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There is not a Hochatown State Park. There is a community called Houchatown. This area runs along State HWY 259. The original Hochatown was actually where Broken Bow lake is now. All the buildings and the cemetery were moved when the lake was created and...More
This review is for Hochatown and Beaver’s Bend State Parks. My wife and I spent Thanksgiving week in the area. We found a great cabin on Airbnb that was off in the national forest, and did a lot of hiking in the area. This is...More
We were pleasantly surprised to learn that there was not an entrance fee for the park. We are used to the Texas state park system which charges entrance fees. Stopped in at the park office for maps. The park staff was friendly and very helpful....More
We stopped at the kids area in the park. They have a small track steam train that takes you through the park. The engineer has obviously been doing this a while he has the deer trained to come out of the forest when they hear...More
I believe Hochatown is a designated entrance sign into the park. If I remember correctly, there are at least 2 entrances into the state park off of 259. I believe Hochatown and Beavers Bend are the same or at least conjoined... More
I believe Hochatown is a designated entrance sign into the park. If I remember correctly, there are at least 2 entrances into the state park off of 259. I believe Hochatown and Beavers Bend are the same or at least conjoined state parks that surround the lake.