Sailing in the beautiful ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklhaoma

Oklahoma and Arkansas Sailing

 

Sailing in the Ouachita Mountains! 
 

 

 

 


Broken Bow Lake
And Broken Bow State Park

Description:

Sailing on Broken Bow LakeBroken Bow Lake stretches 22 miles back into the Ouachita Mountain country where its unusual beauty and scenic appeal beckons all nature enthusiasts. The mountain terrain is densely forested and there are many species of birds native to the area for birdwatchers to enjoy.

Located along the shores of Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River, guests will find Lakeview Lodge, a 40 room retreat with private decks overlooking the lake at Hochatown State Park which sits adjacent to Beavers Bend State Park. Other lodging choices include 47 cabins (some with river views), RV and tent campsites, and two group camps. Recreation opportunities offer the 18 hole Cedar Creek Golf Course, hiking, biking and nature trails, tennis and volleyball, trout fishing, water skiing, nature center activities, river float trips, miniature golf, paddleboats, bumper boats and canoeing, horseback riding, picnic sites, hayrides and train rides. An amphitheatre, gift shop, grocery, restaurant and the Forest Heritage Center on site also. In June, we host the Owa Chito Festival of the Forest, and in November, the Beavers Bend Folk Festival. Eagle watches are held every November-February. Kitchenettes and pets allowed in cabins only; free breakfast and suites available for lodge guests

 

Map of Area Facilities

Map of Lake and Driving Directions

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