THINGS TO DO
Ambush Adventures – This kayak outfitter will take you on a scenic and serene trip down the gorgeous Mountain Fork River. Ambush Adventures offers 4-, 5-, or 9-mile float trips from March through October.
Beavers Bend Fly Fishing Guide Service – If you're looking for year-round fishing, look no further! Beavers Bend Fly Fishing Guide Service offers year-round fishing trips using flies tied exclusively for the Lower Mountain Fork River in Broken Bow. Call 580-583-4412 to book your trip today!
Beavers Bend State Park – Located in the gorgeous mountains of southeastern Oklahoma, this popular State Park offers biking, canoeing, fishing, hiking, and much more. Area Map
Beavers Bend State Park Nature Center – If you’re looking for adventure, you’ll find it here! Activities include bluff repelling, boating, paddle boarding, hiking, watersports, fishing, and much more.
Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum –Visitors of all ages can learn about the great outdoors through lifelike exhibits at this unique museum.
Beech Creek Trails, Ouachita Mountains – This 33 mile trail complex is in the Beech Creek National Scenic and Botanical Areas of the Ouachita National Forest and is located south of Talimena Drive and just west of the Arkansas border.
Cedar Creek Golf Course at Beavers Bend – This stunning course is nestled in the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains. Surrounded by pine tree forests and blue waters of Broken Bow Lake, golfers will be impressed by the beauty and wildlife as they make their way through this 18-hole course.
Choctaw Casino Broken Bow – Test your luck at this Casino, located in Broken Bow and a 40-minute drive from the White Oak Cabins.
Forest Heritage Center – The Center's museum is home to historical documents, antique forestry tools, wood art, homestead memorabilia, and a research library with countless materials pertaining to forestry.
Gardner Mansion & Museum – Home of Choctaw Chief Jefferson Gardner, it houses a large collection of Native American fossils and artifacts. While visiting, don't miss the 2,000-year-old Cypress tree that was a landmark to early Choctaws traveling the Trail of Tears.
Hiking Trails - There are many beautiful trails throughout the area. No matter your fitness level, you'll find one to explore.
Big Cedar Trails
Best Trails in Broken Bow
Mountain Fork River – No visit to McCurtain County is complete without exploring one of the best trout fishing streams in Oklahoma. If you're feeling adventurous, the rapids also offer canoeing, kayaking, and rafting (all available to book through the McCurtain County website).
Jet Boat Joe's – If you're looking for adventure and a thrill, look no further than Jet Boat Joe's! Their jet boat rides are fun for the whole family and a genuine thrill for any adventure seeker.
Rugaru Adventures – Rugaru Adventures offers an experience like no other in the area. Their certified and trained guides will take you on a zipline adventure tour of 6 lines totaling over a half mile while enjoying the breathtaking scenery. You will reach speeds up to 35 mph and heights up to 60 ft. above the ground.
Talimena National Scenic Byway –The Talimena Scenic Drive winds 54 miles along the crest of Rich Mountain and Winding Stair Mountain in the Ouachita National Forest.
Wineries – There are three wineries nearby: Girls Gone Wine; Vojai's Winery; FishTales Winery & Vineyard.
All wineries are located near Hochatown, approximately 30 minutes from the White Oak Cabins.
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