Illinois River Lake Weddington AR 16 to AR 59 Topo Map

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The Illinois River rises near Hogeye, Arkansas, and flows north to Benton County, then heads west through the Ozark National Forest along AR 68 before flowing into Oklahoma and Lake Francis. Expect a class I stream that has become very popular among novice canoeists and tubers. Several outfitters that rent canoes and provide shuttle service are located in the AR 68 area. Ken Smith’s book, The Illinois River (available from the Ozark Society), is an excellent in-depth look at the river and the surrounding area. The cool, deep-green water that courses over small rocky chutes in the Ozark National Forest attracts people from northwest Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma. Along most of the stream, paddlers find tree-lined banks with occasional bluffs that obscure the view of pastures and small hills. There are few signs of civilization except at bridges and access points.
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Fayetteville, Arkansas

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