Watercraft

Here at Mountain Fork Park, you can launch your own equipment onto the scenic Mountain Fork River for a fun day filled with adventure.  Floating Mountain Fork is fun for the whole family!  You are free to make any stops along the way to enjoy all that nature has to offer on your 3.38 mile float.

Launch your equipment from the landing at Mountain Fork Park for $5 per person.  Your float will end at the public landing located at the Highway 70 bridge.  You must provide your own transportation to and from the landings.

In order to keep your float trip enjoyable, safe, and in compliance with local regulations, please abide by the following:

No glass or Styrofoam products are allowed on the river.

No alcoholic beverages.

 

Minors must be at least 6 years old and 42" tall with an accompanying adult.

Must have one life vest per person in your possession.

Always check the most current information on the water release schedule below before launching your float.

Fishing

Mountain Fork River is praised as a renowned Oklahoma whitewater river, home to the best trout fishing in the entire regional area.  With it's cool waters and constant flow, you won't find a better place to fish for brown and rainbow trout at any time of the year.  Try your hand at fly fishing, or simply drop a line from anywhere on the shoreline and see what all you can catch!

Water Release Schedule

Please use caution when floating and fishing Mountain Fork River.  Always check the release schedule before launching or fishing on the river.

The re-regulation dam on Broken Bow Lake controls the flow of water for Mountain Fork River.  Water release schedules are subject to change in order to accommodate precipitation changes, lake levels, and hydropower provided by Mountain Fork River.

To check current release levels, please visit:

www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/hydropower/brok/

To check the release schedule, please visit:

https://www.swpa.gov/generationschedules.aspx

For more information, please visit:

www.beaversbendvacations.com/2020/06/16/corps-of-engineers-beavers-bend-water-release-statement/

Safety

No ATV's

No loud music

No glass or Styrofoam products near the river

No alcohol on the river

All dogs must be on a leash at all times while in the park.

Floatation devices must always be worn while on the water in the park.

No unattended children are allowed near the water during releases.