Sip'n Ski Cabin
Lake Broken Bow, OK
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Broken Bow, located at the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains and home of the ever popular Beavers Bend Resort Park, welcomes visitors from near and far to enjoy the natural resources that have made Broken Bow thrive. This scenic area known for its luscious green forests and abundance of clear water provides a fun-filled environment for many popular outdoor activities such as canoeing, boating, hiking, bird watching, golfing, scuba diving, hunting, mountain biking, camping, horseback riding, four-wheeling, and all types of fishing.

Broken Bow Lake has 180 miles of shoreline; it is one of Oklahoma's most scenic lakes. Whether you're fishing for trout in streams that are stocked year round or canoeing the rapids of the Lower Mountain Fork, there is an outdoor activity suited for all ages and seasons.

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Boat and PWC rentalswww.beaversbendmarina.com

Canoeing - There are two places to canoe:

You can canoe in Beavers Bend state park on a small, tranquil area of the river if you like.  There is only one rental company for this – Beavers Bend River floats- www.beaversbendriverfloats.com

Or, you can go east of town and canoe 4,5 or 9 mile sections of the Mountain Fork river with Ambush Adventures or any of the other canoe rental companies.  http://www.ambushcanoerental.com/

Fishing – You can fish the lake from anywhere with a OK fishing license.  Additionally, there are number of fishing guides in the Broken Bow area.

You can also fly fish the Mountain Fork river in and below Beavers Bend State Park.   Check out Three Rivers Fly  Shop –www.threeriversflyshop.com they have guided fly fishing sessions if you want to do that.  Or, just check them out for tips and tricks.

Golf - Cedar Creek Golf course is less than 10 minutes from Sip'n Ski Cabin.  Fairways cascade through stands of pine, oak, and hickory and past deer, fox and wild turkey.  More than one hole offers a view of Broken Bow Lake and the occasional glimpse of bald eagles.  Cedar Creek is known for its narrow fairways and wooden roughs.  Hours are 7AM to 8PM in season, 8AM to 5PM off season.  Call (580) 494-6456

Winery – This is a small, local ‘fun’ winery.  They do make their own wines there at the facility.  They have a small patio for wine tasting or you can just stand at the wine bar and taste as well.  You can bring your own artwork and make and bottle your own wine with your artwork on the label if you want.    They have an extensive gift shop of decorative wine glasses, accessories, etc.  www.thegirlsgonewine.com

Spas/Massages - Body Harmony Day Spa Hochatown Junction Station across from Beavers Bend Entrance (follow the signs)
580-584-6339.  www.bodyharmonydayspa.com

Oils of Grace Healing Massage
Heather Nelson
(580)584-5463 home
(580)212-8075 cell
oilofgracemassage@yahoo.com

Lemongrass Massage Company
2100 E. Lincoln Road, Idabel, OK
580-212-8060

Healing Touch Massage Therapy
580-420-6903

Horseback riding –
Glover River Trail Rides – 580-241-5763, 
also A to Z Guest Ranch Trail Rides – 580-244-3729 and Riverman Trail Rides and Stables – 580-236-9033.

Deer sightseeing - We highly recommend going into Beavers Bend State Park between 6-8PM any night and finding the horse stable area.  Spend 15-30 minutes there and you could easily see 20 deer.  Take some corn or other food and they will come right up to your vehicle.

Hiking – There is several short (< 2miles) hikes in Beavers Bend State Park.  Stop at the park office for maps of the trails.

ATV riding - McCurtain County has hundreds of miles of forest roads for the outdoor enthusiast. The Ouachita National Forest and Honobia Creek Wildlife Management are the only areas available in the county for legal public off highway vehicle use.   Please check with the forest office for applicable permits.

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