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The Spring River is fed by the cold and clear waters of Mammoth Spring, offering a variety of challenges to the canoeist. The river canoeing is an exciting and challenging sport. The rental canoes are constructed of ABS - royalex which truly makes canoeing a pleasure. The campground is located right on the riverbank. The camp facilities include hot showers, groceries, ice, electrical hookups, with a small charge for firewood. Arkansas fishing license, souvenirs and bait are also available as well as a dump station.

Location: Box 66, Route 2, Mammoth Spring Arkansas 72554 Telephone 870-856-3885

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Mountain Home) Animal Health Center
(Calico Rock) Bill Terry's Fishing Service
(Mountain Home) Breckenridge Professional Guide Service
(Mountain Home) Clyde's Guide Service
(Drury) Devil's Backbone Wilderness Outfitters
(Gamaliel) Phillip Thom's Professional Guide Service

02/28 Coming to The Mammoth Spring area
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