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Paddlers enjoy a leisurely float down the Buffalo River in Arkansas. The view is from Big Bluff which is part of the Buffalo National River. Big Bluff is accessed from a side trail off the Center Point Trail.
The 150-mile Buffalo River in northern Arkansas was the first river in the United States to receive the designation as a National River. The Buffalo National River, encompasses 135 miles of the river which is managed by the National Park Service. The river is a popular canoeing, kayaking, camping, and fishing destination. Popular destinations in the national river’s boundaries include; Lost Valley, Hemmed-Iin-Hollow Falls (the highest waterfall between the Appalachian and Rocky Mountains, Indian Rockhouse, numerous caves and over 500-foot tall bluffs. The area is also home to Arkansas’ only elk herd.
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