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  • FISHING AND FIREWORKS IN THE FORECAST

    Little Rock, Ark. – Between the Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza and the Independence Day holiday this will
  • Table Rock Lake Recreation Areas Open for the Season

    BRANSON, Mo. -- The Army Corps of Engineers parks on Table Rock Lake are now open for the 2013 camping season. Moonshine Beach will open on May 15.
  • CORPS PLANS PRESCRIBED BURNING AROUND GREERS FERRY LAKE

    HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers Greers Ferry Project Office personnel in coordination with the Arkansas Forestry Commission and other state agencies will conduct prescribed burns in and around Greers Ferry Lake park areas when weather conditions are favorable during the next several months.
  • PARK OPENINGS AND DAY USE FEE INFORMATION

    PLAINVIEW, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers announces the 2013 Camping Fee Schedule for the Nimrod Project Office. This fee schedule was effective beginning March 1.
  • OCTOBER 31 MARKS WINTER CAMPING SEASON AT RUSSELLVILLE PROJECT PARKS

    RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Fall is quickly approaching and with it the end of the summer recreation season at Russellville Project Office parks. There are still several days to enjoy all that the river has to offer. Cooler temperatures allow visitors to take advantage of many recreational opportunities with a more relaxing approach.
  • SEPTEMBER 16 MARKS END OF SUMMER FOR SEVERAL PARKS WHILE MANY OTHERS REMAIN OPEN

    BRANSON, Mo. -- As fall approaches the summer recreation season comes to an end. The Corps of Engineers Table Rock Project Office will close seven parks for the winter recreation season on Sept. 16. Parks that closing are: Aunts Creek, Baxter, Big M, Eagle Rock, Long Creek, Viola, and Viney Creek.
  • SEPTEMBER 17 MARKS END OF SUMMER FOR GREERS FERRY LAKE

    HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. – Fall is quickly approaching and with it the end of the summer recreation season at Greers Ferry Lake. There are still several days to enjoy all that the lake has to offer. Cooler temperatures reduce traffic allowing visitors to take advantage of many recreational opportunities with a more relaxing approach.
  • END OF 2012 RECREATION SEASON

    PIEDMONT, Mo. -- Labor Day may signal the end of the official recreation season, but many beautiful days remain to enjoy your public lands at Clearwater Lake. Lower temperatures and reduced visitation allows visitors to take advantage of many recreational opportunities with a more relaxing approach.