Imagine a place where you can take your boat out onto the lake or kayak down the river surrounded by epic views of the Ouachita Mountains. Of course, there are plenty of hiking trails that wind around this beautiful landscape as well.
Be sure to swing by and check out the Forest Heritage Center while touring the park. Inside, visitors can read historical documents, see antique tools, learn about homesteading, and enjoy awesome wood art.
Stop in the nature center while visiting. It is in a smaller building close to the Buckeye Campground. There are exhibits to learn about the local wildlife and a park guide to answer any questions you might have.
Beavers Bend State Park offers 393 campsites spread over eight unique camping areas. Some of these campsites are right on the shores of Broken Bow, some are in the trees, and others are along the Mountain Fork River.