Broken Bow Fall Foliage
The Broken Bow Fall foliage season is only a few weeks away. This sunrise shot was taken from the deck of Mountain Vista November 10th a couple of years ago.
October and November are huge tourist months in Beavers Bend, especially weekends. Our Thursday-Saturday dates are full at Mountain Vista until December. A few weekdays remain available during foliage season.
Our fire pit at Mountain Vista is a favorite spot for guests to gather while enjoying a glass of wine in the evening. We always provide free firewood.
The Broken Bow fall foliage season is the top tourist attraction in Oklahoma during October and November. For a list of all the hot spots, download our Beavers Bend app.
The famous Talimena Drive is our top activity recommendation when visiting Broken Bow during foliage season. The winding roads and breathtaking scenery prove the ultimate fall foliage experience in Southeastern Oklahoma.
Thousands visit Broken Bow, OK for the annual Beavers Bend Folk Festival. This year’s dates are November 11-13.
Our free s’mores kits are a guest favorite year-round, but even more so during the fall. Others charge more than $40 for generic versions of ours in Beavers Bend. We don’t do generic junk at Mountain Vista!
When researching luxury cabins in Beavers Bend, remember to look for photos of the property perimeter. Scores of cabins are being built and they’re becoming closer together. You’ll be in for a big surprise when you arrive if you don’t do your homework.
There are over 1,000 luxury cabins in the Beavers Bend State Park region. Most have resort fees and add-on charges for insurance, cleaning and firewood. We never have these fees at Mountain Vista.
Mountain Vista features acres of seclusion and unmatched sunset views of the Kiamichi Mountains. Contact us to reserve your stay at the cabin lauded as “A Place to Stay in Oklahoma” by TravelOK!