Springtime Hiking in Broken Bow OK

A Peaceful Hike in Broken Bow, OK


There’s nothing better than being surrounded by a blanket of greenery in the springtime, and Broken Bow OK is no stranger to beautiful views this time of year. Approximately ten minutes from most of the Kiamichi Cabins, you’ll find pet-friendly Beavers Bend State Park. Wrap yourself in the serene wilderness, listen close to authentic sounds of nature, and keep your eyes peeled for beautiful wildlife. The sound of birds chirping and water splashing brings a feeling of rejuvenation and life. There’s a variety of hiking trails ranging from an easy walk with your kiddos to more challenging hikes for experienced adventurers -and don’t forget to bring your dog along. A favorite park with the locals, Beavers Bend State Park remains peaceful even during the busy season. Enjoy a stroll knowing you’ll be in a clean, well-maintained environment with your loved ones. Beavers Bend State Park is a real gem for all ages.

A Picture-Perfect Hike

Located just a few miles from most of the Kiamichi Cabins, Hochatown State Park is not just a majestic state park, it’s a photographer’s dream! Deer are everywhere in Broken Bow OK, so tell your kids to keep their eyes peeled while you’re hiking along the creeks. Take your time exploring the nooks and crannies at Hochatown State Park. Snap pictures of the crystal clear rock-bottom waters, and if you’re lucky, you’ll see a bald eagle on the other end of your camera lens! This state park features less clutter of human-made amenities, and with the spring foliage, you will have the opportunity to capture a great landscape or wildlife photograph. Hochatown State Park is a little piece of natural heaven.

The Hills Are Alive

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The hills are alive with the sound of deer in Broken Bow OK! “Pine Ridge Trail” is a great trail for beginners. While other trails cross over various creeks and streams, you'll make your way through the forests and hills within a few miles of Kiamichi Cabins. If you are looking for something a little more difficult, try “Deer Crossing Trail” take a moment to notice the smells of springtime while viewing the trees as you rest between some of the many hills during this hike. Deer Crossing is not an expert hike but it's one worth being prepared for! For those of you who are ready for a challeng, “Cedar Bluff Trail” offers steep climbs and creek crossings, but you are rewarded with some of the best views. Wrap up your vacation with a walk for those who want to get their daily recommended 10,000 steps in! A visit to Broken Bow OK should always include a hike or two during your stay. Get the most out of your vacation with a visit to one of these three hiking trails or others offered by Beavers Bend State Park. And remember to book your much-needed getaway to Kiamichi Cabins by dialing 1-580-584-7311.