OUTDOOR RECREATION: Beavers Bend State Park (1.9 miles), Beavers Bend Marina (4.9 miles), Broken Bow Lake (5.7 miles), Friends Trail Loop Trailhead (6.1 miles), Cedar Creek Launch (6.5 miles), Beavers Bend Depot and Trail Rides (7.5 miles)

WINERIES: Girls Gone Wine (1.8 miles), Vojai’s Winery (1.9 miles), Knotted Rope Winery (3.4 miles), FishTales Winery & Vineyard (3.6 miles)

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS: Beavers Bend Mining Company (1.0 miles), Hochatown Rescue Center & Petting Zoo (1.1 miles), Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum (3.6 miles), The Maze of Hochatown (3.8 miles), Rugaru Adventures Ziplining Tour (4.3 miles), Cedar Creek Golf Course (7.8 miles)

FOOD & DRINKS: The Hochahut (1.0 miles), Beavers Bend Restaurant (1.0 miles), The Blue Rooster Restaurant (1.8 miles), Grateful Head Pizza Oven & Tap Room (1.8 miles), The Eat Out (2.0 miles), Beavers Bend Brewery (2.0 miles) 

AIRPORTS: McCurtain County Regional Airport (23.0 miles), Dallas Love Field Airport (185.0 miles)

GROCERIES: Pruett’s Grocery Store (10.0 miles), Super Walmart (21.0 miles)

Broken Bow Lake- Mountain Fork River- Beavers Bend National Park

Broken Bow, Oklahoma is famous for it’s crystal clear lake water that allows you to admire your toes. Spend your day jetting across the lake,  catching rays on the shore, or hunting crystals and seashells on the beach. If the river speaks to your soul then endless adventures await.   Get lost in the pines as hike trails that flank the river, meander along the bends and curves in a kayak or inner tube, or wade in as you fly fish or hunt for tadpoles and crawfish.    Whatever you choose, you are certain to make lasting memories of your grand adventures in Broken Bow.  

The Duchess is a 5 minute drive from the south entrance of Beaver’s Bend State Park.

Get Lost in Nature

The Red Slough Wildlife Management Area boasts more than 270 bird species in its almost 400 acres of reservoirs and is an outstanding bird watching and waterfowl hunting area.  Composed of wetlands, marshes, lakes, streams, and forests you could cross paths with many critters including deer, otters, armadillos, racoons, and if you head to the wetlands you can even spot alligators.

Make Time to Visit One of the Duchess' Favorite Places

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Secret Waterfall Hike and Swimming Hole
Stroll through the stream and try your hand at catching crawfish
Seashell Beach Stroll
Beautiful spot for a Picnic, to watch the sunset, and to hunt for seashells and Crystals.
Sunset Ridge Star Gazing and Sunsets
Take a Left out the Front Door of the Cabin and Walk Straight for 2 mins
To go straight to the river walk down the Road blocked by a metal gate
Friends Trail Hike at Beavers Bend State Park
Fly Fish With The Best Guide in Broken Bow
Catch a Rainbow Trout