Things to Do In Broken Bow – Hidden Hills Cabins
The beauty of Beavers Bend State Park makes it one of Oklahoma’s most popular areas. It’s located along the shores of Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River.
Beavers Bend Mining Company
Beavers Bend Depot & Trail Rides
Forest Heritage Center Museum
Friends Trail Loop is one of the newer moderate trails Broken Bow has to offer. It is 1.5 miles, runs along a river, and is mainly used for hiking and running.
Brewery, Winery, and Distillery Tours
Mountain Fork Brewery is located right in the heart of Hochatown, OK. This brewery is gaining lots of recognition in the craft beer industry and is now distributing throughout Oklahoma and Texas! Click on their link below to book your brewery tour today!
Mountain Fork Brewery
If bourbon is more your taste, step right next door to Hochatown Distilling Company. Breweries, wineries, and distilleries are gaining popularity in Broken Bow.
Hochatown Distilling Company
Broken Bow Lake & Mountain Fork River
Broken Bow Lake is just minutes for all of the Hidden Hills Cabins. This lake is known for its picturesque views, rock cliffs, big bass, and deep clear water.
Beavers Bend Marina
Lucky Dog River Floats
Ambush Adventures Kayak Rental
Wild Goose Canoe Kayak Rental
The Broken Tiki
Mountain Fork River
Mountain Fork River is dammed to create the Broken Bow Lake. This warm water river has a lot of recreation to offer. The Upper Mountain Fork River winds through the Ouachita Mountains and is great for its floating and fishing smallmouth bass. The Lower Mountain Fork River, the tail water of Broken Bow Lake, is the most consistently flowing and best whitewater stream in Oklahoma. It is great for a canoe or kayaking adventure. Perfect for fly fishing, the river offers year round rainbow and trout fishing.
ATV Rules – Rules prohibit 2 riders on a vehicle unless it is designed for 2. Most “straddle type” ATVs are designed for only 1 rider. ATVs with bench seats can have more than 1 rider. Riders under 16 years of age must wear a helmet. If you are riding on US Forest Service property there is no extra permit required. Three Rivers W.M.A. trails are not available year round and require a deer hunting license to ride. All ATV related regulations are subject to change.
Fishing in the Broken Bow Area
There are several outstanding opportunities for fishing just moments away from Hidden Hills Broken Bow Cabins. A tailwater fishery flowing out of Broken Bow Lake, the Lower Mountain Fork River has 14 miles of trout habitat. It offers year-round fishing for rainbow and brown trout. The 3.8 mile Trophy section where boats and barbed hooks are banned offers great fly fishing.
4 Seasons Guide – (580) 306-8149
Broken Bow Trout Guide (trout spin cast and fly fishing):
Steve Branson – (580) 306-5613
Wright Guide Service – (580) 236-1039
Bryce Archery Guide Service – (870) 582-4561
Mountain Fork Brewery and Restaurant – (580) 494-3233
Mountain Fork Brewery and Restaurant is a low-key local brewpub offering house-crafted beers, classic pub grub & brewery tours. Outdoor seating with games and a playground for the kids!
Abendigo’s Grill – (580) 494-7222
Abendigo’s Grill & Patio is a restaurant that believes casual dining with a touch of class is a combination of great food, great service, great atmosphere and great music with the ones you love.
Shuck Me – (580) 494-3474
Shuck Me is a restaurant known for their seafood that also features a bar.
Steven’s Gap – (580) 494-6350
Steven’s Gap is an unpretentious restaurant serving fried catfish, chicken fried steak & other American comfort foods.
Grateful Head Pizza – (580) 494-6030
Grateful Head Pizza Oven & Tap Room is a rustic cabin eatery featuring creative pizzas & beer, plus a patio, a gift shop & live music.
The Blue Rooster – (580) 494-6361
The Blue Rooster features fried chicken, catfish & other southern eats in rustic surrounds with a bar & outdoor seating.
Hochatown BBQ – (580) 494-7301
Hochatown BBQ is located in the heart of the Beavers Bend State Park area on Highway 259. Enjoy a meal and shop onsite for souvenirs, gifts, T-shirts, hats, convenience items, furniture and western décor.
Papa Poblanos – (580) 584-9495
Papa Poblanos is a simple restaurant offering familiar Mexican eats such as burritos & enchiladas, plus breakfast.
Northside Ice Cream Parlor – (580) 494-7301
Northside Ice Cream Parlor is your one stop shop for sundaes, shakes and banana splits while visiting Broken Bow. Open seasonally from Thursday through Sunday, stop by to take your pick from one of their 12 delicious ice cream flavors.
The Noodle Shop – (580) 306-4669
Authentic Asian noodles, fried rice, and dumplings to go. Also has a small dine-in area. Call in your order and pickup at the window or come in to enjoy!
Okie Girls Coffee and Ice Cream – (580) 494-6545
Okie Girls Coffee and Ice Cream serves espresso and coffee based drinks with beans roasted from Onyx Coffee Lab. Plus, you can make your own ice cream creation. Start with your favorite Blue Bell flavor then choose which toppings you would like mixed in on the frozen slab.
Fun and Adventure
Hochatown Escape Games – (580) 579-8901
Rugaru Adventures Zipline Tours – (580) 494-2947
Beavers Bend Land and Water Park – (580) 494-6512
PaddleSUP Oklahoma – (870) 784-0450
Jet Boat Joe’s – (580) 306-8505
Bandits ATV & Boat Rentals – (580) 494-3333
Body Harmony Day Spa – (580) 236-7777 or (580) 208-0448
A Servants Hands Massage (in cabin massage) – (580) 703-3209
Mostly Memories Antiques – (580) 584-5767
Youngbloods Gifts – (580) 584-6999
Whip-Poor-Will Fudge Factory – (580) 494-6476
Sarah Hensley & Co– (580) 208-2629
Hot Mess Boutique – (580) 584-3528
Savvy Chix Boutique – (580) 584-7407
Broadway Boutique – (580) 584-5300
The Vintage House Liquor – (580) 584-6653
Bruton’s Outdoors – (580) 494-6494