Peddal boating on the Mountain Fork River
Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park Marina, Rentals & Fishing

Marina & Boat Rentals

Located at the Hochatown side of the park, the marina at Beavers Bend State Park on Broken Bow Lake is your full-service marina. They offer everything from rentals, service, sales, fuel, a retail shop, fishing supplies, snacks and refreshments. Rentals include fishing boats, jet skis, houseboats, cabin cruisers and boat slips. Services include a gas dock, retails store, snacks & refreshments, full repair service, fishing guide services, and new & used boat sales. If you would like more information, you can contact them directly at 580-494-6455.

Canoeing & Kayaking

Not just for fly fishing, the Mountain Fork River offers beautiful scenery for the floater. Beavers Bend River Floats outfitters offers visitors canoe and kayak rentals for the 2.5 miles of the river that runs inside the park. But, don't stop there. Many more miles of beautiful, floatable scenery await those who want to float the upper and lower portions of the river. Also, the nearby Glover River is another Southeast Oklahoma favorite.

Swimming & Watersport Activities

Beavers Bend & Hochatown offers two swimming areas, one located at the Hochatown side on Broken Bow Lake, and the other at the Beavers Bend side, on the Mountain Fork River. Both areas offer beautiful, clear water for swimming and relaxing on those hot summer days. Many swimmers claim that the water in Broken Bow Lake is so clear, they can see their feet up to depths of 6 six feet in the water. This clear water lake is in stark contrast to the normally muddy, murky waters of most of the other lakes and rivers found in Okalhoma and Texas, especially near the Red River. Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River truly are two of Oklahoma's gems.


With great fishing in Broken Bow Lake for bass, crappie, and catfish, and brown and rainbow trout stocked regularly in the Lower Mountain Fork River, it is no wonder why Beavers Bend is a fisherman's dream getaway. Broken Bow Lake offers fishing for large and small mouth bass, white bass, crappie, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and various types of sunfish. The lower Mountain Fork River offers great fly fishing for rainbow and brown trout, and is normally stocked by the Oklahoma Game & Fish Commission every other Thursday. Two trophy areas are located just below the Broken Bow Lake dam. The river is also a popular smallmouth fishing stream.