We have gone to Beavers Bend for 30 years. When our kids were young we would camp for a week and This is a great family vacation or just for the weekend! Many hiking, biking, boating, fishing Went camping with my son age 18 at Beavers Bend. After looking around we picked the Elm campground for a place to pitch our tent. It's right by the river, very pretty site, though the view is obscured by lots of trees. It can get a bit noisy during the day: We are definitely amateurs at camping not having been camping since my son was a cub scoutso appreciated having a country store within the park and a Walmart in nearby Broken Bow for last minute supplies.
Definitely recommend exploring the lake itself a short drive across the damstill part of the state park, in the area near Hochatown. Some beautiful areas to sit by the lake or go for a swim. Also some lakeside camp sites to consider. We were surprised how empty the park was this time of year. Great for us - don't know what it would be like if crowded.
Call the state park office to check on crowds. Tent sites are come first served. When our kids were young we would Broken bow state park rv hookups for a week and now we take our grandkids and grown kids and stay in cabins. So much to do.
The list goes on I was surprised by how little information was available online four people interested in wilderness camping, and not using RVs.
I called a day ahead and spoke to a lady at the information center who gave me the names of a few sites and the rate per tent But said there was no need to reserve as it was plenty of spaces available. Cleaned out to be incorrect. This review was for those interested in camping in their tents away from RV sites. Paragraph but said there was no need to reserve as there was plenty of space is available.
This review is for those interested in camping in their tent away from RV sites. Parag basically, there are two options: Elm and Dogwood what the two Riverside sites recommend it.
We were asked to go back out to the main road keep driving north and look for sites around the lake.
This actually turned out to be a better option as the next day, we surveyed the camping sites along the river and noted that they were very crowded, loud, not spacious enough, without dedicated tent sites or fire pits. The day before, we had camped on the edge of the lake and the coyote campsite and I highly recommend that because it is wide open, has bathrooms with running hot water and showers available, as fire pits, flattened site for pitching a tent and most importantly, not crowded.
The lake water is also cleaner than the river and you can wash it and swim in it. When you get there, pitch your tent and do whatever you want to do.
"Broken bow state park rv hookups" will give you a receipt whicj you should hang onto just in case. Although you can scavenge for firewood.
Plenty of trees to hang your hammocks. Alltrails Has the details on their website and the app. We loved the views within the park,it is small so getting photos without something in your shot can be difficult but well worth the effort.
The campgrounds were well kept and clean. Been coming here since our kids were small and now we bring our grandchildren! Always a great get away and the cabins here are the best Don McCabe and Family. The restaurant was surprisingly delicious, we had dinner and breakfast there.
Wait staff were very friendly and kept the tea and coffee filled.
Meals were quick to be served, hot and delicious. I had trout for dinner, it was very good. The cabin we had could use some updating as in, yes, there was a television but it served the same purpose as being artwork on the wall. It was one of the heavy old box type of televisions, there was no remote and "Broken bow state park rv hookups" further looking around it was not even 'attached' to receive a signal.
Our cabin did not have a covered porch which would have allowed the deck chairs to be used while it rained, but not having dry chairs to sit on we could only enjoy the river view from being inside the cabin!!! Oh and the bed- while comfortable we rolled to the middle all night!!! Easy to get to, parking easy for the boat and trailer, the ramp is a little step but very wide. Staff at the stores were helpful. The Lake is gorgeous, very large, great inlets to fish and swim and it was not crowded during mid-September.
There are several different entrances to different areas of the park. There is no fee. My wife has been going to Beavers Bend since she was a little girl and still loves it. The Heritage Center is really cool to go through, even with the little kids.
We stayed in the Fern Campground bc we like the wider spaces for our camper. The other sites are a little nicer but they are more packed in.
We took the canoe trip through the Beavers Bend Outfitters and had a blast. The trails are clearly marked and make a nice off the beaten adventure.
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