Narrows Dam impounds the waters of the Little Missouri River to form 7,000-acre Lake Greeson, a prime recreational resource in southwest Arkansas. The 12-mile-long lake features clear waters and steep, rocky ridges that form numerous islands and long peninsulas extending into the lake. Anglers flock to Lake Greeson for the abundant channel catfish and rainbow trout fishing.
Long before the white man came, their civilization was flourishing. They were known to modern men only as the Mound Builders. One of the most intriguing examples of their unique civilization lies at KA-DO-HA Indian Village just 1 1/4 miles from Murfreesboro, Arkansas. KA-DO-HA Indian village is pre-historic site that was populated by the Mound Builders approximately 1,000 years ago.
Whether fishing from the bank with “power bait” or accepting the challenge of fly fishing, you can have a really good time fishing for trout on the “Little Mo.” Fingerling trout are stocked regularly and water temperature and depth are maintained at optimal levels to ensure a thriving trout population.
OTHER ATTRACTIONS – Attractions around one hour from Diamond Oaks
The Caddo is an ideal river for all levels of floating experience. The river is peaceful, at least in some places but to prevent paddlers from becoming too complacent there are a number of Class I and Class II rapids along the way to keep it fun!
This secluded track is great golf for the money, and it's well worth the drive to find. It is a great course with great people and you'll feel as if you're the most important person there. It's a fun track for golfers of all abilities - one of Golf Digest's "Places to Play"