Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Arkansas
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Arkansas

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1 - 132 mi
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Arkansas has 21 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 1 to 132.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Buffalo National River: Boxley to Buffalo City, Osage Creek: AR 21 to US 62 and Alum Fork of the Saline River: Crows (AR 5) to the Benton City Park. Trails.com member Jeff Blackwell B. recently completed Lower Ouachita River: Remmel Dam to Rockport.
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Locally, the section from Remmel Dam to Rockport is simply known as the Rockport Run. ...
If you only paddle one selection from this book, these 10.6 miles are it. The issue? Plenty ...
The Illinois River rises near Hogeye, Arkansas, and flows north to Benton County, then ...
The headwaters for Osage Creek are north of the Ponca Wilderness near Compton, Arkansas. ...
If you prefer paddling locales small and intimate, here is a 90-acre reservoir that doesn’t ...
The highlight of this run is the Siloam Springs Kayak Park at put-in. Here, play-boaters ...
On a 31,000-acre reservoir with lake-front homes, speedboats, and water skiers, where ...
In the Arkansas Ozarks, just north of the Boston Mountains, many streams have been flooded ...
One of Arkansas’ year-round float streams, the Spring is fed by the appropriately named ...
A classic Wild and Scenic designated river with a split personality. In winter and early ...
Don’t let the name mislead you, this might be the cutest class II+ whitewater creek in ...
An Ozark classic, Big Piney Creek equals some of the biggest fun in this book. This 8.3-mile ...
The bluffs are as tall as the upper Buffalo, but with the deep canyon being densely forested ...
If you want a taste of sweet Buffalo scenery, then consider these 8.5 miles. This moderately ...
The Alum Fork rises in the Alum Creek Experimental Forest east of Iron Springs National ...
King’s River begins near Boston, Arkansas, and flows to the north before running into ...
Crooked Creek rises south of Harrison, Arkansas, and runs alongside AR 7, flowing through ...
The Buffalo River begins as a tiny stream in the Boston Mountains on the north side of ...
White River ran free until the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers built a series of dams in ...
The Strawberry River begins in Fulton County, west of Salem, Arkansas, and flows southeast ...
The South Fork of the Spring River begins as a series of small creeks near the community ...
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