The Great Lakes of the Lower Delta
Hitting the water isn’t a problem at all in the Lower Delta. From the mighty Mississippi River to Lake Monticello to the Arkansas River to Bayou Bartholomew, you can find a body of water for whatever your favorite activity happens to be.
Located within the Mississippi River State Park and the St. Francis National Forest, Bear Creek Lake is a regional favorite for anglers, in search of its largemouth bass, bluegill, red-ear sunfish and blue and channel catfish. The 625-acre man-made lake is also becoming very popular with kayakers, and campers have known about its beauty and tranquility for decades. For campers, the Mississippi River State Park is a must. You’ll find everything from primitive sites to Class AAA sites, complete with water, sewer and electricity.
Lake Chicot in Lake Village is a water lover’s dream. Fishing, birdwatching, skiing, boating…you can find it all and more. Lake Chicot, a 20-mile-long, former main channel of the Mississippi River, is the biggest oxbow lake in North America and Arkansas's largest natural lake. For photography buffs, Lake Chicot offers some of the most amazing sunrises and sunsets you’ll ever experience.