Broken Bow is a nature lover’s dream. As both the home of Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park, Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River, this city in southeast Oklahoma is a popular destination year round. Take part in the many activities that one of Oklahoma’s top state parks offers, like fishing in the Lower Mountain Fork River, boating on Broken Bow Lake and horseback riding or hiking along the David Boren Hiking Trail, one of the best trails in Oklahoma.
Relax and rent a room at the Lakeview Lodge or go backcountry camping in the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area. Go bird watching for over 300 bird species at the Red Slough Wildlife Management Area and explore the creeks of the Little River National Wildlife Refuge. With plenty of opportunities to get out on the water in canoes and kayaks, Broken Bow is a place to take in beautiful scenery and have an adventure in the great outdoors.
Visit the Gardner Mansion and Museum, the 1884 home to a Choctaw chief, or sip a glass of wine at Girls Gone Wine. Spend some time taking in local culture at the annual Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest, held annually in June. Nestled between the Kiamichi and Ouachita Mountains, Broken Bow is an oasis of rich historical sites, nature and beauty with something for every interest.
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