One of the few remaining free-flowing rivers in the country, the Kings River, in Arkansas, begins in the Boston Mountains of the Ozark National Forest and flows northward for more than 90 miles where it empties into Table Rock Lake at the Missouri state line. This family friendly river flows casually past massive rock bluffs, shady tree-lined banks, crystal clear pools, and sloping gravel bars. You will discover wonderful spots for Arkansas Canoe Trips, swimming, snorkeling, hiking, picnicking, fishing, camping, and observing wildlife. Or you can just sit and watch the river flow.
Take one of our canoes on an overnight float and camp on a gravel bar, or stay in Eagle's Roost Campground.
The Kings is home to all kinds of wildlife including beaver, river-otter, mink, blue-herons, bald eagles, and the newest addition, golden eagles, and much more.