Whether you are looking for a relaxing getaway, outdoor family fun or a chance to explore the history and wildlife of the area, Beavers Bend State Park has you covered. If you enjoy water sports, head on over to the Riverbend area where you will find paddles boats, canoes, a roped-off swimming beach and the perfect combination of a canoe and kayak—yakanoes. The 14,000 acres of clear water that make up Broken Bow Lake are ideal for seasonal trout and fly-fishing, skiing, sailing, tubing, spear-fishing and scuba diving.
Prefer to stay on dry land? Beavers Bend State Park offers golfing, tennis, miniature golf, horseback riding, hayrides, train rides and hiking and biking trails. For the hikers seeking a challenge there are sixteen miles of hiking trails designed just for them with shorter trails for the everyday hikers. If biking is more your speed, there are four miles of multi-purpose trails dedicated to mountain biking. Make your way over creek bottoms, along ridge tops, through the tall timbers and into remote areas of the country side.
Grab your friends or family and rent one of the luxurious House Boats. Float along the expansive lake and take in the gorgeous view. Find a secluded cove to spend the weekend or celebrate with your friends while still on the docks. Book your stay at one of the many cabins–ranging from rustic to luxury, explore nearby museums and be sure to check out some of the local favorites like Girls Gone Wine and Grateful Head Pizza Oven. You won’t want to miss the Beavers Bend Experience!