Amazing Lakes In Arkansas 

Beaver Lake:is renowned for its excellent bass fishing. For others, the lake provides a wide range of other popular activities including kayaking, fishing, swimming, catamaran sailing.

Millwood Lake:If you’re looking for a more remote option for your weekend lake getaway Millwood Lake is a great choice. The lake is created by the Millwood Dam blocking the Little and Saline rivers.

Table Rock Lake:The massive eight hundred-mile shoreline of Table Rock Lake stretches from Missouri into Arkansas. The lake is known for absolutely amazing fishing and world-class fishing.

Greers Ferry Lake:sits where a town once stood. Some of the town’s roads can even still be seen. These roads are used today by anglers to launch their boats in hopes of catching the next World.

 Bull Shoals Lake: Stepping out just a little to the Tri-Lakes area to include Lake Taneycomo and Table Rock Lake you have one of the hottest fishing spots in the entire US.

Lake Ouachita:is a full-service lake providing fantastic fishing opportunities and a range of other options for non-anglers. The lake is known for its extremely clear waters which makes .

DeGray Lake:is a population destination for hunters and anglers. Its diverse landscape provides a home for a wide range of animals. The most popular species for hunters are quail, duck, geese.

Lake Dardanelle:There are many other options available from a visitor center with five aquariums to golf, to concerts to horseback riding. The lake offers cabins, lodging.

 Lake Greeson: is surrounded by fifteen parks offering visitors the full gamut of outdoor activities lake goers seek; camping, fishing, boating, biking, and swimming are all popular.

 Norfolk Lake:is Arkansas’s oldest large man-made impoundment housing one of the best Striped Bass fisheries in the state. Thirty to forty-pound Striped Bass are pulled .

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