When it comes to casting a line in southern Oklahoma, McCurtain County offers some of the state’s clearest waters and a variety of species ready for catching from trophy trout to large- and smallmouth bass.
McCurtain County is Oklahoma’s outdoor recreation capital, featuring nearly endless options for your next family vacation. Whether you paddle the crystal blue waters of Broken Bow Lake, venture into the woods in Beavers Bend State Park, catch trophy trout, or kayak on the region’s rivers, each day is a thrilling adventure.
Birding is a popular pastime in southeastern Oklahoma, and there’s no better place to spot rare birds than the ecosystem at the Red Slough Wildlife Management Area. From mudflats to marshes, to hardwoods and wet prairie lands, the area provides a year-round home for hundreds of types of birds.