Idea # 1. Family activities for water lovers.
Broken Bow Lake has more than 14,000 acres. The water is incredibly clear and cool because its 180-mile coast is covered with Kiamichi mountains covered with forests. Nature has been found in its unchanged state along the Gulf River, Oklahoma and the only unfinished waterway (which means that the blocks will not close). Since Glover is separate, its quiet waters are ideal for swimming. Beavers Bend has a shovel boat and bumper boats. Hire a creative and long smile together. Take the bicycle, then stop and pull a bit, taking in the decorative, which includes the Eagles flying pilot. The rules are based on two adults and two small children. Older children love kayaking, rafting or zooming around the lake on jet skiing.
Idea # 2. Create your own family situation with a horse.
Southeastern Oklahoma is over 535,000 acres of land, which is intended for riding. The oakitia national forest and the three rivers are mainly studied as a family. Horses can travel on the forest floor. The Beavers Bend Depot is perfect for beginners and children, with 2.5 miles of riding, allowing the bicycle to look naturally and wildly different in nature. For more experienced cyclists, McCurtain's rear-end routes offer the adventures of infinitely riding.
Idea # 3. Play a family golf game in the pine filled wilderness.
The course includes pro shop, resident Pro, wheelchair and club rental. The Fairways cascade stands on pine, oak, cigar, and horn of the past, fox and wild sword. Offers more than one hole the beautiful look of Broken Bow lake and periodic hints of bald eagles.
Idea # 4. Take a stroll together in a nearby little town
Head to the nearest Broken Bow, OK, to walk and shop for some window. Grab hamburgers in Stefan & Gap Encourage old-time radio station on Broadway Street. Watch Hawatown Junction Station with chains. The culture and history are full of broken foot, with three museums, each with a unique theme offering a paid education experience. The Gardner House and Museum have a collection of prehistoric and historic Indo-European and Pioneer Artifacts. The remains of the 2000 year old archaeological tree are located outside the museum.
At the same time, family can strengthen and strengthen family ties, especially when it involves water sports, great outdoor and luxurious nature that can be found in the McCurtain county.