McCurtain County, OK -- The Beavers Bend State Park Area -- Is The Perfect Girlfriend Getaway For North Texans

BROKEN BOW, Okla., Oct. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It's no surprise, for years, women have been a driving force behind family vacations. Today, North Texas women of all ages, are taking girlfriend getaways for a weekend or longer, and loving every minute of it.

Just a few short hours northeast of Dallas/Forth Worth, McCurtain County, OK – the Beavers Bend State Park area – girlfriend getaways are loaded with both indoor and outdoor activities. Indoor activities include day spas, massages, pampering, antiquing, museums, art galleries...and wine making. Outdoor activities include horseback riding, kayaking, golfing, hiking and biking on mountain trails, bird watching, eco tours, "plein air" painting and nature photography, learning to fly fish for rainbow trout or sitting on your cabin's porch with your friends enjoying a glass of Pinot Grigio.

Charity O'Donnell, Executive Director, McCurtain County Tourism Authority said, "Life and family keeps women so busy today, it's easy to lose touch with friends and loved ones. Girlfriend getaways are a perfect way to 'get away from it all' and catch up with what is going on in everyone's lives and enjoy each other's company."

In McCurtain County your weekend getaway can include almost any kind of lodging you prefer--from a rustic cottage to elegantly appointed log cabins nestled in the towering pines, as well as unique bed & breakfasts and luxury resorts. There are hot tubs, wrap around porches, gourmet kitchens if you want to cook.... or great restaurants - if you don't.

McCurtain County in Southeast Oklahoma's Beavers Bend State Park area has all the best in natural beauty highlighted by deep mountain lakes, National Forests, an abundance of wildlife, lake and river adventures, the state's best trout fishing and lodging in peaceful surroundings. McCurtain County is an easy 2 ½ to 4-hour drive from Dallas/Fort Worth.

To make reservations, visit our web site at or call 800-528-7337.

For More Information, Contact:
Jim Drewitz, Public Relations
Creative Options Communications

SOURCE McCurtain County Tourism Authority