Broken Bow Lake is located on the Mountain Fork River in Southeast Oklahoma and nine miles north of the town Broken Bow. Broken Bow Lake is one of the largest lakes within the State of Oklahoma.
Broken Bow Lake's crystal clear water provides one of the best year-round fishing spots in Oklahoma. Fish species include smallmouth and largemouth bass, white (sand) bass, crappie, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and many varieties of sun fish.
With depths of 200' and water temperatures of 50 to 90 degrees, Broken Bow Lake is perfect for recreational sports including scuba diving.
Beavers Bend State Park is one of Oklahoma's most popular recreational areas. The park is located in Southeastern Oklahoma on the shores of Broken Bow Lake and surrounded by the Mountain Fork River. The Mountain Fork River is a popular destination for trout fishermen and kayak adventurers as it flows throughout the park providing endless enjoyment.
The mountains of Southern Oklahoma surround Beavers Bend State Park. This Terrain of steep inclines covered with tall timber and local wildlife provide the perfect atmosphere for days of hiking and biking adventures. The David L. Boren trail offers ridge top views and creek side adventures that are designed to accommodate everyone from the novice hiker to the thrill seeker.
Cedar Creek Golf Course in Beavers Bend State Park is an 18-hole par 72 course nestled on the shore of Broken Bow Lake. Tall pines and hardwood trees surround the fairways. Rental clubs are available at the Pro Shop.
Beavers Bend State Park supports some of the best all round sport fishing in Oklahoma. Broken Bow Lake is known for black Bass and Catfish while the Glover River has been known to deliver state record trout.
If your vacation activities include watersports, Broken Bow Lake is your destination. Rent a boat form Beavers Bend Marina or bring your own for endless fun on the water. Then kayak or canoe down the Glover River to complete your wet and wild adventure.
Our Broken Bow Cabins are within minutes of Beavers Bend State Park hiking trails. Along the trails you will cross the Glover River, walk along beautiful bluffs and through tall trees. Wildlife is abundant throughout the park.
Scuba Diving in Broken Bow Lake. Broken Bow Lake has 180 miles of pristine shoreline, an average depth of 200' with rock covered valley's against sheer rock walls. With a visibility of 20 to 30 feet you can enjoy watching the many different schools of fish you will encounter.