Forest Heritage Center Museum

The Forest Heritage Center Museum is located in the heart of Beavers Bend State Park. Designated as the “Wood Art Capitol of Oklahoma” the educational forestry message is conveyed through a series of 14 large acrylic dioramas painted by well-known Smokey Bear artist, Harry Rossoll. The museum houses antique forestry tools, wood art, homestead memorabilia, a bronze fallen firefighter sculpture & a 20-foot Indian Statue. The People of the Forest Gallery depicts the early years of the forest industry as well as the story of the traveling timber towns & the accomplishments of the Civilian Conservation Corps in McCurtain County. Open daily 8am - 5 pm.

On-Site Activities

  • Wildlife Watching / Photography

Contacts

Directions

Located in Beavers Bend State Park, 7 mi. N of Broken Bow on Hwy 259A

Location

Broken Bow Southeast

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