As central Arkansas’s major canoeing and floating stream, Cadron Creek offers gorgeous scenery including many caves, bluffs and pinnacles. Most of the bluffs are encrusted with ice in winter, becoming waterfalls when the snow and ice melts in the spring. Fishermen can try their luck at catching largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, and flathead catfish weighing 50 pounds or more. The Cadron flows through private property, so users need to be mindful of property rights and avoid trespassing unless they have prior permission of the landowners.
Waterway information for Cadron Creek