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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Broken Bow Travel Tips

Broken Bow Vacation Rentals Offer Great Mountain, Lake and Forest Vacations

Broken Bow is in southeastern Oklahoma, close to the Arkansas Border, in the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains. It stands at the entrance to Broken Bow Lake, the Ouachita National Forest, the River of Mountain Fork and the Glover River. Surrounded by lush green forests, the rivers and lakes are teeming with fish such as rainbow trout, brown trout, walleye and pike. Outdoor enthusiasts will thoroughly enjoy the many outdoor activities which are available here along with some spectacular scenery.

The Benefits of Staying at Broken Bow Cabins

The only way to truly enter into the spirit of Broken Bow is by staying in a Broken Bow cabin or vacation home. Hidden in the forest or overlooking one of the nearby lakes and rivers, these Oklahoma vacation rentals capture the true spirit of the wilderness. Your neighbors will be wild turkeys and shy deer. Fully equipped with all you need, from comfortable beds to fully fitted kitchens, the cabins are cool and shady in the summer, and warm and cozy in the cooler months. Offering peace and quiet, Broken Bow cabins allow for a relaxing pace of life and the freedom to do as you please. For families and parties of friends, the larger cabins are also great value for money.

Places to Visit from Your Oklahoma Vacation Rentals

Beavers Bend State Park offers a host of activities from fly fishing to ATV riding. Hochatown State Park and Cedar Creek Golf course also offer a variety of activities for a day out from your cabin. Gold panning tours in the area are a unique experience requiring a little luck and a lot of patience.

Close to your Broken Bow vacation home are several historic and cultural attractions. The Gardner Museum and Mansion is known for its Native American and pioneer artifacts and a 2,000-year-old cypress tree. The mansion was built in 1884 for Jefferson Gardner who became chief of the Choctaw Indians.

The Peter Toth Totem Pole is one of a series of sculptures depicting the "Trail of Tears." Peter Toth's goal as a sculptor was to complete one sculpture in each of the 50 states, and he has now surpassed that goal.

Things to Do from Your Broken Bow Lodging

Broken Bow is ideal for those wanting to immerse themselves in wildlife with many sightings of birds and wild animals. The clear rivers and lakes are ideal for kayaking, boating, fishing and even scuba diving. The green forests are perfect for hiking without meeting another soul. Golfing, hunting, mountain biking, horseback riding and ATV riding are fun activities, or you can take it easy with some leisurely trout fishing.

The Talimena National Scenic Byway offers a great scenic drive with stunning views from the mountaintops in eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. The byway can be joined just north of Broken Bow and offers 54 miles of incredible scenery.

Best Time to Visit Oklahoma Vacation Rentals

Oklahoma has a long and pleasant vacation season with daytime temperatures above 60 F from March to early November. Winters have some nights below freezing with snowfall. The average summer temperature is 80 F. With 50 inches of annual rainfall, the forests are green and the streams, lakes and rivers are clear and full.

Best Ways to Reach Broken Bow Vacation Rentals

Most visitors to Broken Bow drive to the area, bringing their sports and fishing gear with them. For those flying to Broken Bow, the closest major airport is Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Pick up a rental truck or 4WD and head northeast for approximately 150 miles. The Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City is another alternative and 189 miles away. There is a small regional airport called the Intermountain Regional Airport at Mena in Arizona which is 47 miles from Broken Bow.

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