Beavers Bend flooding update…
Heavy rainfall has continued in Broken Bow, OK and many areas near Beavers Bend State Park are flooded. Mountain Vista cabin is high and dry and remains unscathed by the recent severe weather.
Fortunately, Mountain Vista sits atop a huge hill and is in perfect condition. Many cabin companies were forced to cancel reservations over the past few days due to flooding. Portions of the City of Broken Bow and surrounding areas have been without city water service.
All residents reportedly have functioning water services now.
We enjoy a water well at Mountain Vista and have a experienced no issues. We are proceeding as usual with reservations.
State Highway 3 near Rattan, OK and the Kiamichi River bridge is flooded and the road remains closed. Those traveling to Beavers Bend State Park from Oklahoma City will need to take I-40 to Sallisaw, Ok and come down Highway 259 South.
Beavers Bend State Park tourists traveling from Dallas will need to check road conditions near the Oklahoma-Texas border. There are reports of some roads being impassable due to high water.
13 cabin visitors were rescued by authorities on the Mountain Fork River Monday. This is about 15 miles east of Mountain Vista cabin.
The weather forecast indicates a good chance of rain over the next several days near Broken Bow Lake.
Check road conditions before traveling to Beavers Bend. We have a local weather link on our app. Download it for news and area information.
If you have a cabin reserved during the next few weeks, communicate with your cabin management company to make sure the cabin has running water and is not flooded.
Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park remain closed. There are still many fantastic restaurants and shops to enjoy in McCurtain County, even during the rain.
Summer dates at Mountain Vista cabin are filling fast. We have a few weekdays available in June and July. No weekends are open until late August.
Contact us at 405-535-8055 if we can assist you with a Broken Bow luxury cabin. Bookmark our blog for the latest news from Beavers Bend State Park.
We’ll have another Beavers Bend flooding update as conditions change.