Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Division Announces Opening of New Tiny Cabins at Beavers Bend State Park
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Division introduced right now that 12 new tiny cabins in Beavers Bend State Park in Damaged Bow at the moment are open to the general public.
Alongside the Mountain Fork River, the brand new Riverside Retreat cabins are nice for year-round use and add to the present lodging alternatives in parks statewide. The riverside cabins are geared up with a full kitchen, sleep as much as six friends and provide a cushty and enjoyable probability to flee and unwind.
“Beavers Bend State Park is one among Oklahoma’s high vacationer locations, attracting each residents and guests from surrounding states,” mentioned OTRD Govt Director Shelley Zumwalt. “The brand new tiny cabins are only one instance of the division’s dedication to drive tourism to Oklahoma and to proceed providing distinctive, distinctive experiences throughout the state.”
The addition of those cabins helps meet the excessive demand for lodging within the park, which noticed over 845,000 customer days in 2021, producing greater than $5 million in state and native taxes.
Reservations are open for people and teams, and the close by Riverside Neighborhood Constructing gives an occasion area and full kitchen. Out of doors facilities embody a typical space with a fireplace pit, picnic tables and grills nearer to the river.
Beavers Bend State Park is positioned alongside the Damaged Bow Lake and Mountain Fork River in southeastern Oklahoma. The state park is a main trip vacation spot with a variety of leisure actions corresponding to climbing, boating, fishing, river float journeys and horseback using.