Waterfowl Way

Saratoga, Arkansas

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This trail runs along the bank of Millwood Lake. The water lilies and lotus plants that beautify Wildlife Lane also grace Waterfowl Way. Another plant that grows well here is a vine called greenbrier, also known as sawbrier or catbrier. Its tendrils provide food for rabbits, deer, and other animals. Huckleberry shrubs, kudzu, and the spiky-leafed palmetto also flourish in this environment.
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by Janie & Wyatt Jones (Falcon Guides)

This trail runs along the bank of Millwood Lake. The water lilies and lotus plants that beautify Wildlife Lane also grace Waterfowl Way. Another plant that grows well here is a vine called greenbrier, also known as sawbrier or catbrier.

Its tendrils provide food for rabbits, deer, and other animals. Huckleberry shrubs, kudzu, and the spiky-leafed palmetto also flourish in this environment.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Saratoga
Distance: 1.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Millwood State Park
Local Maps: USGS Red Bluff
Driving Directions: Directions to Waterfowl Way

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May 2018