Eleven Point River
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The Eleven Point River is spring-fed making it an ideal floating stream. Eleven Point River has its beginnings in the rolling hills of Howell County, Missouri, and enters Arkansas in a remote area of Randolph County, north of Pocahontas. It is popular with canoeists and smallmouth bass anglers between Dalton and U.S. 62, both in Randolph County. Stream-running walleye are also found in the Eleven Point. Because it is spring-fed, the Eleven Point can be floated the year around. Camping and canoe access is available at Dalton. This section of the river has a stone dam, downstream from Dalton, and some islands that may be a problem for boaters. Davidsonville Historic State Park is nearby, offering camping and a small fishing lake. Contact the park at 870-892-4708.
Last Updated: March 9, 2022
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