fall-trees-dt51448016Are you coming to Broken Bow for a cabin vacation in the next month? Are you wondering what to do while you’re here? Some are standard fall fun, others are a bit off-the-wall, but we have some suggestions that might just be of interest. We hope to see you soon!

2016 Honobia Bigfoot Festival 
Friday September 30 – Saturday October 1, 2016
37529 Indian Trail (Kiamichi Mountains Christian Mission) in Honobia, OK
Enjoy the many activities happening at the festival: 5K Run (8:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 1 – no registration fee), food, vendors, arts & crafts, live music, kid’s area, speakers and more. Highlighting this year’s festival are Director David Ford and Producer Michael Hall, bringing festival-goers a preview showing of their new thriller movie “Something In the Woods“: based on the story of the Hartman family who have more than a close-encounter with a Bigfoot creature on their farm in the 1960s. Buy your own copy and have it autographed at the festival!
2016 Idabel Fall Fest
Saturday October 1, 2016
Downtown Idabel
Come to Main Street in downtown Idabel for arts and crafts vendors, food vendors, live entertainment and children’s activities.

Fall Foliage
Through October
Cooler weather means that the leaves, they are a-changin’ (with apologies to Mr. Dylan)! Throughout the end of October and into November, the trees are set ablaze with beautiful colors. This is also a wonderful time to be outside: in nearby Hochatown State Park during the day to see the gorgeous scenery, and around your cabin’s campfire or soaking in its outdoor hot tub at night. Why not come experience this beautiful season with us?