Beavers Bend Resort Park Resorts

Beavers Bend Resort Lodge
Beavers Bend Resort Lodge40 rooms each with a million-dollar view, sits high above Broken Bow Lake . Refined country furnishings, cable TV and in-room coffee service are among the many features standard in each room. Enjoy complimentary breakfast by the fireplace in the Great Room or relax on the Balcony Terrace.

Rates vary from $110 to $175 from guest rooms to suites with special rates for off season and longer stays.

Beavers Bend Resort Park Cabins

Beavers Bend Cabins
Beavers Bend CabinsBeavers Bend Resort Park also has 47 cabins located in wood groves overlooking the Mountain Fork River on Broken Bow Lake . The cabins can sleep from two to six people and come equipped with kitchen/dining utensils, stove, refrigerator, linens, and central heat and air. Most cabins have fireplaces. None have telephones or televisions. PETS ARE WELCOME.

Rates vary from $58 to $115 with reduced rates available for weekdays and off season.

Beavers Bend Resort Park Camping

Beavers Bend RV and Tent Camping
Beavers Bend RV and Tent CampingFor the camper or RV owner, the Beavers Bend Resort Park maintains 15 primitive camping areas, six semi-modern areas (electric and water hookups), and two modern areas (electric, water, sewer hookups and nearby bath house and dump station). All sites have toilet facilities; three of the semi-modern areas (Area A, B, and C) have full comfort station/shower facilities.

Two Group Camps with Cabins sleep up to 144 people.

* 110 RV sites with water & electricity, 31 sites may be reserved May - September, subject to availability. Prices $15. to $18.
* 56 tent sites - $8.00 per day, water and bathroom in area. No reservations necessary.
* 2 shelters available - $40. per day - reservations are required.

Beavers Bend Resort Park Hiking Trails

Beavers Bend Hiking Trails
Beavers Bend Resort Park also draws the serious hiker. Its 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, through tall stands of timber, and into areas so remote one can almost experience what early-day explorers must have felt upon seeing the Quachita National Forest for the first time. Good news for the not-so-serious hiker: the same trail can also be divided into a variety of short and long hikes.

Beavers Bend Resort Park Nature Centers

Beavers Bend Nature Center
A year-round naturalist and a well-stocked nature center make possible a program lineup 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.