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Are you looking for the ultimate fall weekend getaway in Oklahoma? If so, head to Broken Bow from November 3-5, 2023, and attend the Beavers Bend Folk Festival & Craft Show. After your fun day out, we suggest you stay overnight in the most adorable cabin surrounded by fall foliage in Oklahoma. Need I say more? Keep scrolling to learn more about this weekend away in the most perfect setting.
During your weekend getaway in Oklahoma, how about taking a hike too? In our previous coverage of Tree Trail, you’ll discover why we think it’s an ideal way to experience the fall foliage when you’re in Beavers Bend, Oklahoma.
Take a look at Airbnb to book this specific cabin in the woods. And, if you’d like to explore more of Oklahoma, feel free to also check out some of these unique Airbnb experiences.
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Where are some of the best spots to see fall foliage in Oklahoma?
In addition to seeing colorful leaves when you go to the Beavers Bend Folk Festival, check out these best spots to see fall foliage in Oklahoma.
Talimena National Drive in Talihina: As you drive along the 54-mile road that meanders through the Winding Stair Mountain National Recreation Area, you'll be wowed by impressive views of the fall foliage in Oklahoma.
Turner Falls Park in Davis: You'll get to soak in the fall foliage surrounding the waterfall in this charming Oklahoma park.
Tahlequah in Cherokee County: On this outing, you'll get to appreciate the vibrant colors along the Illinois River.
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