If you enjoy camping, you will love the camping around Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park. There are hundreds of campsites to meet your needs. You can camp riverside along the Mountain Fork River, in the woods, or along the shores of Broken Bow Lake. All of these campsites are within the Beavers Bend State Park.
Beavers Bend State Park
The main area of Beavers Bend State Park is south of the Broken Bow Lake dam. This area is off of Highway 259. The road that runs through the entire park is 259A which will take you to all the campgrounds.
All camping and cabin reservations should be made online at the TravelOK website.
If you have any issues with your reservations or have specific questions about the park please call the park directly at 580-494-6300.
You should always contact the park directly before driving long distances to check camping availability.
Please be aware there are daily parking fees now required throughout Beavers Bend State Park. These fees start at $10 per vehicle per day. You can find more information on the parking fees on the TravelOK.com website.
There are roughly 40 cabins in this area as well that are operated by Beavers Bend State Park.
If you want to camp around the lake, you will either need to try the Stevens Gap Area or the Carson Creek Area.
Stevens Gap Area
Within the Stevens Gap Area you will find plenty of spaces to camp. There is both RV camping and tent camping available. This is a beautiful area with plenty of trees for shade. There are boat ramps and a marina within this area of the park.
Carson Creek Area
Just north of the Stevens Gap Area off of highway 259 is the Carson Creek Area. This is probably the least busy of the three campground, but still has plenty to offer. There is both tent camping and RV camping in this area as well as some great hiking trails. You can find boat ramps here to get out on the lake.
Overall, Beavers Bend State Park is one of the best places to camp in America. You will love your stay here no matter which part of the park you decide to camp in.
6 miles north of Broken Bow, Oklahoma on Highway 259. You cannot miss it due to the huge signs on the side of the road.