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17 06, 2020

Natural Areas near Our Broken Bow, Oklahoma, Cabins

2020-06-17T20:21:22+00:00Attractions, Beavers Bend, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, McCurtain County, Nature, Outdoor Activity, Things to do, Wildlife|

While there are a plethora of attractions in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, it is one of the most naturally scenic cities that Oklahoma has to offer. McCurtain County houses state parks, the Mountain Fork River, Broken Bow Lake, and the Ouachita National Forest. When you book a Broken Bow, Oklahoma, cabin at Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, visit the local wildlife, and explore all the stunning sights this area offers. Who knows what breathtaking views you might discover.  Little River National Wildlife Refuge Catch a glimpse of a white-tailed deer or listen for the resounding slap of a beaver’s tail on the [...]

15 06, 2020

Watch for Oklahoma Birds near Broken Bow

2020-06-17T20:28:53+00:00Attractions, Beavers Bend, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Outdoor Activity, Things to do, Wildlife|

Home to over 330 different species statewide, McCurtain County is the best place in the state to see Oklahoma birds. Nestled in the woods, our Broken Bow vacation cabins at Beavers Bend Creative Escapes provide ample opportunities to visit bird watching areas and hikes. Choose from several trails and nature areas where you can appreciate the plumage on our feathered friends.  Birdwatching for Beginners  While your most significant asset when birdwatching will be patience, you will also want a guide or two on how to identify birds in your area. McCurtain County offers a free directory online and points out [...]

21 01, 2020

Paws-itively Adorable Petting Zoo in Oklahoma

2020-02-21T16:22:40+00:00Attractions, Attractions, Entertainment, General, Kids Activity, Things to do, Uncategorized, Wildlife|

Adults and children alike enjoy spending time with animals. And when you’re on vacation, you’re likely to see some creatures that you can’t find back home. When you visit Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, you’ll stay near the best petting zoo in Oklahoma: Hochatown Petting Zoo. It’s one of the most fun things to do in Oklahoma with kids, but it’s also beneficial for the animal residents. Read more below to learn about this special Broken Bow petting zoo. Rehabilitation Petting Zoo in Oklahoma The Hochatown Petting Zoo has licensed wildlife rehabilitation personnel on-site, and many of their animals are temporary [...]

21 04, 2019

Broken Bow Lake Fishing

2019-10-22T21:38:21+00:00Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, Fishing, Getaways, Kids Activity, Nature, Outdoor Activity, River activity, Things to do, Uncategorized, Wildlife|

Imagine casting your line into the rippling waves of the water as you listen to the sounds of the Oklahoma breeze rustling leaves, birds happily chirping away, and the lapping of water against the shores of the lake in front of you. The sunny day is bright with light, and as you breathe in the fresh air, you feel a tug. As you reel in a feisty bass, you can’t help but smile with excitement for the first of many catches. This image can become a reality with Broken Bow Lake fishing during your stay at Beavers Bend Creative Escapes. [...]

7 04, 2019

Things to do in Broken Bow OK with Your Family This Summer

2019-10-22T21:44:15+00:00Broken Bow, Cabins, Getaways, Kids Activity, Nature, Outdoor Activity, Things to do, Uncategorized, Wildlife|

The sunny summer season is just around the corner, and if you are like many other families, you are looking for the perfect getaway to spend some much needed time with your little ones. When you stay with us at Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, you and your loved ones will discover an array of exciting things to do in Broken Bow OK for the best summer vacation imaginable. Our Broken Bow lodging is perfect for all sizes of families with adequate accommodations and plenty of fun adventures waiting right outside your door. Getting Outside with Beavers Bend Creative Escapes When [...]

21 02, 2019

Hiking in Broken Bow, Oklahoma

2019-10-22T21:58:05+00:00Attractions, Beavers Bend, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Nature, Outdoor Activity, River activity, Things to do, Uncategorized, Wildlife|

With such breathtaking surroundings, miles of trails, and landscapes that are perfect for journeying through nature, hiking in Broken Bow should be on every outdoor lover’s bucket list. When you stay at Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, lace up your hiking boots and get ready to embark on an epic adventure. Incredible natural areas such as Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park surround our cabins in Oklahoma, and they are waiting for you to discover them. An Experience For Everyone No matter what level of experience you have with hiking, you can find the perfect trail to fit your [...]

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 [...]

5 07, 2018

Southeast Oklahoma’s Red Slough Wildlife Area

2019-10-22T22:17:57+00:00Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Cabins, Fishing, Nature, Outdoor Activity, Wildlife|

Spanning nearly 8,000 acres, the Red Slough Wildlife Management Area (RSWMA)is a successful project that has enhanced wildlife and recreation in the area southeast of Broken Bow, Oklahoma. In the late 1960, this Red Slough area was cleared and drained for agricultural use, eliminating wetlands that helped maintain a natural flood cycle. In 1997, landowner Philip Hogan placed more than 5,800 acres into the Wetlands Reserve Program administered by the National Resources Service (NRCS). In the following years, additional acres were added, increasing the expanse of the project. Then in 2003-4, the Red Slough Wildlife Management Area received a grant [...]