Indian Nations Trail - TRAIL

Indian Nations Trail - Trail, Broken Bow, Oklahoma

The trail runs parallel to the lake, mainly northwest, from the spillway to the Stephens Gap camping area and then to the Carson Creek area. This is the only trail in Beavers Bend Resort Park open to mountain biking.

User Reviews (4)

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Elwood64   Cross Country Rider [Sep 27, 2017]

Tried to ride this last weekend. Trail is non-existent from the trailhead. We followed a faint trail on foot that was completely unrideable. Barely hikeable. We talked to a ranger and he sent us to Lake Lodge Trail which was nice. Nothing awesome but allowed us to justify dragging our bikes 250 miles. INT intersects LL Trail. Next time I’m going to try to backtrack and see if it’s rideable. It’s a shame. Beautiful terrain, views and opportunities, but irate worthless as is. Wished I lived closer and I’d be willing to work it.

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beer weasel   Weekend Warrior [Jul 22, 2006]

Rode this trail today(7/22/06) and it has a lot of downed trees from the 2000 ice storm, it's also quite grown up with weeds, small trees, etc. The trail disappears in some sections. If your in the area ride the Lakeview Lodge Trail (about five miles away) or drive to Talimena.

Customer Service

Steering clear of many downed trees.

Similar Products Used: Lakeview Lodge trail and Talimena area
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dauwalt   Weekend Warrior [Mar 26, 2005]

Technical trail. The only one in the area I think. Single track, out and back. Somewhat rocky, typical of Ouachita Mountains trails. Almost constant elevation change. Some trail blocks still (2/05) on South end due to ice storm a while back. Great view of Broken Bow lake. Would be a great trail if someone would maintain it frequently. Still good for me though.

Customer Service

Start at spillway on Broken Bow dam.

Similar Products Used: Old Military Road, Winding Stair on Talimena scenic drive.
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lgentry   Cross Country Rider [Jun 22, 2004]

This appears to be a fun and challenging trail. Unfortunately, there was so much downfall when I was there that I gave up after a mile. Once cleared, the trail should be awesome. Lots of elevation change through a beautiful forest.

Customer Service

This is an out and back. Begin at the parking lot just west of the spillway.

Similar Products Used: This is the only bike trail in the park, but there are logging roads in the area if you purchase a permit.
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