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28 06, 2017

Sip ‘N Ski Cabin: A Quiet Retreat for Up to Six Guests

2019-10-23T21:29:27+00:00Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins|

You may not be on the slopes, and there may not be a lift nearby, but Sip ‘N Ski cabin will welcome you to the local wineries and Broken Bow Lake water-skiing here in southeast Oklahoma. You , and up to five others, will enjoy a southeast Oklahoma getaway that is both relaxing and exciting at Sip ‘N Ski! As one of the newest additions to our cabin family, Sip ‘N Ski is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, pet-friendly retreat located in the middle of all the attractions located in and around Beaver’s Bend State Park. Its location on the northwest side of [...]

27 03, 2017

Find a Fantasy Vacation at 50 Shades of Grey Cabin

2019-10-23T21:36:54+00:00Beavers Bend Creative Escapes|

While 50 Shades of Grey cabin might attract your attention with its name, it will keep you enthralled with its welcoming luxury. This brand new, custom home is waiting to host your southeast Oklahoma getaway for up to eight people! Three king-bed bedrooms each offer privacy for six guests, while a queen foldout provides space for up to two additional guests. Three full bathrooms offers “get ready” ability for all. A fully equipped kitchen provides the “at home” feel of the cabin, providing a great gathering place, and letting you cater to your own unique tastes. Stock the refrigerator, prepare your [...]

15 06, 2016

Shady Oaks Restaurant: Great Burgers and Pie

2019-10-23T21:57:31+00:00Broken Bow, Dining|

Sometimes you just want a juicy, delicious burger. And sometimes you have no idea where to find that perfect hand-held meal. We're happy to help! You'll find it sitting just off Route 259 near the southern entrance of Beavers Bend State Park: an unassuming, white box-building with a red tin roof and an unassuming sign just off to the side of an open parking lot. What is it? Well the Shady Oaks Restaurant, of course: home to some of the best burgers at some of the best prices you'll find in this area! The burgers have been described as "the [...]

17 02, 2016

Abendigo’s Grill & Patio: Great Food in a Relaxed Atmosphere

2019-10-23T22:04:32+00:00Beavers Bend, Dining, Things to do|

So you're staying in a fantastic cabin here in the Broken Bow area that comes complete with a fully functional kitchen. But who really wants to cook dinner EVERY night during a vacation getaway... especially if you have any reason at all to celebrate or simply want to enjoy a meal that's a little more upscale? Abendigo's Grill & Patio is a great choice for that "special night" meal during your stay. Located at the corner of Route 259 and Steven's Gap road (just outside of Beaver's Bend State Park), Abendigo's Grill & Patio is very close to most Beaver's [...]

12 01, 2016

Broken Bow Talent: Mastersmith Mike Williams

2019-10-23T22:06:00+00:00Broken Bow, People, Shopping|

We love recognizing area skill and talent. But it isn't everyday we can say that we have, in our midst, an artist of simply amazing skill. Bladesmith Mike Williams fits that bill! As an artist, a metalsmith and a knife-maker, Mike Williams creates some of the most beautiful and functional knives right here in Broken Bow. No matter what the occasion or what the purpose, a Williams Custom Knives creation is sure to fit the bill. Mike first became interested in knife-making in the 1980s, and became enamored with forged knives in 1989. From then, he has refined and honed [...]

2 11, 2015

November Events: Folk Festival and Craft Show

2019-10-23T22:09:03+00:00Event, Festival, Kids Activity, Things to do|

Each year, the entire town of Broken Bow and the surrounding areas look forward to our annual Folk Festival and Craft Show, held at the Forest Heritage Center. We would like to formally invite you to attend this wonderful, family-friendly event during your southeast OK cabin vacation this November 13, 14 and 15, 2015! Start your holiday shopping early! Nearly 70 exhibitors and vendors will be in attendance this year, and many take things back to our country's roots with turn-of-the-(19th)-century skills. Meanwhile, storytellers will regale their audiences with traditional lore while traditional musicians play dulcimer, banjo, fiddles and more [...]

25 05, 2015

June Brings Broken Bow’s Big Art and Culture Events

2019-10-24T17:10:50+00:00Broken Bow, Festival, Things to do|

June is a big month here in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. We not only throw the biggest celebration of the year during June, but we also hold one of the largest regional art shows in the area! Come to Broken Bow between June 13-22, 2015 and take in our art, culture and community entertainment during the Kiamichi Owa-Chito Art Show and Festival of the Forest! You may look at the name "Kiamichi Owa-Chito" and wonder what in the world it could mean, and we would love to offer a quick lesson. Kiamichi is the name of the ancient range located approximately 50 [...]

17 02, 2015

HoneyBear Ranch: Local Produce Resource in Broken Bow OK

2019-10-24T17:38:16+00:00Broken Bow, Things to do|

Broken Bow not only offers a wide variety of outdoor and historic sights, but we also have a number of unique small businesses and products. For this post, we'd like to introduce you to HoneyBear Ranch: a small area business that began as a simple garden farm providing naturally grown vegetables and herbs, but grew into a trusted area resource for information, education, and on-site community gardening services. Phil and Sandy Harris came to the Broken Bow area in 2005, choosing the ranch as a retirement property with the idea of self-sufficiency and a relaxing lifestyle. Sandy, who had always [...]

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