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Old 12-02-2012, 07:02 PM   #1
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Beavers Bend State Park, OK

Just spent 6 days over Thanksgiving at Bevers Bend State Park in Broken Bow OK. What a beautiful park. Downside is most of the campsites are first come, first served. We were very lucky, but the good news is that there are 2 other camping areas within the National Forest/State Park within a couple of miles and they are OK. Lots of great hiking and shade. Of course most of the trees were dropping leaves but it was one of my favorite areas to date. Oklahoma web site not very friendly but after a few calls all was good and we make the 4 hour journey.

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Old 01-06-2013, 05:15 PM   #2
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Where did you start from in Texas?
I'm in Midland and a newbie ,looking for weekend places .Have some suggestions?
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rcandvicki,
We live in East Tx. so for us it was about a 5 hour drive but we went for several days so it was worth it. More in your neck of the woods, I would highly recommend Ft. Richardson State Park in Jacksboro, tx. Very nice park. We like to go to the end of the cul-de-sac. Shaded and quiet. Also, Mineral Wells SP is very nice and not crowded. Our daughter and son-in-law also like Palo Duro SP. If you can see where this is going..... we mostly do the Tx State Parks. Open spaces, very reasonable rates, and nice camp grounds that allows campfires most of the time. And if you haven't already purchased an annual pass you should do that as well. Worth the $80 fee plus you get free entrance and 4, 1/2 price nights.

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Old 01-08-2013, 09:44 PM   #4
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Thanks for your response,and im already looking into your ideas.I am sure these will be a start to great times ahead. Thanks,and let us know if theres others you would recomend.
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Broken Bow & Beavers Bend Oklahoma is terrific. For some great ideas and two amazing cabins, you can check out www.rusticluxurycabins.com
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