Paddle Down The Lower Mountain Fork River During Oklahoma’s Fall Foliage Season For A Natural Experience Like No Other

One of the most pristine rivers in the four state area – Lower Mountain Fork River – is perfect for kayaking and canoeing, spring through fall. It’s located in southeastern Oklahoma in the heart of the Kiamichi Mountain range, running right through Beavers Bend State Park. If you choose to paddle down the river in the fall, you’re in for a real treat – the fall foliage here makes for one of the most picturesque places in the state.

Keep scrolling to learn more about this natural experience like no other.

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Have you ever visited this area during the fall season? If so, then you know first-hand just how majestic this area is during this time of year. If you would like more information on renting kayaks or canoes, please click here.

Be sure to check out this article about Beavers Bend State Park. There is so much more to do than just paddle down the river. It’s a haven for outdoor enthusiasts!

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