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The Gateway to Beavers Bend

Broken Bow is a small city in southeastern Oklahoma. It’s a gateway to Beavers Bend State Park, home to black bears, bald eagles and pine forest trails. At the time of its founding, Broken Bow was located in Bok Tuklo County of the Apukshunubbee District, one of three administrative super-regions of the Choctaw Nation. Growing around a lumber company started by two brothers, Broken Bow had a population of 1,983, just a decade after its incorporation in 1911. 


The city lies within the Little Dixie region of Oklahoma, an area originally settled largely by Southerners seeking a new start following the American Civil War. The city of Broken Bow stands in a unique transition zone between the Red River basin and the Ouachita Mountains. While the Ouachita Mountains are sandstone ridges that are considered the roughest land in Oklahoma, the Red River basin is considered fertile. North of Broken Bow is Broken Bow Lake, created by the United States Army Corps of Engineers by damming the Mountain Fork River.


Owner/Realtor Jeanette Bohanan has lived and worked in the Hochatown area for almost 15 years and has watched this beautiful rural town grow and develop into a highly sought vacation destination. Jeanette has successfully assisted buyers, builders, and investors in finding their most lucrative investments. She works to serve all her clients’ real estate needs with the utmost integrity.