Outdoor Adventure Surrounds River’s Bend Resort
If you can tear yourself away from the unique cottages, there are lots of things to do around River’s Bend Resort.
You start of course with the Glover River, the last wild free flowing river in Oklahoma near Broken Bow and an incredible natural resource. During the wet season the Glover offers white water adventure for canoes and kayaks. While water levels drop substantially in the dry season the mile long pool at River’s Bend Resort always retains water for a gentle canoe ride and fishing. Our river is known for its elusive small mouth bass fishing and each cottage at River’s Bend Resort has its own canoe that is always available.
You can now enjoy horseback riding for small groups on our property and the adjacent acreage.
Surrounding River’s Bend Resort is the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area. You have access to 450,000 acres of forested countryside covered in a mix of loblolly pine and native hardwoods. Opportunities are almost unlimited for hiking, hunting, birding and wildlife watching, , rock hunting and horseback riding.
Located nearby is the Broken Bow Lake – Beavers Bend Resort State Park area offering major lake water sports. Boat rentals of all kinds are available from seadoos and jet-ski’s to fishing boats and party barges.
Above and below Broken Bow lake is the Mountain Fork River offering world class fly fishing. Guides and rentals are available for fishing, hunting and canoeing. Just let us know what you would like to do & we can get the information for you.
And if your idea of outdoor adventure is a restful in room massage we have a licensed massage therapist available by advanced reservation.
River’s Bend Resort is a wonderful facility for families. Our natural setting is a perfect opportunity for children to learn about our wild mountain ecosystem (with parental supervision). Some of your favorite memories of River’s Bend Resort may be gathering around one of our riverside fire pits for an evening campfire and marshmallow roast!
We are located on the river and that proper life preservers should be brought with all guests and are not provided.