The Broken Tiki

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Sara B.

“ Our boat guide was Brooks he was so knowledge of the lake and suggested many fun activities for our family! ” in 12 reviews

Stephanie S.

“ We met at their store/bar/bus depot (booze can be bought inside) and drove down to the ramp in their very cool old school bus . ” in 2 reviews

Cindi C.

“ Brooks was a great Captain and the whole boat really enjoyed the music. ” in 2 reviews

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2820 Stevens Gap Rd

Hochatown, OK 74728

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Do we bring our own adult drinks for the boat ride?

Unopened! They also have little frozen ones that they sell that they put a little ice chest for you. It's so family friendly. They also gave all the kids frozen strawberry lemonade, We learned so much about the area from The Man driving the boat

If the event of rain, our tickets non refundable? The website does not give that information. It just says the tour will not happen in inclement weather.

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By far the best experience in Hochatown! Nate was amazing and very knowledgeable & the lady in the front was super helpful I can't wait to go back

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We went to the flooded part of the lake to swim...basically swimming in a parking lot and saw this tour boat pull in and drop others off. We were intrigued!! Called this a.m. and hopped on a prepaid for 5pm boat. $25 a person for a little over an hour tour. We met at their store/bar/bus depot (booze can be bought inside) and drove down to the ramp in their very cool old school bus. Loaded onto the party boat and just sat back and chilled. The boat captain was super nice and a fellow band geek (along with the bus driver) so I was with my people. When you know, you just know. We got a history of the lake and waters surrounding it, wildlife and also jammed to some fun tunes as we drifted along. Very relaxing! We plan on doing this again on our next trip back from Fort Worth.

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We had such a great time on lake tour today! Brooks was a great Captain and the whole boat really enjoyed the music. The views where beautiful. The bar is super cute too!

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If there's a boat tour, then I am there! I was excited to find this place while planning my first ever Broken Bow stay. Booking was easy on their website. My map took me to the wrong place. I called them because I didn't want to be left behind. The nice lady that answered was patient with me. You can't miss it on Stevens Gap Rd. Look for the blue Tiki bus! They have a deck bar to hang out at and have drinks or play games before your tour. They advise you to come 30 mins early to give you plenty of time to check in. You can also purchase drinks from them, and they'll even lend you a little cooler bag filled with ice! The shuttle leaves about 15 mins prior to your scheduled time to take you down to the lake where the boat awaits you. And what a cool boat it is! Both sides were lined with a bar counter and stools set up along with a surf road shaped counter in the middle as well. Plenty of seating. The tour guide (forgot his name) was great and I liked his energy. He played fun, upbeat music throughout the whole tour. He even stopped to let everyone take pictures with the sunset in the background. Bring cash to leave a tip y'all! I booked the last tour of the day aka sunset tour and was so glad I did. Got some beautiful shots, but being there and experiencing it with a cold drink in hand made for a perfect ending to my first day of vacation. The whole staff was very friendly and welcoming. I definitely see myself making this a tradition on future Broken Bow trips. Highly recommending this boat tour to everyone I know and to you guys too!

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Great sunset cruise! We want to come back and try the Pirate boat next summer! Can't beat a water gun fight with a competing pirate boat!!

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Great experience, fun relaxing time! Great staff fun drinks. Fun for adults or family.

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Y'all, the Broken Tiki is an absolute MUST if you visit broken bow/hochatown. Do NOT hesitate to book with them! My now husband and I did an elopement trip to broken bow last week and we scheduled a tiki tour for our first night in town and it completely set the tone for our trip (we had a number of friends in tow with us as well). They are so kind and outrageously fun! I know not everyone visits for a wedding, but when they heard we were in town to elope, they offered to do a private boat ride out to a little island in the middle of the lake at sunset for our ceremony. That's the kind of people they are. Our experience was nothing short of amazing and our photos are epic! When, not if, we go back to OK, Broken Tiki will be on our list every time! Not sure how many captains they have and I'm sure they are all phenomenal, but if you can, ask for Patrick

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Awesome tour of the beautiful lake! Kind folks greeted us at the drop off spot. Road a eclectic cute bus to the tiki boat. Great boat driver, full of wonderful local information. Fun time! Will definitely do this adventure again.

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Seriously so much fun! This will be a must every time I visit Hochatown! Beautiful sights and fun atmosphere! Will definitely recommend to anyone planning on visiting the area!

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Adult only boat ride was fun with Patrick at the helm. Great music and history of the lake was amazing.

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Ashley has lived in Oklahoma for 30 years and is the Oklahoma staff writer for onlyinyourstate.com. When she isn't writing about Oklahoma, she enjoys visiting the beach and exploring new areas.

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For an unforgettable summer outing head to Broken Bow and enjoy a tiki boat tour. If you’re into fun games, great views, and good times this is the place to be. This stunning lake boasts crystal clear water and amazing views. With room to accommodate all your family and friends, this experience is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

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26 Best & Fun Things To Do In Broken Bow (Oklahoma)

By: Author Jerric Chong

Posted on Published: December 25, 2021  - Last updated: October 16, 2023

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With a population of just 4,100, Broken Bow is a little-known town in Oklahoma, and it’s often overshadowed by bigger tourist destinations like Tulsa and Oklahoma City .

When you look a little closer, however, you’ll realize that there are plenty of things to see and do in Broken Bow.

It’s a paradise for nature lovers; its secluded nature is home to breathtaking scenery in the form of rivers, lakes, mountains and waterfalls, and many of them have been unspoiled by human habitation.

It’s also quite charming in terms of shops, saloons, diners and other hallmarks of country living.

It’s very much a place that’s still imbued with the spirit of the Wild West.

Another thing worth mentioning about Broken Bow is its roadside attractions.

If you’re a fan of the kooky and quirky, you’ll find plenty of “you have to see it to believe it” attractions, including many that revolve around Bigfoot.

They’ll be perfect for your vacation scrapbook!

Are you ready to learn more about this hidden gem of Oklahoma?

Let’s talk about things to do in Broken Bow.

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1. Beavers Bend State Park

Beavers Bend State Park

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With lush scenery and ample opportunities for fun, Beavers Bend State Park is one of the best places for outdoor adventure in the central US.

For starters, it’s located in the foothills of Oklahoma’s mountains, so the landscapes are filled with everything from crisp, cold rivers to craggy cliffs peeking through oak and pinewood forests.

You can go hiking, biking, camping, canoeing, rock climbing and more.

Every activity is a sightseeing dream!

Points of interest around the park include everything from a sleek and modern golf course to a rustic lodging area that offers old-fashioned cabins.

Whether you’re interested in thrills like water skiing or slow, leisurely activities like guided horseback riding in the plains, Beavers Bend State Park has a little something for everyone.

There’s a reason why it’s considered one of the top tourist attractions in all of Oklahoma.

Address: 4350 S, OK-259A, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

2. Rugaru Adventures

Rugaru Adventures

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Do you have “ziplining” on your bucket list?

If so, this is the place to make your dreams come true!

Ziplining is one of the coolest things to do in Broken Bow thanks to the proximity of the Kiamichi Mountains.

Not only can you achieve dizzying heights from its tree-topped cliffs, but you can also enjoy a panoramic, bird’s eye view of its lakes, cliffs and alpine forest all the way down.

Rugaru Adventures isn’t the only place in Broken Bow that offers ziplines, but it’s among the best.

It has six different lines that range in length from 300 to 1,100 feet, and thrill-seekers have been known to reach speeds of 35 miles per hour or more.

Do something different this year with a trip to Rugaru Adventures.

Cross an item off your bucket list.

Go sightseeing in Oklahoma in a whole new way!

Address: 2658 Stevens Gap Rd, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

3. Hochatown Swamp Booger Mercantile

Hochatown Swamp Booger Mercantile

Hochatown Swamp Booger Mercantile

If you’re looking for unique places to visit near Broken Bow, how about somewhere with “swamp booger” in its name?

The Hochatown Swamp Booger Mercantile is a fun and quirky shop that’s beloved by passing tourists.

You can buy colorful t-shirts and kitschy “I Love Oklahoma” key chains; you can indulge in coffee, milkshakes, ice cream and bubble tea.

They even sell freshly-made fresh with all of the fixings as a southern-style dessert.

It isn’t a large store, but that’s part of its charm.

It’s almost like a roadside attraction that you’ll only find if you drive by it or get directed to it by a local.

You certainly won’t find this booger bonanza in any fancy travel brochures!

One thing to note about the Hochatown Swamp Booger Mercantile is that it’s technically located outside of Broken Bow in the neighboring city of Hochatown.

However, it’s only a few miles away, and many Hochatown attractions are considered Broken Bow attractions as well.

They’re not unlike the Twin Cities of Oklahoma, so put some extra gas in the tank to enjoy both during your vacation!

Address: 8891 N US Hwy 259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

4. Broken Bow Lake

Broken Bow Lake

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The glittering waters of Broken Bow Lake have long attracted everyone from weary travelers seeking respite to excited tourists looking for summertime fun.

Are you going to answer the call as well?

Located at the axis of two different state parks, this freshwater lake is one of the largest in the state of Oklahoma, and it’s filled with pretty things to see and exciting things to do.

You could easily spend your entire vacation exploring its 14,000 acres without stepping foot into the rest of Broken Bow.

The many things to do at Broken Bow Lake include swimming, boating, fishing, hunting and hiking.

You can rent kayaks and jet skis to make a splash on the water; you can spread out blankets for picnicking in the grassy green fields.

A number of trails are available if you want to venture around the park and see what wildlife you can spot.

(November to December is bald eagle season, so bring your binoculars if you’re visiting at the end of the year!)

Whether you’re a fan of outdoor adventure or leisurely recreation in beautiful scenery, Broken Bow Lake is one of the top vacation spots of Oklahoma.

You definitely won’t want to miss it.

Address: Broken Bow, OK, United States

5. Choctaw Casino Broken Bow

Choctaw Casino Broken Bow

Choctaw Casino Broken Bow

Are you ready to have some fun this weekend?

Swing by the Choctaw Casino Broken Bow for all of the glittering lights and jingling slots that you could want.

Gambling tables offer blackjack, three-card poker and heads up hold ’em.

Slot machines can be played with as little as one cent.

There’s a media room that offers everything from live music to NFL viewing parties, and several on-site bars will keep the drinks flowing.

It’s all legal, too.

Oklahoma has complex gambling laws, but it allows betting in Indian-style casinos like this one, so everything is above board.

If you’re looking for an adult playground in Broken Bow, saunter over to the Choctaw Casino Broken Bow.

It’s one of the best nightlife destinations in the city, and Lady Luck is a regular entertainer.

Address: 1790 S Park Dr, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

Planning to visit other parts of Oklahoma? Why not check out some of the things to do in Tulsa ?

6. Janet’s Treasure Chest

Janet's Treasure Chest

Janet’s Treasure Chest

What do Bigfoot and the Statue of Liberty have in common?

They’re both on display outside of Janet’s Treasure Chest , the quirkiest little gift shop in Broken Bow.

You can find all kinds of odds and ends at Janet’s.

From vintage toys to feather boa jewelry to gold-plate antique cash registers, there’s always something new to be discovered on the shelves.

Most have very reasonable thrift store prices, though some are specialty pieces that have been picked up at auctions or donated from high rollers, so they’re more expensive.

You don’t need to spend money at Janet Treasure Chest’s to have a good time, however.

Window shoppers are welcome.

So are selfie-takers who just want to snap a photo with the statues and cardboard cut-outs that dot the front lawn.

Visiting Janet’s can be one of the most memorable free things to do in the city, so even if you’re on a budget, swing by and say hello to Bigfoot!

Address: Hwy, 259 N in Hochatown, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

7. Beavers Bend Mining Company

Beavers Bend Mining Company

Beavers Bend Mining Company

Digging for dinosaur bones.

Sifting through sand for gemstones and arrowheads.

These are just a few of the activities at the Beavers Bend Mining Company , a geological education center for kids and adults alike.

You’ll start by partaking in fun, family-friendly “digs” that can unearth everything from fossils to precious metals.

The action will take place in a long, narrow sluice holding both water and sand.

Once you have a good haul, you can go indoors and match what you’ve found with different museum-style displays and exhibits.

Gold prospectors have always loved Broken Bow, and you’ll learn why with the help of the center’s educational info.

Ultimately, if you’re wondering what to do while visiting Broken Bow, the Beavers Bend Mining Company can be something fun, memorable and a little outside of the box.

You might even bring home a one-of-a-kind souvenir that can go on your mantle for years to come!

Address: 9221 N US Hwy 259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

8. Hochatown Rescue Center and Petting Zoo

Hochatown Rescue Center and Petting Zoo

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If you’re wondering what to do with kids while in Broken Bow, consider a trip to the Hochatown Rescue Center and Petting Zoo .

Home to dozens of animals, the rescue center lives up to its name by providing a home for everything from goats and pigs to emus and kangaroos.

Exotic animals live side-by-side with traditional farmyard and barn-dwelling critters.

Many can be pet, fed and held by visitors, including children, so it can be an educational experience as well as an exciting one.

The staff is always on hand to answer questions and encourage children to develop a love for wildlife care and conservation.

If you’re really lucky, you might drop by the center when there’s been a recent rescue or birth.

Your kids will never forget the time that they got to cuddle baby deer!

Spend an afternoon at the Hochatown Rescue Center and Petting Zoo.

Not only will you be supporting a good cause, but you’ll be giving your kids a chance to interact with animals that they’ve never actually seen outside of a zoo.

Chance encounters at a young age can lead to a lifelong love of animals!

Address: 9177 US-259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

9. A Servant’s Hands

A Servant's Hands

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Vacations can be exhausting, so if you ever find yourself in need of a relaxing spa day, how about scheduling a massage with A Servant’s Hands ?

Offering a full range of body services, A Servant’s Hands is unique among Broken Bow’s attractions because it’s an attraction that comes to you.

The staff operates out of a mobile “cabin” that will drive to your destination upon booking.

Inside, their parlor is just as professional as any other spa; there are white towels, plush massage tables and sleekly polished hardwood floors.

They also offer all of the usual spa services, including facials, skin treatments, foot treatments and a variety of massages.

It’s an unusual establishment, but it works.

If you find yourself needing to unwind a bit during your trip to Broken Bow, let yourself get pampered by A Servant’s Hands.

Not only will they release the tension in your shoulders, but they’ll do all of the work in finding you rather than the other way around.

Address: 2353 Old Smithville Hwy, Smithville, OK 74957, United States

10. Mountain Fork River

Mountain Fork River

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Mountain Fork River is one of the most beautiful places in America .

It’s a tall claim to make, but it’s true.

In the spring, the river churns with white-water rapids that are ideal for rafting, canoeing and kayaking.

In the summer, the trees and flowers reach full bloom, creating picturesque nature trails for walks and hikes.

Autumn sees the leaves turn brilliant colors that will make you want to take a scenic drive.

Even Oklahoma’s mild winters can bring a touch of frosty beauty to your sightseeing.

Other forms of entertainment at the river range from man-made rock gardens to natural ponds and streams for fishing.

It’s a gorgeous place, and it’s always ripe for exploring.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re traveling to Broken Bow this weekend or several years into the future.

You’ll always find beauty at the Mountain Fork River!

Exploring other areas of Oklahoma? Why not check out some of the best things to do in Oklahoma City ?

11. Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest

Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest

Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest

Held every spring, the Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest is one of the top things to do in Broken Bow.

It combines food, drink, music, dance, art and culture to celebrate the older, more rugged ways of life.

Musicians play everything from folkish flutes to bluegrass banjos and mandolins.

Games and contests include things like axe throwing, double buck sawing and Jack-n-Jill crosscutting.

Other activities range from art shows to luncheons served with farm-fresh meals.

Another important aspect of the festival is that it pays homage to the Native Americans who lived in Broken Bow even before European settlers.

You can find many forms of indigenous artwork and craftsmanship for sale in order to support these tribes.

Spring in Broken Bow is always splendid, but it’s even better when you catch the Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest.

Whether you’re interested in woodcarving demonstrations or nature photography stalls, this is an event to mark on your calendar.

12. Old West Town Mini-Golf

You’ve never played mini-golf quite like this!

Old West Town Mini-Golf is set in a rustic, country-style environment.

You’ll have to use your nine iron to navigate everything from trick shots around wheeled wagons to putting greens situated in saloons, blacksmith shops and old-fashioned post offices.

Despite its novelty status, however, the town is authentic in terms of detail and decoration.

It’s a genuine representation of life in the late 1800s, and real artifacts of old are scattered throughout the course.

One of its coolest pieces of memorabilia is the costume of “Pawnee Bill,” a famous performer in 19th century Wild West shows throughout America and Europe.

The Old West Town would be a must see destination even without the golf course, but since it’s there, why not take advantage and play a few rounds?

You’ll have fun, and you’ll do something unforgettable while you’re in Broken Bow.

Address: 9123 N US Hwy 259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

13. Girls Gone Wine

Girls Gone Wine

Girls Gone Wine

Girls Gone Wine is a hilarious stop in the northern streets of Broken Bow.

It’s a winery, but it’s decorated with bright, popping colors and advertised with a sassy sense of humor, so it’s a far cry from the pompous wineries that you might’ve visited in the past.

Visitors can browse the boutique, examine the wine collection, swirl some samples at the tasting bar or lounge around on velvet couches with a glass in hand.

There’s no vineyard, but everything is locally sourced, so you’ll still be supporting Oklahoma’s small farming communities.

A VIP table can be reserved under the name “The G-Spot.”

You might also enjoy some of the winery’s special events, including parties, movie screenings and fundraisers like the “50 Shades of Pink” 6K marathon.

One thing’s for sure: Girls Gone Wind will be one of the most memorable experiences that you have in Broken Bow.

Once you’ve enjoyed a funky place like this, you’ll be spoiled for other wineries!

Address: 10216 US-259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

14. Hochatown Escape Games

Hochatown Escape Games

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It might sound strange, but one of the best things to do in Broken Bow is locking yourself in a room.

It just has to be one of the rooms at Hochatown Escape Games !

Able to accommodate up to 10 players at a time, these escape rooms can offer an exciting and immersive experience for everyone from romantic couples to big families with kids.

You can choose from five different “themes” for your escape game, including a killer virus, a murderer at a lake house and a crooked sheriff in an Old West town.

The company’s website notes which scenarios are harder than others and which ones are and aren’t kid-friendly.

When you’re done with daring adventures, consider some of the other activities in the building, including scavenger hunts and axe-throwing lessons.

The fun never stops at Hochatown Escape Games, so it’ll be an excellent destination for your Broken Bow vacation.

Address: 125 Lukfata Trail, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

15. Glover River Trail Rides

Glover River Trail Rides

Glover River Trail Rides

This is another thing to do that’s a bit outside of Broken Bow, but if you’re willing to start your journey with a drive, you can end it on a horse!

Glover River Trail Rides is a horseback riding company, you see.

You can enjoy all of the beauty of Oklahoma’s rugged terrain from the saddle of a gorgeous mare.

It’s okay if you’ve never ridden before; beginners are welcome, and helmets and instructions are always available.

Tours can be between 1 – 3 hours depending on the exact trial taken.

If you’re comfortable, you can sign up for things like crossing footbridges, wading across streams and walking under forested canopies.

Sunrise and sunset tours can add an extra bit of magic to your ride.

If you’re looking for a unique way to see the sights, consider Glover River Trail Rides.

Horseback riding can be a lovely memory for travelers of all ages and skill levels.

Address: 32 Driftwood Lane, Battiest, OK 74722, United States

16. Bandits ATV and Boat Rental

Bandits ATV and Boat Rental

Bandits ATV and Boat Rental

This isn’t actually a tourist attraction, but if you plan on spending a lot of time outdoors, it’s an important stop to make.

It’s a rental shop where you can find everything from off-roading vehicles to pontoon boats for a day on the lake.

ATVs are the most popular rentals, and the shop offers both half- and all-day rentals for vehicles that can sit anywhere from 2 – 6 people.

You can also get a pontoon boat that will let you explore the water at your leisure.

It can accommodate up to 11 people, so it’s perfect for families or work groups.

The shop will even take it to the shore for you if you don’t have a trailer of your own!

Bandits ATV and Boat Rental is one of the best places to visit for newcomers to Broken Bow.

Not only can it give you lots of ideas for outdoor fun, but it can also provide the equipment that you’ll need to turn your visions into reality.

Address: 9160 N US Hwy 259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

17. Beavers Bend Folk Festival and Craft Show

Beavers Bend Folk Festival and Craft Show

Beavers Bend Folk Festival and Craft Show

The Beavers Bend Folk Festival and Craft Show is an annual event that takes place every autumn in Broken Bow.

Filled with fun things to see and do, it draws more than 17,000 visitors per year, and it celebrates the heritage of Oklahoma and the other cultures that shaped it.

Music fans can enjoy outdoor concerts and performances.

Shoppers can browse stalls that offer everything from homemade shawls to hand-carved wooden toys.

Culture enthusiasts can watch demonstrations about quilting, butter churning, candle making and lye soap dying.

Foodies can munch on delicious fall favorites such as apples, pumpkins, pies, jams and tarts.

Another great thing about the festival is its proximity to the Beavers Bend State Park, so once you’ve seen all the concerts and sampled all the desserts, feel free to head over to the park for even more fun.

The Beavers Bend Folk Festival and Craft Show can only be experienced once per year, so if you’re thinking of traveling to Broken Bow in the fall, make it during the festival time!

18. BigFoot Speedway

BigFoot Speedway

BigFoot Speedway

With a name like BigFoot Speedway , you’d probably expect this destination to be quirky, and you’d be right!

It’s an amusement center that takes pride in its silliness, but that’s exactly why you and your kids will have a blast.

The “Speedway” part of the name refers to the outdoor go-kart track.

The “Bigfoot” part refers to the rides and games indoors, all of which are stamped with cartoon gorillas.

Activities include the BigFoot 360, a dizzying simulator ride, and the Bigfoot VR, a thrilling virtual reality roller coaster.

A snack bar is available, so you can cool down after all the excitement with a nice soda or snow cone.

All things considered, BigFoot Speedway is one of the most fun places to go in Broken Bow.

You don’t even need to have children, though they can be a convenient excuse for dropping by and enjoying the rides, games and snacks.

If you’re proud of being a kid at heart, however, walk right in and claim a go-kart!

No one will stop you.

BigFoot doesn’t judge.

Address: 52 Stevens Gap Rd, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

19. Whip-Poor-Will Original Fudge Factory

Whip-Poor-Will Original Fudge Factory

Whip-Poor-Will Original Fudge Factory

Did someone say fudge?

Offering some of the best desserts this side of the river, the Whip-Poor-Will Original Fudge Factory is a must do among Broken Bow’s attractions.

It sells multiple varieties of its namesake, including maple nut, peanut butter, praline, coconut cream and mint chocolate swirl fudge.

During the fall and winter, you can also find fudge with seasonal flavors like pumpkin pie and caramel apple pie.

If you eat so much that you can’t move, that’s okay, too: There are Whip-Poor-Will Cabins available for rent right near the shop.

They have names like “Sweetgum Lodge” and include amenities ranging from fire pits to fishing holes.

Chocoholics, you won’t want to miss the Whip-Poor-Will Original Fudge Factory.

It’ll satisfy your sweet tooth and your desire for R&R all at once!

Address: 12667 Hwy 259 N, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

20. Steven’s Gap Restaurant

Steven's Gap Restaurant

Steven’s Gap Restaurant

Considered by many to be one of the best restaurants in Broken Bow, Steven’s Gap Restaurant has a stick-to-your-ribs menu that’s outdone only by its fun, country-style aesthetic.

Comfort food is the priority here.

Rather than fancy little dinners served on white tablecloths, you’ll be given thick slabs of country fried steak and heaping piles of cheese fries.

You can also order American classics such as burgers, onion rings, battered catfish, rib-eye steak, biscuits and gravy, pancakes and eggs.

You can even spice things up with some spicy fried pickles!

You never have to go hungry in Broken Bow when a place like Steven’s Gap Restaurant is nearby.

Visit for the BLTs; stay for the cozy, unpretentious atmosphere that will welcome you back time and time again.

Address: 9955 US-259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

21. Broken Bow Tiki Tour

Broken Bow Tiki Tour

Broken Bow Tiki Tour

This service is officially named a “ Broken Bow Lake Tour ,” but most people just call it the “Tiki Tour.”

It’s catchier, and it’s much more fitting for the fun and lively atmosphere cultivated by Captain Chuck on his pontoon boat.

Tour takers will enjoy a bright, tiki-themed bus ride to a bright, tiki-themed boat.

Colorful paint and delightfully tacky straw decorations will make you think that you’re in Hawaii rather than Oklahoma.

Once aboard, you’ll cruise the waters of local tourist attractions like Beavers Bend State Park and Broken Bow Lake.

Entertainment options include drinking cocktails, playing mini-golf, looking for eagle nests and swapping stories with Captain Chick.

If you ask nicely, he might even let you jump from the second story of the boat into the water.

When all is said and done, a tiki tour is one of the most fun things to do in Broken Bow.

Call today and book a slot!

You could be cruising around the lake with a cocktail in hand as early as this weekend.

Address: 2820 Stevens Gap Road, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

22. Forest Heritage Center Museum

Forest Heritage Center Museum

Forest Heritage Center Museum

With so much of its tourism sector dedicated to parks and nature preserves, you might find yourself wondering what to do in Broken Bow on a rainy day.

When the storm clouds come a-rumbling, how can you entertain yourself?

One option is a visit to the Forest Heritage Center Museum .

Located within Beavers Bend State Park, it’s a hidden gem nestled in the mountains that will unfurl with color, curiosity and wonder when you step inside.

Objects include everything from antique forestry tools to modern plant cuttings and seed collections.

A library is filled with books, maps, records and periodicals relating to homestead America.

Artwork includes traditional paintings and portraits as well as unique pieces like wood carvings and larger-than-life dioramas.

The dioramas were even painted by Harry Rossoll, the creator of Smokey of Bear!

Offering an exciting and instructive time, the Forest Heritage Center Museum is easily one of the best things to do in Broken Bow, and it’s accessible all year long without any restrictions regarding the weather.

You can put it on your itinerary and feel confident about it.

Address: North US Highway 259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

23. Idabel Main Street Festival

Idabel Main Street Festival

Idabel Main Street Festival

Families, you might be asking yourself what to do on your Broken Bow vacation that’s appropriate for all ages.

The answer is the Idabel Main Street Festival.

Held a few miles south of Broken Bow in Idabel, the Idabel Main Street Festival is exactly what it sounds like: an annual gathering of people along the town’s main road.

On this day, however, “business as usual” is exchanged for merry activities involving food, drink, games, contests, music and more.

Kids will love the pancake breakfasts followed by carnival rides and face-painting booths.

Teens will get a kick out of tipping buskers and street performers.

Adults will adore the samples offered by the chili cook-offs and the prizes to be won at the corn hole tournaments.

The Idabel Main Street Festival is one of the best places to visit for parents and children in Oklahoma.

In addition to offering good old-fashioned family fun, admission is free, so everyone can join!

Address: Main St, Idabel, OK, United States

24. FishTales Winery and Bistro

FishTales Winery and Bistro

FishTales Winery and Bistro

If you’re on a budget, some of Broken Bow’s attractions might be a bit steep for your wallet.

The good news is that there are plenty of free things to do, including a tasting at the FishTales Winery and Bistro !

Green hills stretch as far as the eye can see.

Patio seats will let you gaze out at the horizon while enjoying your wine complimentary tasting.

All that you have to do is order something from the on-site restaurant, and since all menu items are designed to pair with wine, they’ll be a fitting complement for your drinks.

Whether you want something light to go with a charcuterie board or something heavier to complement breads, soups and sandwiches, the chefs have you covered.

Another noteworthy thing about the vineyard is that it grows muscadine grapes.

These are a native species to Oklahoma, and they’re darker and juicer than other kinds, resulting in fantastically tasty jams, jellies and wines.

You don’t have to drain your bank account to enjoy Broken Bow.

Just set aside some lunch money for a trip to the FishTales Winery and Bistro!

Address: 17 Oak Leaf Ln, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

25. Hochatown Saloon

Hochatown Saloon

Hochatown Saloon

While it’s true that Oklahoma isn’t exactly a hub of nightlife, there are a few places out there that can offer drinks and dancing after sundown.

One of these destinations is the Hochatown Saloon .

Like its name suggests, the Hochatown Saloon is designed like something from the Wild West.

Even its exterior architecture has the wood panels and horse hitching posts that you’d expect from an authentic 18th-century alehouse.

Today, however, you’re more likely to find cars than foals.

The country and western vibe lives on in the free-spirited atmosphere of the saloon.

During the day, it’s a kid-friendly restaurant; at night, it transforms into a dance hall complete with live music and tipsy but enthusiastic patrons.

Hang up your spurs and put on your line dancing shoes.

It’s time for a fun night in the town at the Hochatown Saloon!

Address: 28 Old Hochatown Rd, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States

26. Talimena National Scenic Byway

Talimena National Scenic Byway

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Winding through the southeastern part of the state, the Talimena National Scenic Byway is one of the top places to visit in Oklahoma .

It’s a little outside of Broken Bow, but it can be a very worthwhile detour if you’re passing near the city.

The highway itself covers more than 52 miles and passes through a lot of rich and biologically diverse scenery.

You’ll see rivers and forests; you’ll see deer, bears, eagles, rabbits and snakes.

Fall is an especially popular time for a drive since the changing leaves will make it seem like the trees are on fire with color.

Attractions along the highway include everything from restaurants to horse ranches to log cabins for rental.

A perpetual favorite is Pam’s Hateful Hussy Diner, but there are many others as well.

Take a drive down the Talimena National Scenic Byway for beautiful views, amazing wildlife observation and all of the burgers and fries that your stomach can hold!

Address: OK-1 Scenic, Talihina, OK 74571, United States

Start Planning Your Trip To Broken Bow

Maybe you’re planning a distant holiday or honeymoon.

Maybe you’re pulling up to the “welcome” sign right now, and you need fun things to do in Broken Bow today.

Whatever your schedule and whatever your plans, you’re sure to find plenty of options in this little-known slice of Oklahoma paradise!

Happy travels.

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10 Blissful Cabins in Broken Bow Oklahoma, Places to Eat & Things to do

B roken Bow, Oklahoma – aka, Hochatown, is a short drive across the Red River border between Texas and Oklahoma and a popular vacation spot within a 3-hour drive for families to get close to nature. 

Within 90 minutes you could be in Oklahoma City or close to Lake Texoma , which is a great place to vacation. We have spent a few relaxing and happy weekends there as a family and have the best tips and ideas for you to do the same.

You can factor in a visit to Eisenhower State Park en route.

Looking for Cabins in Broken Bow Oklahoma is the first step to planning a trip.

Booking one of these great Broken Bow cabin rentals is a must, as families can vacation together, enjoying hiking, boating on the Broken Bow lake, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors in the Beavers Bend State Park and cute local town restaurants, a winery, and some fun local attractions for the Kids in Hochatown, Oklahoma.

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In addition to these rentals, if they’re booked up when you want to go, you can also try Beavers Bend Cabins, which is a centrally-owned agency that offers cabin management and booking.

Is Broken Bow and Beavers Bend the same?

Beavers Bend is the name of the State Park within Broken Bow and the nearest town is Hochatown, Oklahoma.

How far is Broken Bow from Dallas or Planoe?

Depending on traffic, the fastest route is 156 miles, via US 82E and is estimated at 2 hours 34 minutes.

How much are Cabins in Broken Bow Oklahoma to rent?

Rents start at $99 per night but can increase based on the size and number of beds it offers and amenities it offers. For a family, expect somewhere between $200 – $495 for a huge cabin to host multiple families.

Things to do in Broken Bow, Oklahoma

For the adults of the family, there’s a Winery (Girls Gone Wine) that offers a great range and a gift shop with super cute gifts ( We recommend you try the Winearitas! )

A Weekend Itinerary could include:

  • Go to Tomahawk’s for axe throwing  
  • Spot the Deer in the forest while you’re hiking more than 12 trails in Beavers Bend State Park and then hitch a ride on the cute train ride.
  • Kayak the Lower Mountain Fork River
  • Zipline over Broken Bow Lake
  • Ride go-karts in the Big Foot Speedway
  • Pet the animals at Hochatown Petting Zoo . 

Head to Steven’s Gap ( Off of U.S. 259, Hochatown, OK ) to pick up one of the BrokenTikiTours . They get the little kids involved, who may even be able to drive the boat!

Head 9 miles west on Highway 3, and try Riverman Trail Rides for horseback riding. It’s a beautiful ride. It puts you up on this huge cliff overlooking a river – it is stunning.

Ages 10 and up ride their own horse; littles can ride with an adult on a tandem saddle in the rear – the people running this are the folks who own and live on the land itself – truly amazing!

The food at Buffalo Grill is also great. If you fish, go to the river for trout. Each person must have a Oklahoma fishing license. 

For a little more adventure, you can Rent ATV’s and Boat Rentals – couples or families looking for adventure and a unique experience in the great Ouachita mountains.

You could always try Ziplining too with Rugaru Aerial Adventures, but be sure to check the requirements for the members of your family that can take part. Tripadvisor classifies it as their current #1 Outdoor Adventure in Broken Bow!

Enjoy the Water on Broken Bow Lake

To swim in the Broken Bow Lake or rent a Boat, head to Steven’s Gap and to the Beavers Bend Marina for rentals. Add a Tube too, for extra fun!

The lake is usually warm (depending on the time of the year).

There are some rocky beaches off Steven’s Gap –> Eagle Dr where you can swim, but the river was fun to catch tadpoles in the shallow areas. At the little lake, you can rent paddle boats and canoes.

Places to Eat Out in Broken Bow, Oklahoma

For Pizza, Grateful Head is very popular for the atmosphere, but the Pizza at Mountain Fork Brewery is renowned! 

We love the Beavers Bend Brewery, Jake’s Brickhouse Grill for steaks, Shuck Me for Seafood and Buffalo Grill (for Barbecue! ) and the Rolling Fork Takery in Hochatown – they source everything fresh and local, and the owner creates all the recipes.

Another great option is a little place called the River Walk Market in the Hochatown Strip Mall which does breakfast and lunch buffets with great home-cooking. You’ll pay according to your kids age – $.99/year up until 8, then it’s a flat price for everyone.

For Coffee and Desserts, try Okie Girls Coffee and Ice Cream , Northside Ice Cream Parlor and Gypsy Brew Java.

Rental Tips

  • Check if they are  Kid or Pet Friendly
  • Check the Host and Property Ratings and Reviews: the reviews usually tell you if the neighbors were loud, the host responsive, if the place was clean or how easy the parking was! 
  • A re Linens and Basics provided ? Always check if you need to bring kitchen paper, your own sheets and toilet paper. Listings usually provide that information. 
  • The closest  Grocery  Store is Pruett’s and stock may be low if it’s a popular time of year for rentals. There is a Walmart in the town, but you may want to bring your own  Groceries .

Items to bring

  • Fishing poles
  • Stuff to make s’mores
  • Bring Rain boots for the creek

If you are not well versed in starting your own log fire, or want to ensure you don’t rely on having a stock of logs, you can purchase a duraflame log at Tom Thumb. Most cabins will provide logs for you for an extra fee. Check when you book or contact the owner before you go.

Cabins in Broken Bow Oklahoma

Looking for a Cabin in Broken Bow Oklahoma? The market is super hot for rentals right now, so don’t leave it too late to make a booking – many are booked two or three months out. Broken Bow Cabins availability is limited!

Copper Pines

Sleeps 7 (2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths)

Pet friendly

An Outdoor Hot Tub, Horse Shoes, a Fire Pit and lots of wrap around decking with screened in porch! There is also an Indoor game room with pool table.

Bonus features: centrally located within 10 minutes of restaurants, winery and lake.

Cory tells us why this cabin is perfect for families and couples : “ There is lots to do at our cabin and it is very private and it is nestled on almost 2 acres of land with 75′ pine trees

The Retreat at Water’s Edge

Sleeps 10 (2 King Master Bedrooms, a Kids’ Bunk Room (sleeps 6), 2 baths)

Pets are welcome

Min Stay: 2–3 nights

This newly built (2020) cabin offers so much space and privacy, sitting on a fully stocked pond, which is perfect for Fishing and Kayaks too! The cabin is located within minutes of Beaver’s Bend State Park and everything Hochatown has to offer.  

Bonus features: No matter the weather, there is an abundance of things to do: roast s’mores in the fire pit, play some corn hole, and cook dinner on the grill.  Inside, there is high speed internet, TVs in every room, a two-person video game console with 400+ old school video games, and a cabin full of games and other kid-friendly activities.

Why this cabin is perfect for families and couples: Complete seclusion yet minutes from the town of Hochatown, Kayaking and a Hot Tub!

Peace, Love and Smores

Sleeps 10 (2 King Bedroom Suites (with private bathroom) and a Loft Area Bedroom that can sleep 7 with foosball and arcade games), 2 baths

Min Stay: 1–3 nights

Located in Pine Hills North, which is centrally located right at turn of Blue Rooster and Grateful Head Pizza

Shannon says: “ The cabin is a very charming farmhouse style and appeals to both families and girls trips”

Bonus features: An Outdoor fireplace & Hot tub with TV, Grill, a Swingset, Horseshoes, Ladder ball, Washers and Glow in the dark tetherball.

Why this cabin is perfect for families and couples: Outdoor games and a baby crib · sleep sofa/futon and bunk beds!

Copper Leaf Lodge

Sleeps 10, 4 bedrooms (3 King Master Suites and large upstairs bunkroom with 4 twin bunks and a large TV), 4.5 bathrooms.

No pets allowed.

Located at: 28 Silent Stream Trail Broken Bow, OK 74728

If you love to cook and relax, the Chef’s kitchen and the oversized custom fireplace, and hot tub are great features. Rental includes access to Pine Lake at Broken Bow resort community amenities.

Bonfire Bliss

Sleeps 12 (2 master King Suites with private bathrooms and a 50 inch smart TV in each bedroom, a Bunkroom for adults and kids (2 queen and 2 twin beds) 3 baths and 1 half bath

Min Stay: 3 nights

Brand new build and ready for rental from S eptember 2020.

Located in the Timber Creek Trails area of Hochatown. Entry to the property provides a large circle drive with plenty of parking and easy access for guest pulling boats.

Bonus features: A loft room with a custom arcade with 400+ games and a large deck overlooking the forest, with other outdoor seating areas, a grill, TV sitting area, gas log fireplace and propane grill. The Hot Tub is on order for delivery asap!

Why this cabin is perfect for families: A configuration of bed types and kiddie-kove nook especially for the smaller guests.

Blackberry Jam

Sleeps 14 (3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, 2 kings, 4 twins (2 trundles), 2 twin/queen bunks, inflatable mattress)

Pets friendly (fee required: 2 maximum)

Located in the Skyhorse Crossing, on the lake side of Hwy 259 on Stephens Gap Road.

Bonus features: A loft room complete with card game table and chairs, air hockey, a wall-mounted dart game, a new 60 game stained wood cabinet Arcade, a sofa for gaming and TV watching and a large deck overlooking the forest and a secluded stocked pond with a private pier), a Fire Pit, Hot Tub, Gas Grill and playground with bag toss and ladder ball for the kids.

Why this cabin is perfect for families: Two bedrooms off of the Loft Room – a combined entertainment and living space for Kids while the adults also enjoy themselves!

Gimme Some Sugar

Sleeps 6 (4 Adults)

2 King bedroom suites with private full baths. 1/2 Bath off living area. Sleeper sofa with king size mattress in living room.

2 night minimum stay.

Gimme Some Sugar is a warm inviting cozy rustic farmhouse in the neighborhood of Pine Hills located right in the heart of Hochatown. There is a creek on the property. Take a 3 minute walk down our street to a big beautiful pond!

Matthew says

“We had the best time. The property was great, very clean, wonderful showers, very comfy beds!”

Bonus features: Outdoor fireplace, hot tub, TV, and grill. Also has corn hole, retro arcade machine with 412 games, tetherball, and other games for families and friends to enjoy!

Starwood Lodge

Sleeps 5 (1 King master bedroom and bunked bed/twin bed downstairs, 4 baths)

Centrally located within the forest in Broken Bow.

Bonus features: Gaming console, Fireplace, Hot Tub, Firepit, pool and card table and an outdoor kitchen!

Why this cabin is perfect for families or couples: Great for one family sharing or a romantic getaway.

Cozy Dreamer – Broken Bow

Sleeps: 8, 2 bedrooms (2 king masters and 1 bunk loft) and 3 full baths (the master baths even include vintage soaker tubs!)

Location: Timber Creek Trails South in Broken Bow, OK (the area of Broken Bow with cabins and attractions is also referred to as Hochatown)

Charming features: A luxurious soaker tub with a view outside and modern finishes for relaxing and pampering. One of the bathrooms has a rainfall shower head, like the best spas have!

The loft has 4 built in bunk beds and a bonus media room upstairs.

Bonus features: There are outdoor cameras for added safety and security

Why people love to stay here: It’s the perfect mix of everything adults want (modern design, high-end finish out, large family gathering areas, hot tub, privacy) and kids want (loft, tons of room to play, fire pit for campfire & s’mores) for a fun getaway.

White Wolf Lodge, Broken Bow

Sleeps: 10, 8 beds and 3 full baths

Location: In Broken Bow, OK. The cabin is located less than a mile (walking distance) from Mountain Fork Brewery, Okie Girls Coffee and Ice Cream, Shuck Me and minutes from Broken Bow lake and other popular attractions and restaurants.

Charming features: Newly built in May 2021 and is perfect for a big family and two families together. The upstairs loft has 4 bunkbeds, 2 twin-size pull-out trundle beds and can sleep up to 6 guests. Kids and adults can find plenty of entertainment in the loft playing Foosball or Pac-Man on the custom arcade featuring 400+ games. In addition, you can find a number of board games and books for different age groups. The loft also includes 2 comfy bean bag chairs for you to relax and watch TV. The loft has a separate, full bathroom with a sliding door shower/tub combination.

Bonus features: They include a multi-unit Keurig machine in the Cabin and a starter supply of k-cups will be available too! The little ones can play on the play set while the adults relax on two hammocks on the property.

Why people love to stay here: It’s brand new and has everything you need! A one-stop large vacation home for a large group – family reunion or celebration.

The owner says: “We visited Broken Bow a few times and just fell in love with the area and all the outdoor activities.  We definitely saw it as a home away from home and built our family cabin to accommodate family and friends”

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Broken Bow, Oklahoma - aka, Hochatown, is a short drive across the Red River border between Texas and Oklahoma and a popular vacation spot within a 3-hour drive for families to get close to nature.   Within 90 minutes you could be in Oklahoma City or close to Lake Texoma, which is a great place to vacation. We have spent a few relaxing and happy weekends there as a family and have the best tips and ideas for you to do the same.

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Can I bring my own beverages?

No outside drinks are allowed, beverages must be purchased at Tiki Bar/Store, small coolers and Ice provided.

Is food served?

Chips, ice cream bars and an assortment of candy can be found in store.

How long is tour?

Expect 80 minutes round trip.

Is there a restroom on boat?

Yes, but it's intended for absolute emergencies only! Come now, you can hold it for 80 mins.

Is the bus part of the tour?

Yes, the bus is your shuttle to and from the boat. However, if you need safe transportation to and/or from the Tiki Boat experience, please reach out to our good friends at The Red Dirt Car Service .

What's the cost?

$35 for all Tours. And kids 2 and under are free.

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    The Broken Tiki offers adult and family-friendly tiki boat tours of the beautiful Broken Bow, OK. Stop by our local bar, The Sitting Duck, and enjoy a drink. We provide convenient transportation to your boat tour on our themed shuttle. Please use the form on this page to schedule an appointment. Or you can call 580-494-8454 to speak with ...

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    Full Service Convenience Store feauring a Full Menu, Daily Specials, 100% Gas, & TACKLE SHOP. The ONLY place to get your Live Bait on your way to Broken Bow Lake in Hochatown Oklahoma! They have it all. Located North of Broken Bow on 259. 580.584.9707. LIKE us on Facebook!

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    The Broken Tiki offers transportation from our bar to the Tiki Boat tour experience. To add to the adventure enjoy an exciting bus ride that will safely transport you to and from the Tiki Boat tour. ... The Broken Tiki 2820 Stevens Gap Rd Broken Bow, OK 74728 CALL US Phone: (580) 494-8454 HOURS Mon: 11:00AM-7:00PM Tue: 11:00AM-7:00PM Wed: 11 ...

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    Address: 2820 Stevens Gap Road, Broken Bow, OK 74728, United States. 22. Forest Heritage Center Museum. Forest Heritage Center Museum. With so much of its tourism sector dedicated to parks and nature preserves, you might find yourself wondering what to do in Broken Bow on a rainy day.

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