BROKEN BOW, Okla., Dec. 27, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, more than ever, couples need to focus on being a couple and that means spending some time alone together. According to marriage experts, time alone will just not happen in our busy lives, it needs to be planned, scheduled and agreed upon.
McCurtain County – the Beavers Bend State Park area – is the perfect place to shut out the world and spend that alone time together with your special loved one. In McCurtain County that time together 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.
Charity O'Donnell, Executive Director, McCurtain County Tourism Authority http://www.mccurtaincountygetaways.com/ said, "December, January and February is the perfect time of year for special 'alone time.' Here, you and that special loved one can snuggle in front of a warm, cozy fireplace and just get away from work, traffic, the kids and the hectic big city life. In the Kiamichi Mountains, the two of you can enjoy complete relaxation and the solitude of deep mountain lakes and tall piney woods. It's a very peaceful and rekindling environment.
"If you absolutely must have some outdoor activity, it is right out your back door. In McCurtain County, you can hike and/or bike miles of secluded trails, watch Bald Eagles, play mountain golf, horseback ride, explore 8 different museums and, of course, fish Oklahoma's best trout stream. Winter trout fishing on the Lower Mountain Fork River is some of the best in the country. And it is all less than a 3-hour drive from the Dallas-Fort Worth area."
To make reservations and take advantage of our winter rental rates, visit our web site at http://www.mccurtaincountygetaways.com/ or call 800-528-7337.
* Winter rates vary per lodging operator. Most operators have lowered their winter rates up to 25% off their spring/summer rates. See web site for list and rates.
For More Information, Contact:
Jim Drewitz, Public Relations
Creative Options Communications
SOURCE McCurtain County Tourism Authority