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The Ouachita National Forest is located in southeast Oklahoma (and southwest Arkansas) in Le Flore County and is comprised of more than 1.6 million acres. Early Spanish and French explorers favored the land for its fishing, hunting and natural beauty. "Ouachita" is the French spelling of the Indian word Washita which means "good hunting grounds".

Recreational activities include hiking, biking and horseback riding along the more than 600 miles of trails. These trails range from short interpretive trails of less than 1 mile to longer treks on the 192-mile Ouachita National Trail.

Float and/or fish the and is comprised of more than 1.6 million acres. Early Spanish and French explorers favored the land for its fishing, hunting and natural beauty. "Ouachita" is the French spelling of the Indian word Washita which means "good hunting grounds".

Recreational activities include hiking, biking and horseback riding along the more than 600 miles of trails. These trails range from short interpretive trails of less than 1 mile to longer treks on the 192-mile Ouachita National Trail.

Float and/or fish the [caddoriv], [littlemz] and the [ouachriv]. Species such as largemouth, smallmouth or spotted bass, green sunfish, longear sunfish, catfish, bluegill, and crappie can be taken.

Hunt wild turkey, deer and other game in-season.

Take a sightseeing tour along Arkansas Scenic Highway 7 and Talimena Scenic Byway crossing mountain tops from Arkansas into Oklahoma. CODE left

The Ouachita National Forest is located in southeast Oklahoma (and southwest Arkansas) in [y40079] and is comprised of more than 1.6 million acres. Early Spanish and French explorers favored the land for its fishing, hunting and natural beauty. "Ouachita" is the French spelling of the Indian word Washita which means "good hunting grounds".

Recreational activities include hiking, biking and horseback riding along the more than 600 miles of trails. These trails range from short interpretive trails of less than 1 mile to longer treks on the 192-mile Ouachita National Trail.

Float and/or fish the [caddoriv], [littlemz] and the [ouachriv]. Species such as largemouth, smallmouth or spotted bass, green sunfish, longear sunfish, catfish, bluegill, and crappie can be taken.

Hunt wild turkey, deer and other game in-season.

Take a sightseeing tour along Arkansas Scenic Highway 7 and Talimena Scenic Byway crossing mountain tops from Arkansas into Oklahoma.

Location: HC 64, Box 3467, Heavener Oklahoma 74937 Telephone 918-653-2991

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