Islands of Arkansas

Islands of Arkansas

Arkansas has plenty to offer in terms of tourism. Numerous lakes, many state national parks, miles of trekking, hiking, adventures and romantic getaways. But apart from all these attractions, Arkansas is also home to many islands which can be exotic tourist locations.

Holiday Island:

Holiday Island is a very popular island of Arkansas. It is a planned community and it is situated at the edge of Table Rock Lake which covers 53,000 acres.

There are two golf courses, developed lands, marina, recreation centre, shopping centers and business services. Holiday Island is not only ideal as a holiday destination, but if you are looking forward to a life of peace and tranquility amidst nature then this is your place. Holiday Island’s close vicinity to Eureka Springs makes it all the more attractive destination. People, who own properties at Holiday Islands, enjoy many facilities like the islands 9’ and 18’ golf courses. Tourists can rent a night on the exotic island and have fun. Holiday Island is not less than a paradise with wooded hillsides, scenic valleys and the huge Tale Rock Lake.

Many Islands Camp:

If you are looking forward to an exciting adventurous trek, then Many Islands Camp is the right place for you. It has excellent trekking facilities along the Spring River. The Spring River is a mesmerizing fresh flowing spring which is fed by the Mammoth Spring. It is a beautiful place to spend a vacation and is situated in the Ozark foothills.

Cane Islands:

This environment friendly development has one of the most beautiful settings in the White River. It offers river front and interior lots. The community has a boat ramp and all other amenities. It is a 120 acre development and is very close to Bull Shoals dam. The White River is very famous for the different varieties and finest of trouts.People can enjoy the best fishing in the river bed of White River in the cane island. Apart from the above mentioned islands, Arkansas boasts of more than 100 islands spread around the state.  Some of them are historical islands. Few of them include:

  1. Arbuckle Island
  2. Archer Island
  3. Bark Camp Island
  4. Bayless Island
  5. Caulk Island
  6. Cessions Towhead
  7. Chicken Island
  8. Choctaw Bar Island
  9. Kelly Island - historical
  10. Little River Island
  11. Montgomery Island
  12. Mud Island
  13. Newton Island
  14. Island Number 25
  15. Island Number 28
  16. Standing Rock - historical
  17. Tow Head Island - historical
  18. Tow Head Island - historical
  19. Trouble Island - historical