Ambush Adventures

Ambush Adventures 6770 E US Hwy 70
Broken Bow, OK 74728

Phone: 580-584-2273
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Ambush Adventures is a canoe and kayak outfitter for the lower Mountain Fork River near Broken Bow in southeast Oklahoma.  Ambush Adventures offers 4-, 5-, or 9-mile float trips by canoe or one-person kayaks from March through October.  Come and enjoy a serene river float trip through the natural beauty of the surrounding Kiamichi Mountains.  Book a trip with Ambush Adventures and they will guide you through clean, cool waterways amidst towering forest trees and along the scenic shoreline of the area. Located only four hours or less from Oklahoma City, Little Rock and Dallas, ...

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  • Facility Amenities: Open Seasonally

  • On-site Activities: Canoeing/Rafting/Kayaking

  • Rentals: Canoe Rental, Kayak Rental, Tube Rental

Trip reservations required. Open Mar-Oct.

4-mile canoe trip: $35

4-mile kayak trip: $25

5-mile canoe trip: $40

5-mile kayak trip: $30

9-mile canoe trip: $45

9-mile kayak trip: $35

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

Take Hwy 70 east of Broken Bow approximately 5 miles to the Mountain Fork River bridge. Turn right after crossing bridge & follow road to Ambush Adventures.

Primary Contact:

David Anderson

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From sally struck on 10/05/14

We made reservations two weeks in advance. We drove 5 hours for our kayaking trip only to show up at Ambush and no one was there. No one would answer the phone either. We luckily found someone else to take us to the river and we will not use Ambush again.

From D.Brown on 09/07/13

Enjoyed the ride but the facilities were horrible. The staff was friendly but did not offer to help with anything. The dressing room was nasty, only a storage room with dirt floors and no lighting. The life vests smelled of soured sweat. Not recommended for families.

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