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Megan Brazle and her daughter, Lydia, canoe the Buffalo River. Lydia tries her hand at paddling. DEAN CURTIS FOR LIVING WELL


also rents cabins and has two lodges. Bill Scruggs has owned the business


for 27 years and says it’s the largest out- fitter on the Buffalo, and one of the larg- est in the state. For first-time floaters, they offer floating instructions. They stock more than 300 boats but will rent them all on a Saturday or holiday week- end, so it’s best to make reservations for those times, Scruggs said. The earlier in the day someone ar-


rives, the more options you have in which trip you can take. There are 4.5 mile, 9 and 9.5 mile float trips. If you have your own watercraft, they


offer shuttle service. Wild Bill’s boasts a convenience store, so stop in and fuel up on gas, ice, beer, soft drinks or hot sand- wiches. “We are a true outfitter so if someone


wants to do something on the river, we can do it. If they want to set up camp, cook on the river, we can do whatever our customer wants,” said employee Da- vid Brewer.


Canoeing is a fun summer activity, with many outfitters available for the ever-popular Buffalo National River. DEAN CURTIS FOR LIVING WELL


LIVING WELL ❚ MAY/JUNE 2018 ❚ 9


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