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Beaver Lake Bungalow!...

Beaver Lake

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Rogers

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Arkansas

2 1.0  

Waterfront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 800   Year: 1996 Acres: 1.100  
Nicole M. Chervenyak, Agent

Barndominium with Boat Slip...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

1 2.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 3444   Year: 2020 Acres: 0.960  
Mark Mattmiller, Broker

LAKEFRONT, LAKEVIEW, BOAT DOCK ON BEAVER LAKE...

Beaver Lake

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Rogers

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Arkansas

3 3.0  

Waterfront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 4646   Year: 1999 Acres: 1.060  
Tricia Necessary, Broker

Amazing Architecture and So Close to the Peaceful Water!...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

4 5.0  

Waterfront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 5274   Year: 1999 Acres: 1.500  
Adam Biossat, Agent

3 Acres with a GREAT View Near Starkey Marina!...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Waterfront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 3.010  
Adam Biossat, Agent

153-Acre Lakefront Paradise...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Waterfront  Acreage For Sale

Acres: 153.000  
Mark Mattmiller, Broker

Live in Paradise while viewing Beaver Lake and the Ozark Mountain...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

4 2.5  

Home Under Contract

Sq Ft: 3400   Year: 2007 Acres: 1.460  
Karen Kinsel, Broker Associate

Lakefront estate on private cul de sac on Beaver Lake...

Beaver Lake

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Rogers

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Arkansas

4 3.5  

Waterfront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 6302   Year: 1987 Acres: 2.160  
Tricia Necessary, Broker

Largest Lot in the Del Lago Subdivision! Dock Slip Available!...

Beaver Lake

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Garfield

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Arkansas

Lot For Sale

Acres: 1.850  
Adam Biossat, Agent

4+/- Acre Hilltop with a Beaver Lake View in Three Directions!...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Lot For Sale

Acres: 4.000  
Adam Biossat, Agent

Great Beaver Lake View Lot with a Community Dock Slip and Lift!...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Lot For Sale

Acres: 1.000  
Adam Biossat, Agent

Beautiful, Secluded Lakefront ...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Waterfront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 0.000  
Diane Murphy, Broker

Family Lakefront Home with Private Dock ...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

5 3.0  

Waterfront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 2640   Year: 1977 Acres: 1.000  
Karen Kinsel, Broker Associate

Turn Key Fun at the Lake!...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

4 2.0  

Waterfront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 2382   Year: 1999 Acres: 0.900  
Karen Kinsel, Broker Associate

Very nice Beaver Lake front lot in a well-established subdivision...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Waterfront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 0.910  
Adam Biossat, Agent

Beautiful, buildable land in convenient location. Wooded...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Acreage For Sale

Acres: 4.118  
Diane Murphy, Agent

2 Lots, Level Building Site With Lake View....

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Lot For Sale

Acres: 3.200  
Tom Ledbetter, Realtor

Lake front with dock slip right out your back door...

Beaver Lake

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Rogers

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Arkansas

3 2.0  

Waterfront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 0   Year: 2012 Acres: 3.080  
Debbie Holscher, Realtor

4.96 Acre Unrestricted Lake Front Tract near Eureka Springs!...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

Waterfront  Acreage For Sale

Acres: 4.960  
Adam Biossat, Agent

Beave Lake front w/2 slip Private Dock location 736 Havenwood Rd ...

Beaver Lake

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Eureka Springs

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Arkansas

5 5.5  

Waterfront  Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 6040   Year: 1998 Acres: 1.110  
Rick Smith, Homeowner
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Beaver Lake Information

If you’ve been thinking about lake homes for sale, keep Beaver Lake in mind. The sprawling 28,370-acre lake is situated high in the picturesque Ozark Mountains along the White River, spanning Benton and Carroll Counties. Beaver Lake is a sports-fishing haven year round, and it draws in visitors with its thoughtful amenities, easy accessibility, and stunning landscapes. Both experienced and beginner anglers agree that Beaver Lake offers some of the most varied and exciting fishing around. In addition to the lake’s healthy populations of bream, crappie, white bass, and channel and spoonbill catfish, the small mouth bass, large mouth bass, and striped bass fishing is excellent. Sport fishing really picks up in November, when lines are cast in hopes of catching striped and hybrid striped bass. Not to mention that everyone keeps Beaver Lake’s prized monster stripers in mind: these goliath fish weigh 40+ pounds and are known to frequent the flats where the northern region of Beaver Lake is met by the White River and War Eagle Cavern. Boasting 487 miles of shoreline, Beaver Lake is strategically designed to accommodate the needs and interests of visitors. Resorts, cabins, and campsites circle the lake, inviting those interested in lake homes for sale to settle in. In fact, when the Army Corps of Engineers constructed the Beaver Dam in 1966, they went the extra mile by providing such accommodations as electricity, fire rings, showers, and paved access to twelve on-site parks. The lake itself is the main attraction, providing endless opportunities for fun in the sun and water. Take to a boat, jet ski, pontoon, or beach towel and relax just minutes from your lake-view cabin. With Arkansas’ rather mild climate, golf season lasts all year in some areas of the state, and Beaver Lake is conveniently located near six courses. In addition to courses like Lost Springs Golf Course, Dawn Hill Golf and Racquet Club, and Brush Creek Golf Course, the Natural State Golf Trail is a network of thirteen courses placed around the state. Each course is designed to showcase the region’s unique geography. Similarly, many of the courses, like the Ponce de Leon course, highlight a piece of Arkansas history. If you’re interested in living on any of Beaver Lake’s area golf courses, you can find property listings and details at GolfHomes.com. The Dianne Roberts Art Studio and Galley, in Benton, showcases the work of local artists, while encouraging visitors to get in touch with their creative sides with classes and supplies for sale. After a full day of fishing, swimming, or sunbathing near your lakefront property, enjoy a satisfying USDA-choice steak at Colton's Steak House and Grill. Beaver Lake, the newest of the "Great Lakes of the White River, " covers some 70 miles through the beautiful Ozark mountains, with 449 miles of shoreline. It is only minutes away from the University of Arkansas, War Eagle Mill, Prairie Creek Golf Course, and Pea Ridge National Military Parks. Beaver Lake was formed by a dam across the White River in 1960. Beaver Dam is located nine miles northwest of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. In April of 1963 construction of the powerhouse and switch yard began. In May of 1965 commercial generation began. The dam project was completed in June 1966, with an estimated cost of $46,200,000.00. Beaver Lake is one of four multiple-purpose projects constructed in the upper White River Basin for the control of floods and the generation of hydroelectric power. The project also offers excellent recreational opportunities for people of all ages. Beaver Lake consumes 28,220 acres and has an average depth of 60 feet, and has a maximum depth of 204 feet which is near the dam. An immure of the White River; major sources of water include Indian, North Clifty, Clifty, Prairie and War Eagle Creeks. Water flows through the dam and feeds Table Rock Lake. The dam maintains an average elevation of 1,120 feet above the mean sea level. Fluctuations can be expected and usually range from three feet below to five feet above the 1,120 mark. The water is very clear and attracts divers from Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Missouri and many other states as well. Foundations of buildings and old roads can be found and the village of Monte Ne was inundated and some of the buildings are visible above and below the surface. Beaver Lake is a nature lover's delight during all seasons. Towering limestone bluffs, natural caves and a wide variety of trees and flowering shrubs afford shutter bugs and nature lovers many hours of enjoyment throughout the year.
Are Jet Skis permitted on Beaver Lake? Yes
Can you Swim in Beaver Lake? Yes
What is the Water Quality at Beaver Lake? Crystal clear water. Summer temp up to 84 degrees.
What is the Average water level variance at Beaver Lake? 15-20 feet per year
Are Boat Docks permitted at Beaver Lake? Yes, in designated areas (community docks).
Are Power Boats permitted at Beaver Lake? Yes
What is the Lake Depth at Beaver Lake? 210' max, 100' average
What are the Nearby Cities to Beaver Lake? 10 miles to Eureka Springs.30 miles to Rogers and Bentonville which is home to Wal-Mart Headquarters.
What is the Closest Airport to Beaver Lake? XNA Regional Airport - 1 hr
What are the Building restrictions at Beaver Lake? Varies by numerous towns and localities around the 400 miles of shoreline. Buildings must be at least 1,000 sq ft

Beaver Lake
Fishing Information

Northwest Arkansas abounds with a diversity of fishing opportunities. Beaver Lake has more than 28,000 surface acres of water. Just below the dam, the bone-chilling waters of the upper White River provides perfect habitat for pole-bending rainbow and record-size German brown trout. The lake itself provides year-round fishing pleasure for adventurous anglers who can try their luck at catching large and small-mouth bass, crappie, bream, white bass, stripers, and channel or spoon-bill catfish. Its shoreline is controlled by the Corps of Engineers, which stresses keeping it natural. Because its waters are quite clear, fishing is fabulous. Downstream of the dam, which was completed in 1965, a fishing trout farm is planned.

Each year, millions of fingerling game fish from the Blackburn Creek Nursery Pond are released into the clear, blue waters by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The first on-site rearing pond in this area, the Blackburn Creek Pond, is the workplace for fishery biologists and other specialists in the field who work hard to keep Beaver Lake in the forefront of fish production.

Ron Crawford Fishing Service 479-925-4266, 20432 Four Seas, Rogers, AR 72756-7499

Barnett's Pawn & Bait Shop 479-656-3730, 19814 Highway 62, Garfield, AR




Beaver Lake
Boating Information

There are 4 major full-service marinas on Beaver Lake, and a Sailing Club that has an active racing season of some 12 to 14 races per year, and active social events.

Starkey Boat Marina 479-253-8194, 4022 Mundell Rd, Eureka Springs, AR 72631-8911

Lost Bridge Marina 479-359-3222, 12861 Marina Rd, Garfield, AR 72732

Eureka Charter Sailing 479-253-8007, PO Box 64, Beaver, AR

Prairie Creek Marina 479-925-1623, 1 Prairie Creek Marina Dr, Rogers, AR

Lake Area Boat & Mini Storage 479-925-7300, 14471 E Highway 12, Rogers, AR




Beaver Lake
Camping Information

Beaver Lake State Park 479-789-2380, 20344 E Highway 12, Rogers, AR 72756-7581

Taking advantage of the natural and scenic beauty, the Corps of Engineers has constructed a variety of recreational facilities around the lake. Paved access roads wind through 12 developed parks. In these campgrounds, visitors can enjoy modern campsites offering electricity and fire rings with drinking water, showers, and restrooms nearby. Other facilities, such as picnic sites, swimming beaches, hiking trails, boat launching ramps, sanitary dump stations, group picnic shelters, and amphitheaters are also available in the parks. Seven Corps of Engineers parks contain year-round commercial marinas providing grocery items, fuel, boat rental and storage, fishing guides, and other supplies and services.

Prairie Creek is located 4 miles east of Rogers on State Highway 12, then 1 mile on access road. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Two picnic shelters are located in the day use area and are available for reservation from April 1 until Oct 31.

Hickory Creek is located 1 mile north of Springdale on U.S. Highway 71, then 7 miles east on State Highway 264, then 1 mile north on Benton County Road 602. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Two picnic shelters are located in the day use area and are available for reservation from April 1 until Oct 31. Horseshoe Bend West is located 5 miles east of Rogers on State Highway 94. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. The picnic shelter is located in the middle of the campground and is available for reservation from April 1 until Oct 31.

Horseshoe Bend East is located 5 miles east of Rogers on State Highway 94. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Two picnic shelters are located in the day use area and are available for reservation from April 1 until Oct 31.

Dam Site, River is located 9 miles west of Eureka Springs on U.S. Highway 62, then 2.5 miles south on paved access road State 187 to dam. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. The picnic shelter located at the cut-off wall approximately 1/4 mile from the campground is available for reservation from April 1 until Oct 31.

Dam Site Lake is located 9 miles west of Eureka Springs on U.S. Highway 62, then 3 miles south on paved access road State 187 to dam. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. The picnic shelter located at the cut-off wall approximately 1/4 mile from the campground is available for reservation from April 1 until Oct 31.

War Eagle is located 10 miles east of Springdale on State Highway 412, then 3 miles north on Washington County Road 95. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. The picnic shelter is located near the campground and is available for reservation from April 1 until Oct 31.

Rocky Branch is located 11 miles east of Rogers on State Highway 12, then 4.5 miles northeast on State Highway 303. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Two picnic shelters are available for reservation from April 1 until Oct 31.

Lost Bridge North is located 6 miles southeast of Garfield on State Highway 127. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. There is a primitive youth camping area for use by small groups.

Lost Bridge South is located 5 miles southeast of Garfield on State Highway 127. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water.

Indian Creek is located 5 miles east of Gateway, then 4 miles south on Benton County Road 89. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water.

Starkey is located 4 miles west of Eureka Springs on U.S. Highway 62, then 4 miles southwest on State Highway 187, then 4 miles southwest on Carroll County Road 2176. This park is a Class A park with flush toilets, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. The picnic shelter is available for reservation from May 1 until September 15.

Indian Creek campground 479-656-3145 some believe it to be the best.




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