AREA ACTIVITIES

Chillin cabin is ideally located with ready access to surrounding hills and woodlands. Cedar Creek Golf Course is a mere 3 miles east and Carson Creek and Stevens Gap access roads to Broken Bow Reservoir are just a couple minutes south. Beavers Bend Resort Park is also just minutes away. Enjoy outdoor activities such as 4-wheeling, fishing, water sports, hiking and backpacking, and much more or just come and relax. For the more risky adults, the Choctaw Casino is only 20 minutes away in Broken Bow.

The Red Slough Wildlife Management Area is an outstanding bird watching and waterfowl hunting area. More than 270 bird species have been spotted here, including many that are rare to Oklahoma and not found elsewhere in the state. The project totals over 5,800 acres with almost 400 acres of reservoirs.

You can play hard at the area’s available activities or just relax.
We strive to make your stay enjoyable with pleasant memories and our desire is that when you reflect, you’ll say “I’ll be back”. Plus, if you thoroughly check, we believe our nightly charges are a little less than other similarly outfitted cabins in the area.

River Activities:

By staying at Chillin’ you are close to 3 rivers:  the Mountain Fork River, Little River and the Glover River, which is the last free-flowing river in Oklahoma.  The rivers are clean and give you the opportunity to test your skills in Class II rapids or to just float in the gentle waters.  The Beavers Bend / Broken Bow Lake area has outfitters that will set you up with a canoe or kayak to suit your preferences.

Beavers Bend National Park & Lake Activities:

Beavers Bend State Park is located 6 miles north of Broken Bow Oklahoma on Hwy. 259A, along the shores of Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River. The beautiful scenery and multitude of activities for adults and children alike draw many visitors to the area.

The beauty of Beavers Bend Resort Park is that one is free to explore on one’s own or to join in group activities – or to try a little of both. You can choose eagle watches (November through February), trout fishing, fly-fishing, guided horseback rides on scenic trails, or hayrides throughout the park.
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 and nature films. In the park’s Riverbend area water lovers can find yakanoes (a combination kayak and canoe), paddle boats, canoes, and sandy beaches with roped off swim areas. “The clear waters of the 14,000-acre Broken Bow Lake are also a favorite haunt of scuba divers. Other park diversions: golfing, miniature golf, tennis, jet skiing (rentals available), bumper boat rides, boating (party barge rentals available), and canoeing (rentals available).

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.

Lace up your hiking boots, grab a water bottle and point your compass towards southeast Oklahoma! As one of the state’s most popular outdoor oases, Beavers Bend State Park, home to the Forest Heritage Center Museum, offers miles of hiking trails to whisk you away on a great outdoors adventure.

Ready to hit the trails; hike amidst the towering pines, trek through the rippling creeks and experience our state’s diverse terrain and outdoor wonders? Five nature trails and approximately 12 miles of hiking trails, for every skill level are displayed on the map below.
Whether you’re an expert hiker or just enjoy recreational hiking trails, observe the trail descriptions, level of difficulty and safety information before you venture out.

Don’t forget the binoculars!

Nearby Restaurants & Areas of Interest

Restaurants

  • Abendigo’s Fine Restaurant 580-494-6509
  • Beaver Bend Restaurant 580-494-6551
  • Best Family Fun & Pizzeria  580-584-3866
  • Choctaw Travel Plaza 580-584-5528
  • Fiesta Amigos Mexican Restaurant 580-584-2003
  • Greatful Head Tap Room & Pizza Oven 580-494-6030
  • Stevens Gap Restaurant 580-494-6350
  • Secluded Acres Bar-B-Q 580-494-7301
  • The Oaks Steakhouse 580-494-6210
  • Dancing Rabbit Creek Coffee House 580-494-6321
  • Blue Rooster Fry House 580-494-6361
  • Papa Pablanos 580-584-9495
  • Roma’s Italian Restaurant 580-286-3400
  • Shady Oaks Restaurant 580-494-6350
  • Sonic Drive In 580-584-5266
  • Subway 580-584-7827
  • 4 Killer Koneys 580-494-6008

Centers of Interest

  • Forest Heritage Center 580-494-6497
  • Beavers Bend Nature Center 580-494-6556
  • Beavers Bend Resort Park 580-494-6300
  • Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum 580-494-6193
  • Indian Memorial Museum 580-584-6531
  • Gardner Mansion and Museum 580-584-6588 (call for appointment)
  • Car Legends Museum 580-286-2220
  • Museum of the Red River 580-286-3616
  • Wheelock Academy 580-746-2139

Boat and Canoe Rentals

  • Lucky Dog Canoe & Kayak Rentals 580-584-2909
  • Bumper, Paddle Boats, Canoe & Swim Beach 580-494-6512
  • Wild Goose Canoe & Kayak Rentals 580-584-2277
  • WW Trading Post & Canoe 580-584-6856
  • Ambush Adventures Canoe 580-584-2273
  • Beavers Bend Marina 580-494-6455 (all type of boat rentals)
  • Yippie Kayo Kayaks 5900 E US HWY 70 580-306-2279
  • Beavers Bend River Floats 580-494-6070
  • Broken Bow Fly Shop 580-494-6071
  • Broken Bow Lake Guide-Bryce Archey-584-494-6447
  • Parasail 580-306-7245
  • Yippi Kayo Kayaks 580-306-2279

Rides

  • Beavers Bend Depot and Stables 580-494-6613
  • Glover River Trail Rides 580-241-5599

River Floats

  • Ambush Adventures 580-584-2273
  • WW Trading Post & Canoe 580-584-6856
  • Wild Goose Canoe & Kayak Rentals  580-584-2277
  • River Rats Canoe and Kayak Rentals (580) 584-2699
  • Broken Bow Canoes & Kayaks (580) 306-7302
  • Lucky Dog Canoes & Kayaks 580-584-2909

Guides

  • 4 Seasons Guide Service, Recommended, Jerry Walthall, 580.306.8149, 580.584.9403
  • Chad Haltom (Bodie) Guide Service, 580.584.3927
  • Bryce Archery Guide Service, 580.494.6447
  • Ethen Wright Lake Guide, 580.236.0600
  • Tommy Rudisill, 580-306-2838

Gift Shops

  • Beavers Bend Gift Shop 580-494-6509
  • Janet’s Treasure Chest 580-494-6639
  • Mostly Memories Antiques 580-5845767
  • Girls Gone Wine 580-306-9463

Spas/Massages

  • Beyond Harmony Day Spa 580-584-6339

Golf Course

Cedar Creek Golf Course 580-494-6456

Museums

  • Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum- 580-494-6193
  • Forest Heritage Center 580-494-6497
  • Gardner Mansion and Museum 580-584-6588
  • Museum of The Red River 580-286-3616

Churches

  • Hochatown:
  • Chapel of the Pines Baptist Church 580-494-6316
  • Christ Community Church 580-494-6373
  • Hochatown First Assembly 580-494-7355
  • Broken Bow:
  • Charity Bible Baptist Church 580-584-3144
  • Church of God Parsonage 580-584-3596
  • First Assembly of God 580-494-3405
  • Lakeside Christian Church 580-4584-3670
  • First United Methodist 580-584-6013
  • First Assembly of God 580-584-6546
  • Eastside Missionary Baptist 580-584-6573
  • For a full listing see local phone directory