non-motorized equipment like canoes, rafts, SUPs, and kayaks are always welcome.
Then enjoy lunch at one of the park's picturesque picnic areas.
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The lower “River Area” has the Fern campground, offering water with 30-amp electricity. That campground is near the miniature train and stables offering horseback riding.
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