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Broken Bow Area Insight

  • Jeff With
    RE/MAX T-town
    Foggy Bottom Kitchen located within the Beavers Bend State Park just outside of Broken Bow, Oklahoma is the place for lunch and dinner. This restaurant is nestled within the pine trees up above Beavers Bend River with a view that is breathtaking. The view of the water on the day we were there was amazing. Clear water mirrors the above cliffs and foliage to create an optical illusion. Foggy steam arises from the river creating a magical effect on the location. The food here is delicious and there is something on the menu for everyone. I was surprised to see a large Bigfoot in front of the restaurant. Legend has it that the Bigfoot is known to roam this area and there was even a movie about the nearby Fouke monster. If you are in the area this is a stop that is not to be missed.
  • Jeff With
    RE/MAX T-town
    Grateful Head Pizza Oven & Tap Room in Hochatown just outside of the Broken Bow and Beaver Band recreation areas is a must-see, smell, and taste destination. This rock and roll themed pizza restaurant plays off of the 19602's group, the Grateful Dead to create a really cool throwback to the summer of love. The staff is friendly and there is lots of seating both indoors and out and plenty of room to be alone or large tables for groups. This pizza place is packed with concert posters and band memorabilia. On the weekends you can catch a live performance and music by local bands. There is a bar for the adults, but it is not the main focus area of the restaurant.
    We ate here and ordered the Pig Pen large pizza with wavy gravy ranch sauce on our pie. The food is really good and you get to keep your soda cup when you are finished. They also have a toy store and T-shirt shop to check out after or before dining. If you are in the area, I urge you to try Grateful Head Pizza.
  • Whitney Johnson
    RE/MAX Freedom
    Driving through Broken Bow/Hochatown for the first time, you would never know that there are thousands of rental cabins hidden in the mountains. All types of cabins...big, small, old, new, traditional, or luxurious are available. Whether it's a party of one or a group of 20+, we've got you covered. No matter where you stay, the owners and cabin management companies want you to have the best experience possible. We have something for everyone, you just have to figure out what you're looking for! You're wanting a secluded cabin? Got it. Is four miles down a dirt road too much or are you looking for an "at one with nature" experience? Just married and needing a honeymoon cabin? So, close to all the fun but need a privacy fence around the hot tub! Gotcha! Looking for a mega cabin for the ultimate family reunion? Definitely need lots of bedrooms, kids area/game room, large kitchen, and great outdoor area. Done. Want a cabin on the river? Sure, I don't blame you! Fishing all day every day! Any cabin as long as it's within walking distance to the Saloon?? You're going to be trouble, aren't you? Ok.. just bring a friend to make sure you get back to the right one! We're open all year so visit, have fun and stay safe.
  • Whitney Johnson
    RE/MAX Freedom
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    Broken Bow, OK
    If you've ever been to Broken Bow you've probably heard the term "living on Hochatime." Hochatime is a slower-paced, laid back way of life that locals live by and visitors embrace. When you decide to visit Broken Bow, more than likely you will end up in Hochatown.

    Hochatown is located about 10 miles north of Broken Bow and is a hidden gem to many unexpecting visitors. This is where you'll get to explore the beautiful Beavers Bend State Park, Broken Bow Lake, enjoy excellent restaurant choices, cut a rug at the Saloon, and don't forget to check out the wineries, breweries, and the distillery. What can I say? We like to have a good time up here!

    Most people visit to get away from it all and you can certainly do that among the 1300 acres of Beavers Bend State Park! Here you have the opportunity to boat, paddleboard, kayak, fish (with or without a guide), horseback ride, hike, zipline, explore trails by foot, vehicle, or ATV, picnic, camp, visit the museum, or simply throw in your favorite float and soak up some rays. Come see us if you're ready to slow down, relax, get outside, enjoy life, and live on Hochatime for awhile! So book that vacation or drive up for the day, either way, you won't be disappointed!

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