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    The Buffalo River is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Take a few days off from your hectic life (yes you), travel to Ponca, AR and rent a canoe or bring your own. Drop in at Ponca with enough supplies for at least two nights on the river. Camp anywhere you like between Ponca and Pruitt. Leave no trace. Take your time. Go slow. Let the river take you as it sees fit. Use existing fire pits or better yet use none at all. Go in late March to early May for your best shot at ideal floating conditions. Check river conditions with local outfitters to make sure water levels are good. Take an onion sack or get one from a local outfitter to store your trash while on the river. Please leave this place as you found it. It’s too special of a river to leave it anything but pristine. Be careful and have fun. Side trip to Lost Valley before or after your float. Short day hike, but that’s another review.

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    Biker friendly paved roads had three pull thru camp sights for RVs great country to ride . I stayed at the Tyler. camp grounds is primitive but has dump station and water hydrant.

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    When we visit the Jasper, AR. area, it’s such an adventure to walk the trails and do some trout fishing along the Buffalo National River. Scenic Hi-Way 7 is one of the most relaxing drives to enjoy and we do it as often as possible.

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    Awesome place must see

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    Beautiful river. River was down when we were there in October & all the rocks were lovely, the trees were changing colors. A wonder of God’s creation.