Big Water | Narrows | North Shore | 5 Fingers
40,000 acres of rippling bliss. Hundreds of miles of inviting shoreline. Countless creek & river tributaries flowing from majestic hills to lush wetlands. A lifetime’s worth of adventure!
A true treasure of America’s heartland, Greers Ferry Lake and its tributaries has been a prize-winning fishing destination and a haven for lovers of watersports for over 50 years.
• Choctaw (501) 745-2666
• Heber Springs (501) 362-8838
• Dam Site (501) 362-2333
• Hill Creek (870) 948-2230
• Eden Isle (501) 362-2232
• Narrows (501) 825-6214
• Fairfield Bay (501) 884-6030
• Shiloh (501) 825-6237
• Sugar Loaf (501) 654-2555
Resident and non-resident, as well as trout permits, available at all trout docks.
Power Generation Periods: Call (501) 362-5150 for schedules.
• Wear Coast Guard approved life jackets when around water.
• Water and alcohol do not mix.
• Check weather forecast before embarking on activities.
• Be aware of YOUR personal water skill and knowledge.
• Check all safety equipment, replace and repair before launching.
• File a float plan with family and friends.
• Be a courteous boater, follow the rules of the water.
• Swimming near or under platforms on outboard motorboats, where CO2 (carbon monoxide) fumes accumulate, can kill.
• Never swim alone, always swim with a buddy and in designated areas.
• Diving or jumping from cliffs and bluffs invites tragedy.
• Always supervise children of all ages when around open bodies of water.
in operation on the Little Red River
power first authorized
on the Greers Ferry Dam
by President John F. Kennedy – his last public speech
started by chief engineer Carl Garner
William Carl Garner Visitor Center opens
for “Keep America Beautiful” Nat’l Public Lands Day
featured remarks by President Clinton