Beaverfork Lake is where you’ll find Conway's largest city park, located on the west end of the lake on Ark. 25. The 1,200-acre park has a swimming area, concession stand, and picnic area that includes grills, two pavilions, and a playground. There are also sanded volleyball courts and lighted softball field. There is also a boat launch ramp with user’s fee. In addition to swimming and windsurfing, fishing for bass, bluegill, catfish and crappie are popular activities.
Beaverfork Lake was created as a drinking water reservoir and is the property of City of Conway. At 960-acres, Beaverfork Lake is dwarfed by Conway's other lake, Lake Conway. Lake Conway is 6700-acres and is the largest man-made game and fish commission lakes in Arkansas. Anglers enjoy Lake Conway's excellent fishing, while Beaverfork is better known as a good place for water recreation.