BROKEN BOW, Okla., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- An outdoor oriented "Guys Getaway" provides a chance to reconnect with old high school or college buddies, childhood friends, neighbors, work friends, and definitely fishing and golfing buddies - essentially those who are your brothers in spirit, if not in blood.
Fun in the outdoors in McCurtain County, Oklahoma with other men who like to do what you like to do, is the perfect excuse to spend fun, quality time with other guys.
The Beavers Bend State Park area in Southeast Oklahoma offers boundless recreational opportunities to fit every interest and fitness level. For hiking and biking enthusiasts there are miles of secluded trails with breathtaking views of mountaintops, waterfalls, an unspoiled lake and sparkling streams.
Golf enthusiasts can enjoy championship golf at Idabel Country Club or be challenged by Golf Digest's Best Municipal Golf Course in the state of Oklahoma - Cedar Creek Golf Course. The signature hole is #16 - selected as one of Oklahoma's hardest holes because the green is relatively small and is virtually surrounded by Broken Bow Lake. It is as close to an island green as you can get without actually being an island.
Fishing enthusiasts will thoroughly enjoy the finest trout fishery in the South Central U.S. with plenty of fast running water for fly-fishing and spinning rod. It won't hurt to check with the local fly shop to see what the Rainbows and big Brown Trout are chasing.
Canoeing and kayaking lovers can tackle the rapids on the Lower Mt. Fork River. It is exhilarating, adrenaline rushing with a few seconds of panic.
If you want to do a little gaming, the Choctaw Casino is just a few miles away in Broken Bow.
Located in the heart of the Kiamichi Mountains, just across the Texas state line, McCurtain County is home to Broken Bow Lake, Pine Creek Lake, the Mountain Fork, Eagle Fork and Glover Rivers and Beavers Bend State Park http://www.beaversbend.com/Info.htm
In McCurtain County, OK - the Beavers Bend State Park area - a guys getaway can include almost any kind of lodging you prefer--from a rustic cottage to modern motels to affordable log cabins with hot tubs and fireplaces nestled in the towering pines, as well as unique bed & breakfasts and luxury resorts.
McCurtain County is an easy 2 1/2 to 4-hour drive from Dallas, Fort Worth, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Tyler, Little Rock and Shreveport.
To make reservations visit our website at http://www.mccurtaincountygetaways.com/ Or call 800-528-7337.
For More Information, Contact:
Jim Drewitz, Public Relations
Creative Options Communications
SOURCE McCurtain County Tourism Authority