Crooked Creek Harman to AR 101

Everton, Arkansas

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Crooked Creek rises south of Harrison, Arkansas, and runs alongside AR 7, flowing through Harrison before heading east. It then parallels AR 62 until it flows into the Buffalo National River. It lives up to its name, twisting and turning constantly along its course. Crooked Creek is known more for smallmouth-bass fishing than for canoeing, but canoeists can combine fishing and paddling for a very scenic trip through the Ozarks. Paddlers can expect a mild stream protected by tree-lined banks—studded in oak, pecan, and elm—that make the stream seem secluded. Water quality is good upstream of Harrison but declines downstream from Harrison due to small amounts of pollution that enter the stream from the city.

Crooked Creek: Harman to AR 101 Professional Review and Guide

"Crooked Creek rises south of Harrison, Arkansas, and runs alongside AR 7, flowing through Harrison before heading east. It then parallels AR 62 until it flows into the Buffalo National River. It lives up to its name, twisting and turning constantly along its course. Crooked Creek is known more for smallmouth-bass fishing than for canoeing, but canoeists can combine fishing and paddling for a very scenic trip through the Ozarks.

Paddlers can expect a mild stream protected by tree-lined banks—studded in oak, pecan, and elm—that make the stream seem secluded. Water quality is good upstream of Harrison but declines downstream from Harrison due to small amounts of pollution that enter the stream from the city."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Everton
Distance: 48.2
Duration: 3 sections range from 4 to 14 hours
Class: Class I-II
Local Maps: USGS Harriston, Bergman, Zinc, Everton, Pyatt, Bruno, Yellville, Rea Valley, Buffalo City
Driving Directions: Directions to Crooked Creek: Harman to AR 101

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