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9 05, 2019

Outdoor Activities Abound At Beavers Bend Marina, Broken Bow

2019-10-22T21:36:05+00:00Beavers Bend, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, Fishing, Getaways, Kids Activity, Nature, Outdoor Activity|

If your family’s summer vacation centers around water, head to Broken Bow Lake and check out all the activities at Beavers Bend Marina. It’s just a short distance from where Beavers Bend Creative Escapes luxury cabins are located and a bit of a hidden gem in the state. Broken Bow Lake, part of the Oklahoma State Park System, is located in the heart of the beautiful Kiamichi Wilderness, and is known to have some of the cleanest, clearest water of any fresh water lake in the state, making it ideal for fun family outings. The lake’s north/south orientation is a [...]

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 [...]

19 09, 2017

A Fishing Trip With Friends To Beavers Bend, OK

2019-10-23T21:20:18+00:00Beavers Bend, Cabins, Fishing|

The weather is just about perfect this fall to enjoy a fishing getaway with a few friends. Head to the Beavers Bend area of Oklahoma and you’ll have a field day of choices in where to fish—and they are all good. Hailed as the best whitewater stream in Oklahoma, Mountain Fork River is the year-round spot to go for brown and rainbow trout. The water’s constant flow and cool temps make it a haven for the fish. Below the dam, on the Lower Mountain Fork River, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation stocks the water with trout on a regular [...]

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