Broken_Bow_Cabin_Location_Map_Directions

The best part is this wonderful outdoor experience is just a few hours drive from the Dallas – Fort Worth area, Tulsa and Oklahoma City!

Generally speaking we are a three to four hour drive from Oklahoma City, Shreveport and the Dallas Fort Worth area. Within 3 to 4 hours of leaving the congested big city rat race you’ll be pulling off the freeway and begin climbing into the Kiamichi mountains headed for Broken Bow Lake and the Beavers Bend State Park area.


Coming in to Broken Bow from northbound US 259
If you don’t need to stop by a store for supplies or get a bite to eat then you might take the short Cut by not going through town: From south of Broken Bow, Oklahoma, take US 259 north and follow toward Broken Bow. Pay attention on your left, after you pass the billboard for the casino, there is an animal hospital, prepare to take the next immediate right – at Craig Road or at the Gammon Wrecker Service sign.
Go ahead and clear your mileage at this turn because we will give you distances from here. Continue east on this road 6.1 miles and you will come to a fork which will curve left – You go RIGHT on to the dirt cutoff: – (the first picture is the approach to the area where you will veer right)
You are back on asphalt with that right turn; take it .7 miles to the end of the road (Your odometer should say 6.8 from the Craig Road turn off.) Make a left at this dead end which looks like this:
You are now traveling east again and will pass some chicken houses, you will come to a cattle guard and the road is no longer paved. Its open range from here folks so keep your eyes out for cows, horses and small critter families. After you have gone about another 1.9 miles or 8.7 on your odometer, you come to another right or left turn only

Take another left. You’ll will go past some more chicken houses and look for the Wild Goose Canoe sign. At 9.0 miles you will take your second right

For Riverbend Lodge and The Madison on the River, turn right now and follow this road down around a downward curve and you will see your cabin on your left. Riverbend is the larger one set back on the river

The Madison is facing you as you approach.


To Go Through Town:  
From south of Broken Bow, take US 259 northbound and follow into Broken Bow. Go through the town just past Wal-Mart (on your right) and turn right (or go east) on Hwy 70. You will go approximately 7 miles and turn right on an asphalt paved road where there is a small white “Little House on the Prairie style) school (Tiner School) on the southeast corner. This road is right before a bridge going over the Mountain Fork River, so if you go past the bridge you have gone too far! Go south on this road a few miles until you see a blind curve of this road back to the west. Keep going straight (or South) on this road at the curve. Do not follow it back west towards town. You’ll go straight less than a mile and come to a stop. Now follow the directions above from picture 3.