Canoeing, Rafting, & Kayaking
Arkansas has more than 9,000 miles of streams, and a good deal of this mileage is perfect for floating - be it by canoe, johnboat, raft or kayak. The variety of Arkansas river rafting adventures is remarkable, ranging from matchless trout fishing trips and rugged whitewater rafting to peaceful float trips ideal for first timers. Take a canoeing vacation in Arkansas, where the streams are, in a word, inviting.
Use the drop down menu to find seasons, access points, fishing tips, basic characteristics and locator maps for 18 favorite waterways or click on each Arkansas river listed here: Big Piney Creek, Buffalo National River, Caddo River, Cadron Creek, Cossatot River, Crooked Creek, Eleven Point River, Illinois Bayou, Illinois River, Kings River, Little Missouri River, Little Piney Creek, Little Red River, Mulberry River, Ouachita River, Richland Creek, Saline River, Spring River, Strawberry River and White River. What you won't find are mile-by-mile descriptions of the streams; these details are for you to discover!