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Beaver Lake Vacation Rentals in Northern Arkansas
Beaver Lake, Arkansas was developed in 1966 for recreation and as a water source. Until the lake was developed, the White River was the only water running through the area. The lake is actually the start of the White River located in northwest Arkansas in the Ozark Mountains. The lake is 28,370 acres in size, running just below Missouri. It has the distinction of being the first dam and lake on the White River between the two states. If you want a pleasant summer vacation where the population is at a minimum and the fun is neverending, Beaver Lake vacation rentals are your answer. While everyone else is heading to Disney, Staten Island, or the tropics, you can have Beaver Lake almost to yourself. By checking on VRBO, you will find plenty of vacation rentals for all sizes of families or groups looking to enjoy the amazing wonders of the lake and the surrounding area.
Beaver Lake Cabins and the History of the Lake Formation
Beaver Lake was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. They took the natural beauty surrounding the river to construct recreational facilities and parks. They built 12 parks total throughout the area with paved access roads. Beaver Lake and park offers 2,008 acres for camping and 650 campsites. Drinking water, showers, and restrooms are all located nearby. If you require something a little less primitive, there are Beaver Lake cabins near the park. It is possible to take day trips from the cabins to the parks. Around these sites are numerous hiking trails, bike paths, and wildlife. The rolling hills of the Ozark Mountains will rise around you covered with verdant green forests. During the summer, there are scheduled programs at an amphitheater there. The lake offers 487 miles of shoreline with limestone bluffs to add to the views.
Family Entertainment on the Water by Beaver Lake Homes
The 487 miles of shoreline at Beaver Lake present a plethora of recreational activities for couples, families, and even older generations. The most popular sport on the lake is boating with power boats, canoes, and kayaks. From the boats, fishing, swimming, or skiing are all possible. The lake is filled with smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bream, white bass, channel, and spoonbill catfish. Every day you could catch your dinner to cook at your Beaver Lake homes. These vacation rentals in Arkansas are near the lake shores with docks and boat ramps. Beaver Lake is most notable for offering 40-pound stripers, a type of fish. For those who enjoy fishing, the White River and War Eagle River are the spots to fish. Where these two rivers merge, there is a deep channel that contains the most fish.
Land Attractions in the Beaver Lake Region
The Ozark Mountains are the largest attraction in the state of Arkansas. Their beauty, limestone cliffs, and caves continue to bring visitors to the state each year. Many of the caves offer tours for you to learn about the underground formations, the history of the mountains, and the geological significance the caves offer. Waterfalls, diamonds, quartz crystals and much more are also on the scenic agenda. The local art galleries, shops, and boutiques will have rocks like the quartz crystals for sale.
Getting to Beaver Lake, Arkansas for Vacation
The most populated towns near Beaver Lake are Fayetteville and Springdale. However, you cannot fly inexpensively into these towns. Little Rock is the largest city in Arkansas which is over two hours from Beaver Lake. Missouri is close to the lake area, so you might consider flying into Missouri. Your best option for a budget vacation at perfect Beaver Lake vacation rentals is to drive. Interstate 540 will bring you close to the larger cities where you can pick up the smaller roads like Highway 12 toward Beaver Lake. Highway 62 out of Missouri will also circle the lakes of the area bringing you to your destination.