The Beavers Bend area is home to great outdoor fun. Summers are best spent on the lake swimming and skiing or you can rent a jet ski or party barge. For more information on area attractions and events during your time in our area go to www.visitmccurtaincounty.com.
Go fly fishing on Mountain Fork River for Rainbow or German Brown Trout or canoeing/kayaking down the river. Guided trips are available. Spend a day at Broken Bow Lake water skiing, kayaking, fishing are just a few things you can do, or visit the Nature Center at Beavers Bend State Resort Park.
We have hiking trails and horseback riding and you can even ride a train! The David Boren Trail offers 16 miles of hiking trails with 4 miles of multi-purpose (mountain bike) trails that wander along ridge tops, over creek bottoms, and through tall stands of timber.
Museum & Nature Center Our Nature Center offers a program that includes campfire programs on the banks of the Mountain Fork River, nature hikes, arts and crafts classes, water sports, bingo, sunset hikes, nature films, and astronomy outings. The nearby Forest Heritage Center & Museum features historical documents, antique forestry tools, wood art, homestead memorabilia, and a research library filled with books, periodicals, and other materials pertaining to forestry. The beautiful Cedar Creek Golf Course is only minutes away from Beavers Bend Getaways, and is located on the shores of Broken Bow Lake. Mini-golf and go cart rentals are available nearby as well. Near the Beavers Bend Resort Park is the Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum. This museum features wildlife exhibits and an environmental education, making it a true learning experience for all ages.
Your whole family will find something to do in the Beavers Bend area and at the end of the day you will come home to your own private cozy cabin! Why not check our availability online now!
EVENTS: To find out the most current events visit: https://visitmccurtaincounty.com/event/