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Camping is another of the most popular outdoor activities in Arkansas. DEAN CURTIS FOR LIVING WELL


Call (870) 449-6235. Buffalo River Outfitters, 9664 Hwy


65, St. Joe, provides one-day, overnight and multi-day trips on the Buffalo Na- tional River. Canoes, kayaks and rafts are available for rent. You can buy a va- riety of supplies for your trip from guidebooks to swim shoes and jerky. Buffalo River Outfitters also have log cabins of various sizes available for rent which can accommodate anywhere from two to 10 people. Summer week- ends tend to book in advance, so make reservations. (870) 439-2200. Riley’s Outfitter is a family run busi-


ness owned by the Rileys, and they out- fit both the White and Buffalo rivers. Lo- cated in Buffalo City, 15 miles south of Mountain Home, they have Jon boats, canoes and kayaks available for rent. They also have guided fishing trips and shuttle service. Floats range from 5 to 12 miles and there’s a variety to choose


10 ❚ MAY/JUNE 2018 ❚ LIVING WELL


Camping Set along Buffalo National River, Buf-


Nights around the campfire are a common occurence in the Ozarks. DEAN CURTIS FOR LIVING WELL


from. And if you’re looking for lodging after a day on the river, they have every- thing from a cozy loft to the Buffalo Vis- ta, which sleeps up to three couples and has a hot tub and swimming pool. Call (870) 425-4221.


falo Point, 2229 Highway 268 E. Yellville, is the only campground in the park that has water and electric hookups for RVs. Individual sites can be reserved 3 days to 6 months in advance. There are 80 drive-in campsites ($22) which have water and electric hookups. There are 21 walk-in campsites for tents only ($16), that have water access nearby. If you show up the day of, there may or may not be sites available. “It’s best to call ahead,” said Casey Johannsen, park ranger. For general park information, call 870-449-4311 for reservations call 877-444-6777. There are cabins operated by Buffalo


Point Concession, a different outfitter. For information: http://www.buffalo- point.net/ Blue Heron Campground, 150 Blue


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