The Crooked River Cabins sit on a bluff overlooking
the Glover River, Oklahoma's last free flowing river. The Glover
provides a wonderful opportunity at your backdoor to enjoy swimming,
fishing and canoeing.
While situated on the banks of the Glover River
we are surrounded by the incredible natural beauty of mountains,
forests and streams. The Glover River is part of the Honobia - Three
Rivers Wildlife Management area that also includes the Upper Mountain
Fork and Eagle Fork rivers. Encompassing 930,000 acres of Ouachita
National Forest and Weyerhauser-owned timberlands, the Honobia-Three
Rivers WMA is home to deer, wild hogs, wild turkey, black bear,
mountain lions, and elk.
Hunting, Fishing, &
Canoeing Crooked River Cabins can arrange
guided hunting, fishing, & canoeing tours. The guides can take you on canoeing or inner tube tours of the
Glover River, Mountain Fork and Eagle River. Fishing available in the Glover, Little River
and Mountain Fork, Broken Bow Lake in the Beavers Bend State Park, and can also be done with inner tubes.
Hunting trips will lead you to
wild hogs, deer and turkey (in season.) Please contact us for a custom price quote
for your party.
Glover River Trail Rides: horseback riding just 2 miles from the cabins call: 580-241-5763 or www.gloverrivertrailrides.com
Day at Beavers Bend!
Beavers Bend Wildlife Museum 7 miles North of Broken Bow on Hwy 259
Forest Heritage Center Museum Beavers Bend Resort Park
Beavers Bend Nature Center Beavers Bend Resort Park
Lunch at the Beavers Bend Restaurant Beavers Bend Resort Park
Beavers Bend Train Depot Beavers Bend Resort Park
Hike a trail (the David Boren Trail is a good one) Beavers Bend Resort Park
Beavers Bend Swim Beach Beavers Bend Resort Park
Indian Heritage Tour
Gardner Mansion & Museum 6 miles east of Broken Bow on Hwy 70
Choctaw/Chickasaw Trail of Tears markers Throughout the county
Indian Memorial Museum 402 East Second Street, Broken Bow
Lunch David Beard's Catfish, Seafood & Steaks 12 miles north of Broken Bow on Hwy 259 in Idabel
Museum of the Red River 812 East Lincoln Road, Idabel
Wheelock Academy Hwy 70 west of Idabel between Garvin and Millerton
Wheelock Church Hwy 70 west of Idabel between Garvin and Millerton
ATV Riders WELCOME! Please call to discuss riding ATVs in the area surrounding Crooked River Cabins
ATV Rules - Ouachita National Forest in Oklahoma
Rules for off-highway vehicle (OHV) - this includes ATVs, 4-wheelers, 3-wheelers, utility vehicles such as mules & motorcycles. For a more pleasant visit, please take a moment to review the following:
OHVs may be used on open unpaved National Forest roads constructed and intended for normal or regular motor vehicles. A road is considered closed if there is a sign, gate, or other barricade, including a dirt mound, blocking the road. So, just because someone else went around or over that dirt mound that is closing the road doesn’t mean you should do the same. Prior illegal use does not imply permission to ride off the open road. You could receive a fine up to $300.00. You can drive on unpaved county roads but only in the National Forest – not elsewhere.
OHV use is not permitted on the forest floor (off-road).
Do not ride on or across a highway.
OHVs are not allowed on trails designated solely for hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian use.
Do not drive in or beside streambeds, creek beds, lakebeds, shorelines, or on power lines, pipelines, fire lines, or railroad right-of-ways.
Make sure your vehicle is in good condition with a USDA approved spark arrester.
Helmets required by Okla. Law for those under 18 years.
Passengers may not be carried unless specifically designed for this by the manufacturer. (Okla Law)
25 mph speed limit. Stop and yield right-of-way for horse riders. Horses may be spooked by vehicles.
You can consume beer, wine or liquor as long as you are not riding or driving. Drivers may not be intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol while driving.
Remember, “pack it in, pack it out.” Do not litter.
The Reason for the Rules: Heavy or irresponsible OHV use can wreak havoc on the environment. It can damage watersheds, destroy habitats, kill native plant and animal species, and pollute streams and rivers.
To help preserve these resources and the continued opportunities for you to enjoy using your vehicle on public lands, we ask that you observe the guidelines listed above and report violations.
There are other rules and regulations for the Three Rivers Management Area under the management of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Phone: (918) 527-5308
For more information, please call the Oklahoma Ranger District at (580) 494-6402.
ATV riding is not permitted at the cabin.
Tent camping and RVs are not allowed at the cabins.
Body Harmony Unique "STRESS RELIEF" Bodywork Swedish Massage available
Couples, Groups, individuals welcome Reservations
Located behind Hochatown Junction Station
(follow the Body Harmony signs.)
Visit their Web site: www.BodyHarmonySessions.com.
Beavers Bend Depot:
In the Park (580) 494-6613
Beavers Bend Amusements:
In the Park (580) 494-6512
(Miniature golf, paddle boats, canoe & kayak rentals)
Hwy 259 & Beaver’s Bend Exit (580) 494-6706
South Hwy 259 between Broken Bow and Idabel
Rocket Roller Rink:
1314 E Washington Street, Idabel (580) 286-3603
200 Broadway, Broken Bow (580) 584-9444
Abendigo's Grill and Patie
North Hwy 259 - (580) 494-7222
Beavers Bend Restaurant
Inside Park (580) 494-6551
Dancing Rabit Creek Coffee House
North Hwy 259 - (580)494-6321
Holmes Market on Main - Pizza, Deli, Gas & Groceries