Beavers Bend Cabins

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Stay at Beavers Bend Log Cabins for an Unforgettable Getaway

When you need a break from the ordinary, visit Beavers Bend Log Cabins. We have luxury vacation rentals spread over 65 acres, each log cabin occupying its own generous plot of land. They’re perfect for couples, families, large group outings or corporate retreats.

Our log cabin rentals are just minutes from Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park, giving you easy access to the natural wonders of Oklahoma. You can also enjoy our private stocked catch and release fishing ponds and nine-hole disc golf course if staying on the 40 private acres. Make your reservations today, and soon you’ll be making memories.

No Hidden Fees

No Hidden Fees!

Beavers Bend Log Cabins does not charge guests hidden fees:

  • No additional cleaning fees
  • No resort fees
  • No service fees
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View Our Cabins

All cabins come fully furnished with modern appliances. Linens, towels, and bedding are provided. Our Beavers Bend cabins are set on an average minimum of two acres, far away from road noise. Locally owned and managed for over 10 years.

Our Cabins

Special Offers

We offer specials throughout the year. These change with the seasons and vary among the different Beavers Bend cabins we manage.

Current Specials

Pet Friendly Cabins

We understand you love your pets. We offer two pet friendly cabins. A non-refundable $40 pet fee is required per reservation.

Pet friendly cabins Pet Policy

Watch Our YouTube Videos

We have a YouTube channel that shows videos of our cabins, the location of our properties, wildlife around our cabins, feeding fish in the catch & release ponds, and so much more. Subscribe to our channel "Beavers Bend Log Cabins , so you don't miss anything.

Fishing Ponds

We have three stocked catch & release ponds located on our 40 private acres. Only guests who are staying on the 40 acres have access to our shared fishing ponds.

Catch & Release Ponds

40 Private Acres

Watch a video of fast walk through of the entire 40 private acres showing cabins and catch & release pond locations.

40 Private Acres Video

Wildlife Around Cabins

Along with deer, raccoons, armadillos, squirrels, and many types of birds are regularly seen around the cabins.

Wildlife Around Cabins

Get Back to Nature

We offer more than log cabin rentals; we offer a back-to-nature experience designed for destressing and having fun. It’s all too easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life. When you physically remove yourself from that setting and spend time in the serenity of nature, you can re-focus on the people and things that matter most to you.

All our Broken Bow log cabins are designed to emphasize the natural beauty of their surroundings and make it easy to enjoy the outdoors. For details on all the hiking, fishing, and other activities available, talk to our staff.


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The nature surrounding our cabins is filled with thrilling activities that you simply won’t want to miss. Take a minute to learn more about the great variety of Beavers Bend cabin amenities.


There are few experiences as calming and peaceful as fly fishing. It is simply one of the best ways to connect with nature. That is why we are proud to be located near some of the best locations for fly fishing in the area.

Fly Fishing

Beavers Bend Activities

  • Fly fishing on Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River
  • Kayak and canoe the lake and river
  • Boat, jet ski and paddle boat rentals
  • Houseboat rentals
  • Boat slip rentals
  • Picnic and playground areas
  • Tennis, miniature golf
  • Horseback riding
  • Train rides through Beavers Bend Depot and stables
  • Hiking and biking on numerous nature trails with varying degrees of challenges and ruggedness. Many hiking trails are suitable for seniors and small children.
Things to Do

Area Attractions

There are private Beavers Bend cabins spread throughout the Beavers Bend area. Year after year they are becoming more popular, as travelers make their first trip to the area.

In Beavers Bend State Park, you can fly fish on the Lower Mountain Fork River, or hike on over 15 miles of trails. Canoeing, kayaking, and boating are all available through area recreational rental companies. Horseback riding and miniature train rides are offered through Beavers Bend Depot and Stables.

In June you can celebrate all aspects of the forest during the Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest. In the Fall enjoy the arts and crafts at the annual Beavers Bend Folk Festival. Also, the colors of the Autumn foliage rival those found anywhere in the U.S.