Lakeview Lodge

40 rooms each with a million-dollar view, sits high above Broken Bow Lake. Refined country furnishings, cable TV and in-room coffee service are among the many features standard in each room. Enjoy complimentary breakfast by the fireplace in the Great Room or relax on the Balcony Terrace.


Beavers Bend Cabins

Meanwhile, Beavers Bend Resort Park also has 47 cabins located in wood groves overlooking the Mountain Fork River. The cabins can sleep from two to six people and come equipped with kitchen/dining utensils, stove, refrigerator, linens, and central heat and air. Most cabins have fireplaces. None have telephones or televisions. 


RV and Tent Camping

For the camper or RV owner, the park maintains 15 primitive camping areas, six semi-modern areas (electric and water hookups), and two modern areas (electric, water, sewer hookups and nearby bath house and dump station). All sites have toilet facilities; three of the semi modern areas (area A, B, and C) have full comfort station/shower facilities.

Park Dining

Just a short stroll from the park office and Forest Heritage Center, The rustic Beavers Bend Restaurant offers riverfront dining (deck seating overlooks the Mountain Fork River). If you want a good, down home cooked meal in a most enjoyable atmosphere, we are just what you are looking for. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (hours may vary by season), the restaurant also caters for groups. The restaurant adjoins a small grocery.

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