We have nine rental cabins for you to choose from, each with its own charm and character. You are certain to find one that meets your vacation needs.
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Friendly Pines Cabins are located in Southeastern Oklahoma. We are a short drive from Texas, Arkansas, and Louisana. Contact us today to reserve your vacation cabin.
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Welcome to Friendly Pines Cabins
Our secluded vacation cabins are located at Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park, Oklahoma. Friendly Pines Cabins are conveniently located in Southeastern Oklahoma in McCurtain county. We are a great vacation destination for visitors from Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas to rent vacation cabins - we are your home for McCurtain County Getaways. The skies of the Ouachita Mountains in southeastern Oklahoma are filled with towering pines making for lush, peaceful surroundings. For nature lovers, we have 38 private forested acres for you to roam. Friendly Pines Cabins is the perfect place to come and enjoy the peace & quite of the great outdoors.
Our "Friendly" Cabins
All of our rental cabins are privately owned. Our Motto is “Friendly” and we pride ourselves on our Friendly service to our guests. We consider our cabins are our homes, and we enjoy loaning them to you for a get-away from the hustle and bustle of busy life so that you can enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere. There are nine cabins for you to choose from, and Friendly Pines also offers a private pond for your fishing enjoyment. Make sure that you bring your lucky fishing pole.
All cabins have central heat/air, and honeymoon cabins feature an indoor hot tub for complete privacy and romance. We are Oklahoma Health Department approved, and all hot tubs are drained and sanitized after every guest.
We apologize, but pets are not allowed at Friendly Pines Cabins. Your furry family members must stay at home.
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The Great Outdoors
There are many wonderful outdoor activities for you to enjoy while staying at Friendly Pines Cabins. You can picnic, hike, boat and ski or fish at Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park. Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park is a part of the Oklahoma State Parks system; however, it is relatively unknown due to its Southeastern location. Broken Bow Lake has some of the cleanest, clearest water of any of the Oklahoma Lakes or fresh water lakes in the United States. It is considered a deep-water lake since it is situated in the Kiamichi Mountains, and the water is very blue and so clear that swimmers can actually see their toes down to 6 feet or deeper. There are 180 miles of pine-studded shoreline, and 14,220 acres of lake. The lake stretches 22 miles back into the Ouachita mountains where its unusual beauty and scenic appeal beckons all nature enthusiasts. The mountain terrain is densely forested and there are many species of birds native to the area for birdwatchers to enjoy.
Broken Bow Lake and Mountain Fork River
Beavers Bend State Park is located 6 miles north of Broken Bow on Hwy 259A, and is home to Oklahoma's only year round trout stream. Located along the shores of Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River, its towering timbers, crystal clear waters and mountainous terrain form what is affectionately referred to as Oklahoma's "Little Smokies." The fishing at both Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park feature Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Sunfish, Rainbow Trout, and Brown Trout Fishing.
Beavers Bend State Park offers an interpretive nature center, and hiking trails in a deep forest setting that allows you access to thousands of acres of the Ouachita National Forest and the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area. There you will find great hiking trails, nature photography, bird watching, deer and turkey hunting, mountain biking, horseback riding and ATV 4-Wheeler riding.
Other activities include horseback riding, riding a children's steam engine train, swimming, hiking, playing golf, biking, or simply relaxing on the porch - doing nothing.
Beavers Bend State Park includes:
- Forest Heritage Center Museum
- Nature Center
- Riding Stables
- Train Depot
- Golf Course