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At the present this business gets a rating of 4.7 stars out of 5 and this score was based on 1086 reviews.
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Beautiful place to go camping with the family ♡ water was nice and cold and lots of shade on our campsite. Restrooms & showers were clean. We got to see deer
Over crowded and office is unorganized. People were over booked into cabins.
Great place for the whole family or even just a quite get-a-way.
Nice trails and lots to do. Excellent fishing spots.
The state park cabins is one step up from camping outdoors. Clean, all you need to stay all night outdoors. Trails were clear and marked. The staff is pleasant and attentive. Quiet, kindness and beauty. Just what we were looking for.
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.
Definitely one of our favorite weekend getaways.
Enjoyed the weekend before Halloween with friends here. Very nice park, a lot of Halloween events - carving pumpkins, haunted house, haunted train, kayak, paddle boats, etc. It’s a pity we couldn’t make it to the haunted train, too long waiting line. But we spent a great time with friends party and camping here. Will come back again.
Beavers Bend State Park is such a unique place full of fun and adventure. You can do everything from boat, tube, hike, swim, etc. the hiking trails range from easy to difficult and they were truly and adventure for us and our kids. The public beach was very nice and it sometimes can get crowded so the earlier you arrive the better. There is definitely no shortage of things to do, just go out and have some fun!
We camp here every year! Great and affordable camping grounds right on the dam with canoe, kayak, pedal boat, and paddle board rentals at prices that can't be beat! Not to mention the snow cones!
We love coming to this state park have been coming for many years they have made a big change but was not aware of on 9/9/19 you have to reserve camp sites on line use to be first come not knowing this and arrive the same as we always do after our camp was set up we had a knock on our door the person said we are in their sit it was reserved nothing marked the site saying reserve I like the idle but people need to be informed people like me and my family from Texas did not know this so hope they figure this out so people don’t have to go threw what we did it was upsetting to have to pack up what we just set up hope the kinks work out and they use reserve signs on spots so people know .
One of the prettiest areas in the state.
I had a great time today hiking and spending time sitting by the stream. It was beautiful!!! I'll have to come back when I can ride horses, kayak, etc because I arrived too late. Awesome park!
I really enjoy this place and go multiple times a year. I was torn between 3 and 4 stars because their bathrooms are so terrible. But the scenery, hikes and friendly employees swayed me to give it 4.
We love Beaver's Bend. Been there for kayaking and camping 3 of the last 4 summers!!
Absolutely gorgeous!!! We go here every year. The lake is beautiful and the restaurant's are so much fun!
Beautiful landscape with plenty of things to do and see while there. From shopping to dining after a day at the brewery. It's a fantastic place to visit for all families
This park is huge and has so much to offer. It's beautiful and full of activities. The staff are very nice and helpful with recommending activities.
We went hiking and somehow got on a different trail and ended up over a mile from where we parked and were looking at a long walk back to the truck. We were lucky and found a park ranger, Morton Jones, who was very kind and gave us a lift back to our truck (up hill about a mile) and saved us a lot of time. We wanted to say a big thank you to Morton for the lift and we truly appreciated it!
Amazingly beautiful park. Well kept by a friendly and helpful staff. Lots of hiking trails with beautiful views! A must visit !!
It has amazing scenery. Great hiking trails. Incredible trout fishing for fly fisherman and rod and reel fisherman. The streams, rivers and lake is so clear and clean, you can see through it. Its clean and beautiful. Tent camping and RV sites are clean and awesome. Fun for everyone regardless of age. I promise you will love it.
We've always had a great time in this Park. Last time we were there the hiking trails had been neglected. Hope they get those back in shape.
Beautiful place to take your family!!
One of the most beautiful parks I've ever been to. We love this place!
Absolutely beautiful place. Great hiking trails with plenty of wildlife. Maybe if you are lucky you might see Bigfoot!
Been going to Beavers Bend State Park since I was a kid. This place has an amazing lake and tons of fun things to offer. I go once a year and it never gets old!
Beavers Bend is a great little state park. When taken together with the National forest it has the best hiking in the state. Skyline trail is challenging but worth the hike. I would suggest to keep it to a fall/spring activity. The heat of the summer would make it unpleasent. The lake is amazing as well. The beach area on the river is a little cool for kids but works okay. There is also a not as pretty beach area on the lake. The water temp is much better. The lake is best experience on a boat. Don't forget about kayaking the river. There is also mountain biking all though the trails are not well maintained. All said, arguably the best state park in Oklahoma.
We love to rent a cabin and stay the weekend. Nice to just get off the grid.
Beavers Bend state park is by far the most beautiful place in Oklahoma... For those wondering if is worth going there, let me tell you that you won't be disappointed in any way. There is no charge to visit the park, only if you plan to stay in a cabin, tent or RV... Beavers Bend state park has a beautiful river with a swimming beach area, lots of picnic tables and grills everywhere...
Wow - must see! Well maintained, beautiful place. Water sports, fishing, hiking - this place has it all
Beautiful scenery. Tons of cabin, camping, and glamping options. Fun little town.
Beautiful scenery. Love this place
I have camped off and on in the park for over 30 years. From our past two experiences we will never camp inside of Beavers Bend again. You guys have gone Hollywood, cleansed the nature center, rather the brand new poorly done taxidermy building and are discriminating against families now. Our previous trip was my oldests birthday, there were 11 of us and only one site open. We were only allowed 2 tents, but yet the 20+ party group rv next to us had a jet ski trailer, two boats, 6 vehicles, Halloween decorations, an entire dog yard, lawn ornaments, and another tent, but we paid the same rate as they did. This last visit we arrived around 630 and finally found an empty spot, was told that each hammock was a $14 charge in addition to the tent. So a family of five that wants to hammock camp has to pay five star hotel prices, $84 a night. We were also informed at a minimum of 6 times when quiet time was, while creepily watching my children. At 3am 9 college age people came in doors slamming, flashing lights, hooping and hollering and finally climbed into 1 tent, nothing was said. $14 for 9 people, and $84 for 5. This particular site had not been maintained in over 6 months, there was trash everywhere, nothing marked as to where we could set up, no electricity, no water and only had 2 other groups besides us. Both large groups. Not impressed and sad that my children can't grow up in the same park as I did.
We stayed here for a week and I have to say overall it is a very nice campground! Clean park with friendly staff and it even has a country store and restaurant inside the park for all guests! The trails were fun to hike and bike down, just he careful for copperhead snakes as we seen three of them in one week. It is pretty fun being camped by the dam, but just a heads up the siren goes off a few times daily signaling that the floodgates are opening up. Five sirens will sound signaling that the gates are opening up; then ten minutes after the 5th, a 6th will go off signaling that they opened the gates. The country store and restaurant has a little of everything incase you left something at home and their food is really good! They have Oklahoma's best hushpuppy's to with their tender fried catfish!
We are from Hillsboro Texas. We were told about Beavers Bend by our son and his family. They said so many great things so we just had to go camping there. We were blown away with the beauty of the trees and river. The smell of the trees was just awesome. The trails were great. My dachshunds and I enjoyed our walks every morning and every evening. We are coming back for sure. We truly fell in love with Beavers Bend. We did not want to leave but all good things must come to an end.
Amazing views a wonderful time spent with family you cannot ask for a nicer place.
Easy access to water and nearby town and lots of places to camp or rent a cabin.
I’m in love with this place it’s has changed i started coming to camp since 2012 but it’s an amazing experience every time you can hike, swim, fish and canoeing
A great place to camp, but the information on rates and availability of campsite maps are lacking. I reserved and confirmed a campsite for a camper and a tent at the given price. I called to verify and was told everything was good, but had to pay up again the same amount I paid already because was told having a tent with an electrical cord running to it counted as another structure with utilities. I checked about this at the front office and saw that even on that information it showed a per site fee not a per camping structure. I was told it was misprinted and the employee that told me over the phone did not work there very long. The park itself is great (outside of very wet bathrooms and lots of poison ivy/oak), but the website and overall public information needs major updating.
Very beautiful and scenic place. Good walking trails and streams. Awesome place for a getaway or trails.
Excellent State Park! The campsites are right in the river and you can easily walk down and swim right from you campsite. Though to wear water shoes as that part of the river is fished a lot. The park is Beautiful. The water is cold and a great way to cool off after a morning of exploring. There are many activities for families to do and most are priced pretty well.
Most beautiful spot in Oklahoma. Canoe float trip was great.
We hiked the Lookout Mountain Trail today and it was great. Beavers Bend State Park has lots of great activities to explore and enjoy.
Majestic. Can't wait to go back.
Used to love going and renting a cabin for 4 or 5 days in the spring or early fall. After it flooded a few times I haven't been back since it was so messed up and taking a long time to recover. It was beautiful, pine trees all over, not like Oklahoma. Check it out!
Amazing place to spend a summer vacation !! Recently we visited this place along with our friend's families and found it mind blowing ...Everyone absolutely loved it
Quiet and away from it all! Enjoyable place to camp and cabin.
Always love visiting Beaver's Bend State Park! Rode the train this most recent trip and our 2 year old absolutely LOVED it! Thank you!
This is such a beautiful park. Clean, the host are friendly, anf lots of stuff to do. No cell service but well worth it.
Great park with many outdoor activities. Hiking, paddling, horse riding, train riding, camping etc. Great facilities.
Beautiful park and lake right here at home. Street Rod car show in the park the 3rd weekend of May, worthwhile, many many beautiful cars and trucks...
Beautiful park along the Mountain Fork river below the Broken Bow lake dam. Lots of camping, but the RV camping is being renovated as of April 1st, 2019, so half the powered hookups are out for now. Cabin rental along the river as long as you book 2-4 years in advance. Some of the cabins appear to have been there since the park was built by the CCC, so these are excellent location, not luxury accommodations. The restaurant and store are basic, fried food with a great patio. The squirrels can be very bold.
water was crystal clear lots of scenic sites
Loved it! It was amazing! I went with my sister, we had an awesome day!
Great place fishing camping bbqing
Excellent park for a weekend getaway..
My absolute favorite place in Oklahoma. I always kayak down the Mountain Fork river and enjoy the spectacular park. My only complaint is now all the extra tourists, but it comes with great reviews like this one from a long time visitor.
It was a amazing I love jumping off the cliffs and floating the river it was so fun
Very nice park. I only wish that we could primitive camp without 5 day notice. We loved the spillway too.
Visited in mid October. Needed a light hoodie. There were lots of campers the weekend of October 13. Lots of people on foot hiking near the stream. But it was still very enjoyable and tranquil. We went for a friends anniversary weekend and took several great photos of the couple.
August 2019 The people are so nice. There was a talented wood worker that took the time to talk to the grandson. He showed them how his tools worked and made him a spin-top. The exhibits are well done, very informative. They are self guided and have button activated info announcements. 2018 - We had so much fun here! It is so pretty.
Really great park. Good hikes, trout in the water, interesting geology. However, the tent camp sites, facilities, and trails need some real maintenance.
Well worth the week! We stayed in a cabin and drove a mile or two into the state park. Despite the weather, it was beautiful & relaxing. If you're into hiking, it's an even better place to visit.
Amazing trip to a beautiful place. Wonderful trout fishing and great hiking trails. Breathtaking
The park is a great place to take your family or friends!
Beautiful- laid back- $15 each person for tent camping is a bit high. No signal/so what
We had alot of fun. We did a train ride, kayak, and swam at the beach. It's a beautiful place. It just needs unlocked bathrooms and CLEAN bathrooms. Those that we're available we're absolutely disgusting!
Great place for the family to go and it was free!! Enjoyed all the exhibits and the staff is very friendly
Love our Beavers Bend trips, especially in the fall or winter. Great cabins to rent with everything we need, just bring food or buy local. Wonderful hiking trails and kayaking the river is very relaxing.
This place is growing everyday. Very much designed as a destination. As soon as someone builds a live theater, its perfect.
Perfect for family. Advice : don't bring alcohol unless it's in a thermos. 400.00 ticket because you are in the state park. Also if you're bringing your own kayak don't launch if the dams open. It is seriously dangerous water flow rates when it's open are 7000cfps. When normally it's only around 309cfps
My family and I go there every weekend and we love it, so much to do for very little money
Beautician knew what she was doing,, very friendly, love the check in online
This really hurts to write this because ever since I was a child iv come to Beavers Bend State Park. Now as and adult I have been bringing my children for years. I am a Texas Master Naturalists and place a high value on public lands and there roll in helping educate and motivate future generations to protect our cultural and natural resources. Over the last couple years iv seen a monumental decline in the park. I’ve seen improvements in some facilities but declines in the overall morale of all employees and host alike. At every turn if employees were around at all they were rude. Even the new facilities were not clean and there was trash everywhere in the campgrounds. I understand litter is all of our issue. But at no time did I see anyone but myself pick up or clean anything. The one thing that always brought us back to the park, clean natural beauty, was littered with snack bags , cans and staff that obviously didn’t care. Sad and I’ll find another place to teach my family to love nature.
Beautiful camp grounds, great place to hike, go swimming, kayaking. They even offer canoe/ kayak rentals!
A great place to spend a weekend. Many locations to camp but also to hire a nice wooden cabin. Nature is stunning out there!!!!!!!
Hubby and I drive up from Fort Worth at least once a year to visit this beautiful park. We've always been happy with our cabin, love fishing and hiking, and the park restaurant serves the best rainbow trout I've ever had! All we need to bring are our personal things, firewood, and food, the cabins have linens and the kitchens have dinner and cookware. Go visit yourself and see, you won't be disappointed :)
Great place to go fishing. We stayed in the cabins which seemed pretty secluded from others which was nice, and right off a hiking trail. The park has so much to do. Kayaks, canoes, train rides, horseback and pony rides. We took two toddlers and we all had a good time.
Wonderful place to be with nature. Lots of trails and of varying levels too. There is a restaurant also available inside. There are ev charging spots as well though its a 110V outlets only. Near the heritage center parking you will see many ev charging spots.
We love this park! Friendly people, beautiful scenery and the fishing has always been good! It's a great spot for camping, kayaking, fishing, eating hiking and just relaxing.
The views are breath taking!! A great place to come for a reset as there is not really any cellular service and the best part after hiking is getting in the COLD river. Try your luck at some trout fishing!!!
A beautiful spot and a favorite stop for fall foliage
My family comes here several times a year and loves it. The cabins are amazing, the local restaurants are great, and the lake is nice.
Such a beautiful place with lots of things to do. I camp with a tent and love it. Water is nice and cold and with the cold river by it's not so hot .This place has lots of beautiful wildlife. Dont forget about the icecream truck ringing it's bell ♥️. My and my family love to go each year.
Relaxing!!! Totally enjoyed my visit.
This place is absolutely beautiful and clean. There is just about everything you can do outdoors here: hiking, swimming, fishing, kayaking, mini golf, camping... we'll definitely be back.
One of my favorite day trips for a place to go hiking! They have an excellent variety of trail lengths and difficulty levels. The only problem is I wish they had more, because I've already hiked every trail at least twice and others at least half a dozen times. My favorite is the Skyline Trail, but it's about 7 miles long and one end of it is pretty steep and rocky for a little while, so it's rough on your knees if you have issues with that. And parts of that portion are definitely challenging for little kids (they'll be scrambling over the boulders). But the view at the top is worth it. If your knees can handle the descent but you don't have time to do all 7 miles, just start at the end by the river lookouts and trek about a mile in or so maybe. Climb up to the top where you can look down on the river, and then turn around and trek back out. Even with the 3-hr drive (one way), bad knees, and having hiked the same trails over and over, this is still a favorite place to visit. Of course, it's nowhere near as amazing as the Rock Mountain National Park or anything like that, but when you live in northeast Texas and you only have 1 day available, this is a nice option
Beautiful...I don't know what else to say. When you go, and I highly recommend you do, take time to drive around the lake. There are lots of hidden treasures if you take time to look.
Beavers Bend is a beautiful part of Oklahoma. The trout fishing is year round. Excellent campsites with hot showers.
Best Texas state park. Really enjoyed my stay here. It got a tad nippy though so fix the g*sh darned weather
The park is beautiful and we loved kayaking around the river. There are hiking trails, a playground, restaurants and more. The nature center was cool and the staff was very nice.
Is our absolute favorite state park to visit! We are from northern Louisiana so its a quick 2hr trip to a great vacation spot!
Been coming for over 30 years. It's a wonderful place with trails, train ride, horseback riding, canoeing and a neat little nature center. Couldn't recommend more.
Some beautiful scenery down in this part of Oklahoma, lots of trees and hills.
Trails were well marked. Difficulty levels are appropriate. A great variety to trees.
A bit too crowded for camping. A good place for families and kids. A nice place for star gazing.
The views are breathtaking. The swimming areas are nice and clean.
Float trip was relaxing and beautiful scenery!
Water was freezing cold to cold to even think about swimming in. Great camp site excellent scenery price fairly our site was close to facilities which was very busy due to traffic very dirty but did have toilet paper so yeah for that. Sure could use a good spray down get out cobb webbs and dirt off ceiling walls an painted for a touch of look better. I realize that's a losing battle since people don't try to take care of anything these days. Over all it was a experience worth repeating except for getting in the ice cold water
Everything a state park should be. Total satisfaction guaranteed. A great place to kayak, flyfish , hike or just do nothing. Restaurant and store in the park!
We visited Beavers Bend in last week of June'18 and had booked beautiful river side cabin. Cabins are provided with full kitchen and other amenities, river view was mesmerizing. I would love to visit again for 3-4 days stay because they have really good restaurant so don't need to worry about food. Best option to enjoy some quality time in the peaceful woods along side enchanting river.
Add vice to the inexperienced hikers you can get lost easy in this park so never leave camp without camp back or some tipe of water suplie,i like off the grid hiking and got lost for day 1/2 the one thing that help me was I carry three liters of water with me every were,the water supply in the park is few and far between so plan ahead.with all that in mind the views were once in a life time experience.
One of my most favorite places to hang out and just relax and have fun. They have a small train in the park you must ride it is so much fun.
Worth the drive....after 50 years it was great to return.
Has become run down over the years but people are still nice .
Lots to see and do. Some of the the costs are pretty reasonable for rentals and fun to do. Some are pricey, but by no means outrageous. Lots of scenery, fun hilly drives, and even on a holiday weekend enough to do without bumping into the next person.
Always clean fun place to visit. My family and I have gone about a dozen times.
It's a large park but fishing is mainly accessible to those with boats. There are a couple trails but not enough to keep you busy all day. Definitely a place to camp or rent a cabin for the family.
Weather was terrific and trees were changing.
Our favorite place to get away to. Relax and listen to the water rushing by.
Fun for days! We swam, explored and then dam someone! The park is clean, affordable, and so fun for our family!
Place is absolutely stunning!!! Such a beautiful sight and so many things to see. Plenty of places to get out and walk around, beautiful water, pet friendly, playgrounds, Clean Restrooms! There are restaurants around, places to rent paddle boats and kayaks, and even a train to ride.
Great place! Great hiking phenomenal views absolutely love this place
So beautiful! Went kayaking down the river and it was such a great time!
Great place . Great views. Wish there was a better map GPS dont work well there. And dont speed tou will get a ticket .
Beautiful green trees and clear beautiful water. I caught a 22" and a 24" Rainbow that were super tasty. Reminded of the PNW
Love the fishing and the views. Just getting way too crowded these days.
Great state park to visit.
Absolutely beautiful. The scenery was breathtaking. Definitely recommend
The park is beautiful...lots of things for families to do but also great hiking for a person just wanting some time with nature. Warning - take the map of trails with you. We found out the hard way that most of the trails do not loop back to where you left your car. We had to flag down a park ranger who took us back. But it was worth it for the scenery - just beautiful woods and rivers. We stayed at a cabin in the park. Loved the location, beautiful cabin with grill and fire pit. But know that they are bare minimum furnished in kitchen, not even a pot holder. Also, the pullout sleeper sofa was HORRIBLE. Deep sagging in middle, steel bars poking out - should have been replaced years ago. Cabin 15, don’t take it if you need more than just the bed. But we will return again and again to hike, see the deer, the water. Beautiful, beautiful place!
Cell phone limited to AT&T unless you have a powered antenna setup. No WiFi. Get a spot by the river if you can, but they are first come, first serve only.
Absolutely beautiful place so much to do and see so relaxing peaceful so much history! Right in the heart of the Kiamichi National Forest and surrounded by several tiny little towns with the best restaurants you have multiple choices of beautiful cabins, so much to do so much to see, it's a great place to go relax, get away from the city and the cell phones!!
We enjoyed our stay at Beavers Bend. We always come to hike,swim or kayak but this weekend decided to pitch a tent ⛺ . We had a good weekend. Tent sites are $14 per night per tent. First come first serve. No reservations.
I go here to get out of the asphalt Jungle of the Dallas Metroplex it's always a fun time. Great fishing and lots of off-road trails to take four wheelers or Jeeps the restaurants have gotten noticeably better in the last few years here.
Amazing place. Absolutely loved our cabin
Well worth the trip from anywhere!!! So much to do and see! Male sure to plan enough time you could spend a week easy!
Great place to camp, fish and canoe! Can't beat that winning combination!
Great place with loads to do. Try a luxury cabin to really enjoy yourself.
it is one of the most beautiful state parks around..always see deer....and good place to eat...
Likely the most beautiful place we have camped in Oklahoma. Our site was right on the river, wildlife is plentiful, including birds, squirrels, raccoons and many deer. The park is easy to get to though the winding road requires a few miles of rather low.speed driving. The store has many basic essentials you may need and have forgotten and the attached restaurant has many rather tasty and economical meals to choose from. The only negative I can say about Beaver's Bend Campground is the occasional sirens that sound when the dam upstream is going to increase the amount of water it is releasing... these alerts occured daily while we were there and to say the least the sirens are very loud... though thankfully they do not last all that long.
Scenic, but hiking trails are VERY poorly marked.
Great family place! Really good people who work st the visitor center.
Absolutely gorgeous area. Very poorly maintained. The cabin had mildew in the bathroom and on the ceiling. AC filter was filthy. Even after we washed it the cabin stunk. Had to sleep with all the windows open to breathe. One of the stove burners did not work. Sparse dishes. The fridge control was broken. It ran all the time and froze all of our food. For $100 per night find a hotel. Should be priced at $30-$40. Now for the trails. They are extremely poorly marked. What was supposed to be a 1.5 mile hike was almost 5 miles. Fortunately we knew to take extra water. Large fallen trees were left over the trail vs having an opening cut. The river float was nice but only an hour long. Abendigos restaurant was the highlight. Awesome food. We will never go back.
Great place to fish for trout. Stop by the Beavers Bend Fly Shop and they will get you hooked up with what you need.
This place is amazing. There is so much to do. Fun for the whole family!
So beautiful. We were staying at a nearby cabin and tried some angling there briefly.
Been coming here all my life and am still not tired of it. The trout fishing is great.
Love this place we go every year for our family vacation fun
One of our families favorite places to camp. They are working on lots of improvements and updates. Can't wait to get back!
Great place to get away and enjoy beautiful scenery. Fishing and hiking are great also.
Horseback Riding, playing in the park, the Train ride, our cabin was wonderful. But get there before dark the roads are curvy and narrow, and cell service can completely go out in certain areas. But real great for family fun. Or if you don't want to be found and just get away from it all.
Beautiful area - state park seems to stretch the southwest side of broken bow lake - would definitely like to rent a houseboat and explore the lake for a few days. State park lodge Lakeview are older accommodations - price seems high for the condition and amenities. Hopefully the state will bring in a new lodging facility with restaurant, pool and other amenities like their neighboring states. That said, I’m glad we explored this area. State park a 5 accommodation at Lakeview Lodge 3 stars.
Loved the fact there was no cell phone reception and no TVs....
We’ve been coming to Beavers Bend for Our Family Reunion since 1984(and other kinfolk had been coming long before then). We always stay at Group Camp 1. There have been many changes. Great place.
Gorgeous park and plenty of things to do.
It's become a family tradition going every year. Love the people and love the place! See ya next year!
We came to visit the state park for a bachelor party this past weekend. Most of us had never been here so we were surprised at how nice everything was. We spent a lot of time just hiking around the river and exploring the views. It was also very reasonable finding a HomeAway close by. We will definitely be coming back when we can.
Great Place for Boating, Hiking, Camping, Boat Tours... the works, we Loved it
A real hidden gem a real shame that it isnt maintained better but amazing views and great times to be had and things to do
This is our favorite place for vacations. We stayed in a cabin this time but usually camp. We always have fun and come at least 3 times a year!
Loved it! Would have given 5 stars but the hiking trails need to be marked better and the horn that the corp sounds to let you know they are releasing water was a bit awful, but this place was a lot of fun and so pretty!!
A wonderful weekend, can't wait to go vack
This is such a special place. You can’t go wrong visiting beavers bend. We’ve been coming here for more than 25 years.
Great time at the park today. Fall shows it’s colors well here.
This is a absolutely beautiful place! Visited the first week in October, expecting it to be not quite so hot, but it was unusually warmer this year and was 95 every day. It was great to for getting outdoors! Beautiful scenery everywhere you look and abundant wildlife. Saw deer, raccoons, armadillo, an eagle, vultures and trout in the river! We spent most of our time hiking and enjoying the outdoors. Great place to visit.
Cabin #43 Beaver's Bend State Park. Cozy, clean cabins but if you intend to cook, the kitchen is lacking in several basic needs. No toaster, no oven baking pans, pot holders, paring knife, or lids for pans. The fire alarm went off the entire time we were cooking. The light over the stove didn't work. They provided one package of coffee with two little packets of sugar for four people for two days. The grill was left filthy and no brush to clean it with so had to go buy a brush and clean it before we could it. The firepit was full of trash. The hide-a-bed was torture. There was no padding at all on the mattress. We slept on straight coils. I cannot believe they would leave something like that for someone who paid as much as we did to sleep on. We enjoyed the little kayak float trip but all in all was not a good trip. Will not be returning.
It's a great place to go get off the grid and enjoy nature at its finest
Beavers Bend has awesome scenery a large lake, Enchanted River with many exhibits, and lots of Wildlife.