Beavers Bend State Park
580-494-6300 Beavers Bend Park Office
Beavers Bend State Park was built by the CCC in the 1930s. Now that was government economic stimulus project with lasting benefits.
There is no charge to enter the Oklahoma state park.
You will see lots of wildlife in the park.
There is a Nature Center where wounded and injured wildlife are nurtured back to health. Frank Griffith, Park Naturalist presides over the animals. He generously shares his knowledge of the park, and can direct you to the best hiking trails. Be sure to ask about the best night time hiking you'll ever do! Listen to the sounds of the forest at night.
Children's nature crafts and programs are conducted routinely.
The Beavers Bend Restaurant features all-you-can-eat fried catfish on Friday nights. They serve hamburgers and grilled trout also. Be sure to ask for back deck seating, that overlooks the flowing Mountain Fork River below.
The Beavers Bend Paddle Boats, putt-putt golf, canoes and swim beach are popular throughout the summer.
Campsites and RV hookups are available by calling the park office at 580-494-6300.
The Forest Heritage Center features the history of the forest, wood turners exhibit, and hosts the annual summer Owa-Chito art show, photography contest and spelling bee. They also host the Fall Festival with handmade soaps, crafts, petting zoo and more.
Year round flyfishing is available on the Lower Mountain Fork River.
Pine Meadow Cabins is located within 10 minutes of the Beavers Bend State Park
580-494-6613 Train depot and horseback riding
580-494-6071 Sid's Fly fishing shop
580-494-6512 Paddle boats, canoes, putt-putt golf
580-494-6456 Cedar Creek Golf Course
580-494-6497 Forest Heritage Center Museum
580-494-6509 Gift shop
580-494-6556 Nature center
580-494-6551 Restaurant and convenience store
580-494-6070 River floats canoes
580-494-6193 Wildlife Museum and taxidermy
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