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Kings River Outfitters Has Moved and Expanded
- We moved to a more convenient location, on the pavement on HWY 221, near the Kings River bridge.
- To better serve you, we now have the only riverside cabin rentals in the upper Kings River watershed.
For more information and to make a cabin reservation, please call.
The Kings River in Arkansas is one of the few remaining pristine, free-flowing rivers in the country. The Kings River 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, picnicking, fishing, camping and observing wildlife. The Kings River has 86 miles of floatable river with numerous wonderful camping spots.
We offer Arkansas Vacation Rentals including canoe rentals and kayak rentals.
Kings River Outfitters provides canoes, kayaks, shuttles and guide services. Give us a call at 479-253-8954 to make a reservation.
8 miles from Eureka Springs on State Highway 221 South at Trigger Gap
(No glass containers allowed in canoes or kayaks)
Kings River Slideshow
Slideshow of paintings by our founder, Ernie Kilman(Notice in lower right at start that you can view in full screen mode.)
"Eventually all things merge into one and a river runs through it. The river was cut by the world's great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time. On some rocks are timeless raindrops. Under the rocks are the words, and some of the words are theirs." ~Norman Maclean, A River Runs Through It
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