Lakeview Lodge Trail

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Lakeview Lodge Trail ist ein 3.5 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Broken Bow, Oklahoma. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt schöne Wildblumen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 3.5 miles Höhenunterschied: 249 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

angeleinte Hunde

kinderfreundlich

Camping

Angeln

Wandern

Naturausflüge

Spazieren

Vogelbeobachtung

Laufen

Wald

Aussicht

Wildblumen

steinig

Small 3-8 car gravel parking lot at each end of the trail. The southern trail is is larger and would accomodate a short truck and trailer. Full amenities one expects at a state park. For fee camping, from cabins to tent sites are available at the state park campgrounds, or primitive backpacking is allowed on some of the conjoing trails

wandern
2 days ago

Nice hike to do alone if desired. Peaceful. Just enough incline to make it challenging. Wonderful creeks and overlooks of the lake.

wandern
9 days ago

lovely easy trail following the lake.

wandern
23 days ago

Nice hike through the pine trees with good views of the lake/water. Inclines were gradual and trail can be described as easy to moderate; probably closer to 4.25 miles. Saw numerous deer.

1 month ago

The view over the water was beautiful, even for December. The distance was the biggest part of a challenge. The terrain was not difficult, though there are a few steep points where we slipped. It was fun though!

wandern
1 month ago

There are three possibilities for this trek. The one listed here is considered loop 3 and is the one my family completed. The good was that the day we went was BEAUTIFUL. Sunny and 60 degrees with a very soft breeze. The water was like glass and on the ridges overlooking the water you had two skies. One on top and one on the bottom with the water clearly reflecting both the gorgeous blue sky and the trees over the lake. The reason this only gets three stars is the topography is relatively unchanging through 80% of the hike. I asked my wife several times if we were having deja vu due to the unchanging nature of the trail. you would come over a gentle slope to have another identical gentle slope to go over. It was very tedious, but the stunning lake made it worth it. I would rate this trail as leaning more to the easy than moderate. The moderate is only due to distance. We had a girl that just turned 5 make the distance with no problem. I rate things where 5 has to be incredible, 4 wonderful, and 3 good and worth the time if you are in the area. After trekking at some of our national parks to give this trail a 4 would be demeaning to some national park trails.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
1 month ago

Nice hike. Most of the hike is in tree shade Not a lot of wildlife on this trip. Some hills, nothing major. There were 4 others groups on the trail.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
1 month ago

Great trail , not to hilly or to flat. Reminded me of the woods back east. Only issue I had was the trail is listed as 3.5 but on the Map My Run App. it came to 4.2 miles. Family friendly trail & dog friendly trail.

wandern
2 months ago

I would consider this trail pretty easy! Well marked... Other than all the fall leaves making it difficult to identify the trail at times but that’s just nature! A few muddy spots but nothing unmanageable. We did about 4 miles cuz we modified our route a little. Great trail!

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

Trail started and ended with a nice view of the lake. I would considerate easy instead of moderate as not much elevation change. Good for families and dogs.

wandern
2 months ago

Flowering dogwood trees were loaded with red berries. would be a beautiful hike in the spring when they are blooming. Trail map is misleading as it shows two different trails to and from the lodge. We started the hike from the Armadillo circle camp ground. Whe we got to the marker that pointed to the lodge we we went to the left.

wandern
4 months ago

The start has a number of downed trees over the path, but it’s easy to get around and the trail is very well marked. We weren’t sure if we’d do the entire thing (senior dog with us), so we did it in reverse to be on the lakeside first. Even backwards, no trouble following the trail or knowing where the three loop crossovers are.

wandern
5 months ago

We did this trail in August and it was very humid. Recommend lots of water, great views and the path is very simple to follow. It too us just under 90 minutes to complete.

wandern
8 months ago

We completed loop 3, and as described, it was a well-marked trail. Ideal for novice hikers looking to spend some time in the outdoors. Spotted couple of small nonvenomous snakes.

wandern
9 months ago

It is very populated with families. They are all loud and talking. Short hike and very pretty. I would rate this as easy.

wandern
9 months ago

Have done this trail several times. Saw 2deer today. Easy hike.

wandern
10 months ago

Pretty scenery and cool to see the lake. There was also plenty of shade! However, there was lots of mud and slick spots on the trail, and some fallen trees.

wandern
Sun Jan 13 2019

Did loop 2 for a quick last hike before we headed back home. Even though Loop 2 is listed as “intermediate” on the info board, I would call it an easy hike. No steep inclines or anything that would make you need to take a break. Took us about 40 minutes to do the loop.

gehen
Fri Jan 04 2019

Did loop 1. Easy walk with three kids (ages 10, 5, 3).

wandern
Tue Jan 01 2019

Nice trail but allot of winding back and forth. Lots of great whit rock to look at.

wandern
Sat Dec 29 2018

We came during the winter so we are sure it is more beautiful during the spring and fall. We saw a couple of deer when we were driving out. All In all we would rate this an easy trail with a little bit of water along the way.

Tue Dec 25 2018

Decent Hike! We did loop 3, we used the map we got at the lodge. The last portion of the hike was a little confusing. I since bought this app to make things easier.

wandern
Sat Dec 01 2018

Good hike! Some hills. Mostly through the woods, but some lake views through the trees. We did loop 1 and 2.

wandern
Sun Nov 04 2018

This is roughly a 4 mile, easy to moderate hike. Almost exclusively through the woods. Narrow trail is intermittently marked with signs but basically self-guiding, easy to follow, with not much chance of getting lost. One half of the trail is along the edge of the lake with good views. Starts at a small children's playground right outside the Lodge parking. I recommend a clockwise approach (Start to the left of the main Trail sigh board, towards the road). Took us 1:36 h:mm at leisurely pace. Beautiful foliage this time of the year (but going fast). One two bottles of water enough, couple of granola bars.

Sat Nov 03 2018

We really enjoyed this trail. It was a great fall day with some groups of people on the trails. We saw a beaver carrying some wood to his den. Very peaceful.

wandern
Sat Oct 06 2018

Great trail! We saw a lot of deer through the trail. Beautiful views of the lake!

wandern
Sun Sep 02 2018

Enjoyed our first hike at Beavers Bend. Beautiful trail with nice views of the lake. Saw a few other hikers with dogs on the trail; likely busier than normal as it is Labor Day Weekend.

wandern
Sun Jun 03 2018

Nice trail! Some steep sections but not difficult—mostly downhill. My husband and I completed it in 1 hour 33 minutes. Happy trails!

Wed May 30 2018

Note that it combines with other trails, so we had to double check directions a couple of times (trailhead map is faded; overall, when in doubt— stay right). Animal Review= lots of lizards, frogs, 5 deer, and a black snake.

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