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Beavers Bend State Park puts on a splendid show as fall foliage splashes color along river banks and wooded trails each autumn.  Rise early and you'll be treated to mist on the Mountain Fork River and the surface of Broken Bow Lake on a crisp morning.  Peak foliage conditions usually occur the last week of October and/or first week of November.
Prepare yourself for a soothing, gentle massage and let the stresses of life slip away with a visit to Body Harmony Day Spa in Broken Bow.
Fly-fishermen flock to the Mountain Fork River in southeast Oklahoma's Beavers Bend area for outstanding trout fishing.
Watching a sunrise over Broken Bow Lake is a breathtaking backdrop for your breakfast on the deck of Lakeview Lodge at Beavers Bend State Park.
Drop in at Whispering Meadows Vineyards & Winery in McAlester to enjoy a relaxing wine tasting and peruse the gift shop while you're at it.
The horses at Wild Things Farm in Pocola enjoy fields of wildflowers and visits from guests.
Experience family fun on the farm and pick your own produce, or stop by and select fresh from the farm goodies which have been carefully picked and packaged at Wild Things Farm in Pocola.
A re-enactor leads a dulcimer workshop during the Beavers Bend Folk Festival & Craft Show in Broken Bow.
The faculty of the Tuskahoma Female Academy in Pushmataha County posed for this photo in April of 1902.  The school educated the girls of the Choctaw Nation from 1892 until it burned in 1925.  Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical  Society.
Classic cars are the main attraction during the Fall Foliage Cruise, held in conjunction with the Robbers Cave Fall Festival each year in Wilburton.
Hot air balloons fill the skies above Poteau during the Poteau Balloonfest, held each October.
Massive hot air balloons dot the landscape at the annual Poteau Balloonfest.
Stick around until after the sun goes down at the Poteau Balloonfest to see spectacular balloon glows at night.
Kids love the petting zoo at the annual Beavers Bend Folk Festival in Broken Bow.
Surround yourself in secluded wilderness while soaking your cares away at the Autumn Pointe Cabin, located at Cabins in Beavers Bend in Broken Bow.
Escape to the Spokane Cabin, a grown-up tree house, at Beavers Bend Log Cabins in Broken Bow.
The charming cobblestone fireplace welcomes guests to the Spokane Cabin at Beavers Bend Log Cabins in Broken Bow.
Native stones and knotty pine welcome guests into the spacious kitchen of the White Oak Lodge at Broken Bow Lake Cabin Rentals in Broken Bow.
Rustic paneling and a stone fireplace adorn the cozy living area inside Timber Rock Lodge at Broken Bow Lake Cabin Rentals in Broken Bow.
The charming exterior of the Honey Bear Cabin at Beavers Bend Adventures in Broken Bow.
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