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30 09, 2019

Best Hunting Land in Oklahoma

2019-10-21T22:00:37+00:00Attractions, Attractions, Beavers Bend, Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Nature, Outdoor Activity, Things to do|

Oklahoma is full of beautiful hikes and outdoor views. That makes hunting here some of the best in the country. With upcoming seasons for deer, elk, antelope, bear, turkey, quail, pheasant, and rabbit, there is something in Oklahoma for every sportsman or woman. In addition to the wide variety of game, there is also plenty of public hunting land in Oklahoma. So whether you want to catch your own Thanksgiving dinner with Oklahoma turkey hunting or if you’re just an annual Oklahoma deer hunting fan, book one of our Broken Bow cabins and get outside this fall. Here’s the lowdown [...]

2 04, 2019

Celebrate spring in Broken Bow, OK, With 2 Fun Events

2019-10-22T21:47:48+00:00Beavers Bend, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, Event, Festival, Fishing, McCurtain County, Outdoor Activity, River activity|

Spend a weekend or two in one of our luxury cabins, and while you’re in the area, check out two of springtime’s top events. Dogwoods in bloom are a sure sign spring has arrived—and that’s worth celebrating! Idabel, Oklahoma, does just that with the annual Dogwood Days Festival, scheduled for Saturday, April 6, 2019. Downtown Idabel will be festive and ready for a party that day with live entertainment, craft vendors, children’s games, sidewalk sale, dance contest and country showdown. Visitors will find lots of delicious fair food, plus an Easter “eggstravaganza” barbecue cook-off. And that’s just for starters. This [...]

5 02, 2019

Broken Bow Luxury Cabins: Beavers Bend Creative Escapes

2019-10-22T22:02:09+00:00Beavers Bend, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, General, Getaways, McCurtain County, Nature, Outdoor Activity, Things to do, Uncategorized|

When it comes to memorable getaways in gorgeous locations and a myriad of incredible experiences, there is no place quite like Broken Bow, Oklahoma. A stay in our Broken Bow luxury cabins at Beavers Bend Creative Escapes will allow you to explore all of the best things to do in Broken Bow OK while having all of the comforts of home. Choose from a variety of luxury cabins and build an itinerary with exciting area attractions and get ready for an unforgettable getaway with us at Beavers Bend Creative Escapes.   Location, Location, Location One of the best aspects of [...]

24 01, 2019

Stream Life Cabin: A Cozy Getaway In Broken Bow, OK

2019-10-22T22:03:13+00:00Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, McCurtain County, Nature|

If your dream getaway includes being out in the middle of nature, but with all the comforts of home, take a look at Stream Life Cabin. Located on a tree-lined lot in the Southern Hills addition of the Quachita Mountains near Broken Bow, Oklahoma, the completely renovated, two-bedroom cabin offers a quiet space to kick back and relax. You may be tempted to spend all your time on the large wrap-around porch that has a five-person hot tub and a barbecue grill. But you won’t want to miss all the great rooms you’ll be getting inside! Wood paneling, oak hardwood [...]

11 01, 2019

Exploring Oklahoma’s Wheelock Academy Historic Site

2019-10-22T22:04:11+00:00Attractions, Beavers Bend, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, History, McCurtain County, Museum, Things to do|

The history of the Broken Bow area is intertwined with that of the Choctaw Nation. One wonderful way to learn about the tribe's culture and influence here is to tour the Wheelock Academy Historic Site near Millerton, Oklahoma. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Wheelock Academy was a former boarding school for Choctaw children for more than 120 years. Begun in 1932 by a missionary couple, the school taught mostly girls and was an important part of the community for many years. It closed during the Civil War years, 1861-1865), but reopened soon after. A devastating fire four [...]

18 10, 2018

Oklahoma’s McCurtain County Wilderness Area A Natural Beauty

2019-10-22T22:13:02+00:00Attractions, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Fishing, McCurtain County, Nature, Wildlife|

The shortleaf pine and hardwood forest is the largest virgin forest of its kind in the United States. That’s just one of the things that makes McCurtain County Wilderness Area (MCWA) not just an Oklahoma treasure, but a national one too. You’ll find the MCWA, the oldest wildlife area in Oklahoma, in the northern part of McCurtain County, adjacent to Broken Bow Reservoir and Ouachita National Forest. The area was created from a 1918 purchase, costing about $6.13 an acre. In the 1930’s the Works Progress Administration (WPA) constructed a bridge across the Upper Mountain Fork River and installed more [...]

10 05, 2018

2018 Owa-Chito Festival: June 15-16 in Broken Bow, OK

2019-10-22T22:25:21+00:00Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, Festival, McCurtain County, Nature, Outdoor Activity, Things to do|

Once a year for the past 40 years, Kiamichi County in Oklahoma has produced a festival to showcase the natural beauty, heritage, and industry found here. This year’s Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest will be held June 15-16 in Beavers Bend State Park. The forest has played a large part in the history and culture of the area, so it’s fitting that forestry competitions are a major event of the weekend. Featuring men and women who make their living from the woods, the contests include double buck sawing, ax throwing, Jack ‘n Jill crosscut, and Bull-of-the-Woods selection. The family-friendly [...]

12 01, 2017

Dogwood Days – Idabel Oklahoma’s Spring Fling: April 1, 2017

2019-10-23T21:40:15+00:00Event, Festival, McCurtain County, Things to do|

Arguably one of the prettiest times of the year in southeast Oklahoma, spring brings that wonderful reprieve from winter; warmer weather lets us again enjoy the outdoors without so many layers, and the region is awash in the beauty that comes with springtime blooming. And dogwood trees are an area favorite when it comes to spring blooms. Since the late 1730s, dogwood trees have been used as ornamental additions to landscaping here in the North America. Some credit Thomas Jefferson for the tree's increasing popularity in the late 1700s, as he did his best to spread these trees through his [...]

12 12, 2016

Jake’s Brickhouse Grill – Rustic, Hearty & Filling

2019-10-23T21:41:45+00:00Dining, McCurtain County|

When you come to Broken Bow, OK for a cabin vacation, there's always the question of food.  All of our getaway cabins come with a fully equipped kitchen to satisfy your inner chef. But what of those nights when you just aren't in the mood to cook? There are a number of restaurants in the Broken Bow area ready to meet your dining needs. However there's a little place just a few miles away that has become an area favorite for a meal that's just a little more special than the standard area fare: Jake's Brickhouse Grill in Idabel serves [...]

8 11, 2016

Broken Bow Area Holiday Activities 2016

2019-10-23T21:43:29+00:00Event, Kids Activity, McCurtain County, Things to do|

There are those who say it's way too early to begin planning for the holidays.  We beg to differ: for those people planning a December vacation in the Broken Bow area, it is imperative to plan! And knowing the area's activities will help them get the most out of their Sooner-State visit!  It's a season of parades and a season of shopping, so take a moment to consider these area activities that will put you in the holiday spirit during your Oklahoma cabin getaway. Monday, November 28, 2016: Broken Bow Festival of Lights Parade The town kicks off the season [...]