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Broken Bow River – Beavers Bend
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The Mountain Fork River near Broken Bow, Oklahoma, offers breathtaking scenery and calm waters.

The Mountain Fork River originates in southeastern Oklahoma and flows south to Arkansas, feeding Broken Bow Lake.

The river is known as the Lower Mountain Fork River below the lake.

The 2-mile loop at Beaver Bend State Park, north of the Re-Regulation Dam, is one of the most popular summer kayaking spots on the Lower Mountain Fork River.


The Hwy 70 Bridge, which runs south along the river, is an excellent public access point.

Along the Lower Mountain Fork River, there are about 15 kayak rental businesses.

During the summer, the river is typically quiet, but after rainstorms and dam releases, it may reach Type II rapid parts.
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