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Dale Bumpers White River National Wildlife Refuge

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St. Charles
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Dale Bumpers White River National Wildlife Refuge is the nation’s largest contiguous block of bottomland hardwood forest under single ownership. Lying within Mississippi River’s alluvial plain in SE Arkansas, the refuge is nearly 160,000 acres in size. Recreational opportunities include camping, fishing, hunting, environmental education, interpretation, and wildlife observation & photography. The refuge visitor center contains wildlife and ecology exhibits (57 South CC Camp Road (off Hwy. 1) at St. Charles). There are approximately 24 primitive campsites (no facilities) scattered about the refuge. There is no camping fee or reservation system. Stays are limited to less than 14 days and the sites must be occupied daily. Camping at some sites is limited to Mar-Dec. Call for road conditions.


Dale Bumpers White River National Wildlife Refuge
57 South CC Camp Rd
St. Charles, AR 72140

GPS: N34.3690169 W91.1543670


Campground Details

  • Campsites:
    Approximately 24 primitive campsites
  • Facilities:
    No facilities.