/ LAKES & RIVERS
HOLIDAY ISLAND MARINA
The upper reaches of the
White River are popular
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for canoeing, particularly
This full-service marina offers a free boat
the 31-mile stretch from
launch, annual and overnight slip rentals,
near Fayetteville to
boat, kayak and jet-ski rentals, fuel, food,
below Brashears. Below
and bait and tackle for those enjoying the
124 Woodsdale Drive
Beaver Dam, near Eureka Springs, the
53,000-acre Table Rock Lake. Two fishing
White is a great cold-water trout fishery
piers are adjacent to the marina.
with numerous guides and outfitters to serve tourists.
HOLIDAY ISLAND CAMPGROUND
21 North Star Loop, Holiday Island
Popular with canoeists and kayakers, the
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Kings River provides about 50 miles of easy
Surrounded by trees and rock formations,
floating water, including popular stretches
the campground overlooks Table Rock Lake.
in both Carroll and Madison counties.
The facility hosts 31 camp sites with full
Deep pools provide great fishing for
water, sewer and electric hookups offering
smallmouth bass, channel catfish, rock
both 30 and 50 amp services, restrooms,
bass and other fish.
showers, pavilions and horseshoe pits. It is within minutes of the marina, golf courses, and the many amenities of Holiday Island.
ILLINOIS RIVER arkansas.com
This spring-fed river starts in the northwest corner of Arkansas near the town of Hogeye and flows into northeastern Oklahoma. Near Top to bottom: White River; Kings River; Mulberry River
MULBERRY RIVER arkansas.com
Excellent whitewater is found on this 55-mile river that was designated a National Wild and Scenic River in 1992. With easy access from the nearby Pig Trail Scenic Byway, much of the river is within the 1.2-million acre Ozark National Forest with several public campgrounds along its course.
Siloam Springs, enhancements that are part of the Siloam Springs Kayak Park have made the Illinois a nice Class II play spot for kayakers year-round.
LAKE ATALANTA 500 E. Walnut St., Rogers rogersar.gov Paddle, pedal, fish or hike at Lake Atalanta. Thereâ€™s much to be explored in the vicinity including walking and mountain biking trails, pavilions, fishing piers, boat ramps, a raised walkway over the lake, playgrounds, and even a tree house.
Top to bottom: photos courtesy Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism; Experience Fayetteville; Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism