Friday, April 11, 2014

Location, location, location


As the days become greener and the nights warmer, the Beavers Bend area slowly awakens from it's unofficial hibernation. The winter months make great indoor fires and pin drop nights. However, it's the budding trees, mix and match chirping, and increasing water temperatures that signal another grand opening for what the area is all about.

When most plan for a trip to the wilderness of the Kiamichi Mountains,  they look online at the variety of lodging options available within a 10 minute drive to Beavers Bend State Park or Broken Bow Lake. After looking at countless websites, they often realize the majority of the cabins in Mccurtain County are located within this distance. Then the question becomes, how much privacy will I have from another home, road, or cabin. Most websites have some type of map, often a drawing, showing their approximate locations in the area. At one time, we used this remedial form of navigation. However, with today's easily accessible up-to-date satellite imagery,  potential guests can locate the exact location of their cabin.

As of Jan. 1, 2014, all of our properties are located on Google maps via our website. Every guest can now see the exact location of each and every cabin, as they are labeled. Area cabin management will be more than happy to help you find your cabin location on the satellite map. This will give you piece of mind if you have concerns about privacy or excess noise from roads or businesses.  http://www.beaversbendlogcabins.com/map.htm