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Luxury Lake Ouachita rivaling lodges in Lake Tahoe or Colorado...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

6 7.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 8007   Year: 2010 Acres: 2.160  

Hunting Property. This 146.49 acres has abundant wildlife. The...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

Acreage For Sale

Acres: 146.490  

NORTH SHORES MARINA AND CEDAR FOURCHE PARK of Lake Ouachita...

Lake Ouachita

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Jessieville

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Arkansas

4 3.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 3800   Year: 1981 Acres: 5.000  

Lake Ouachita Townhome! You can't get any closer to Lake...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

4 4.0  

Townhome/Townhouse For Sale

Sq Ft: 1867   Year: 1984 Acres: 0.000  

Lake Ouachita Townhome! You can't get any closer to Lake...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

4 4.0  

Townhome/Townhouse For Sale

Sq Ft: 1867   Year: 1984 Acres: 0.000  

54.342 acres that joins Ouachita National Forest on 2 sides...

Lake Ouachita

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Story

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Arkansas

Acreage For Sale

Acres: 54.340  

For more information, contact Bill Cooley at . Visit to view...

Lake Ouachita

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Hot Springs

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Arkansas

3 3.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 1600   Year: 1980 Acres: 0.430  

For more information, contact Bill Cooley at . Visit to view...

Lake Ouachita

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Hot Springs

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Arkansas

3 3.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 1600   Year: 1980 Acres: 0.000  

20.63 acres surveyed with access off of Hwy 270 near Twin Creek...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

Acreage For Sale

Acres: 20.630  

Absolutely Beautiful Lake Property. Level, 2 Subdivision Lots...

Lake Ouachita

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Mountain Pine

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Arkansas

Waterfront  Lot For Sale

Acres: 1.000  

200' LAKE HAMILTON FRONTAGE...BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OF LAKE HAMILTON...

Lake Ouachita

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Royal

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Arkansas

Waterfront  Acreage For Sale

Acres: 3.990  

Looking for that great place tucked away in a quite little place...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

4 2.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 1541   Year: 1984 Acres: 4.590  

Looking for that great place tucked away in a quite little place...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

4 2.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 1541   Year: 1984 Acres: 0.000  

Great Building just minutes from Lake Ouachita and Mount Ida on...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

0 0.0  

Commercial For Sale

Sq Ft: 8113   Year: 1978 Acres: 1.250  

Weekend Cabin! $130,000.00 This property is located near...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

2 1.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 920   Year: 1988 Acres: 6.320  

Wooded acreage! $125,000.00 Enjoy the feeling of the woods on...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

Acreage For Sale

Acres: 21.820  

This is a good location for those of you looking for a spot in...

Lake Ouachita

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Story

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Arkansas

Acreage For Sale

Acres: 13.880  

3 acres joining Ouachita National Forest on one side. 3 bedroom...

Lake Ouachita

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Story

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Arkansas

3 2.0  

Home For Sale

Sq Ft: 1232   Year: 1996 Acres: 3.000  

Newly available property! Beautifully tucked up against the...

Lake Ouachita

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Mount Ida

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Arkansas

Lot For Sale

Acres: 0.920  

4 acres in Lake Hamilton School District. This great location...

Lake Ouachita

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Hot Springs

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Arkansas

Acreage For Sale

Acres: 4.030  
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Lake Ouachita

Lake Ouachita Information

Lake Ouachita (wash'i*taw), a manmade lake formed in 1953, stretches westward from Blakely Mountain Dam to the headwaters of the Ouachita River. One area of the lake houses one of the largest quartz crystal veins in the world, and due to the clarity of the water this is a freshwater divers paradise providing a home for non-stinging jellyfish, sponge, and freshwater shrimp which are found in only a few of the cleanest lakes in the world. Arkansas's largest manmade lake stretches across 48,000 acres and has 975 miles of impressive mountainous shoreline at Lake Ouachita State Park. High in the Ouachita Mountains near the resort spa of Hot Springs, the exceptionally clear water of Lake Ouachita is popular with scuba divers, water skiers and fishermen. Unsurpassed scenic beauty, excellent fishing, water sports of all kinds and a prolific area for rock hounds are just a few of the natural attractions of this area. There are many campgrounds and resorts in close proximity to the Lake, and the area is attractive for laid-back family vacations. At the lake's eastern tip, the state park includes historic Three Sisters' Springs, once thought to have curative powers. This is also a prime area for natural crystal hunting and rock collecting. Recreation - Swimming, skiing, scuba diving, boating and fishing for bream, crappie, catfish, stripers and trout can be enjoyed in the open waters and quiet coves of Lake Ouachita. Climate - Arkansas has a temperate climate with the coldest temperatures near freezing during December, January and February. Daytime highs for these months usually reach 55 degrees F. Spring and fall temperatures are very mild with lows dipping to 44 degrees F and highs reaching 70 degrees F. July and August are the hottest months of the year with average temperatures reaching 90 degrees F. June and September average temperatures usually reach into the mid-eighties. Spring and winter months are the wettest of the year. Location - From Hot Springs, travel three miles west on U.S. 270, then go 12 miles north on Arkansas Hwy. 227 to the park. Blakely Mountain Dam, which impounds water forming Lake Ouachita, is a feature of a comprehensive plan for the Ouachita River Basin being administered by the U.S. Army Engineers, under the direction of the Chief of Engineers and the Secretary of the Army. The objectives of the plan are flood control, navigation, recreation, and the production of hydroelectric power. The dam, located on Ouachita River, near Hot Springs, Arkansas, was constructed under the supervision of the U.S. Army Engineer district, Lower Mississippi Valley, at a cost of approximately $30,800,000 and was placed in operation for flood control in the spring of 1953 and power was first placed on the line in August 1955. The spillway, located about 1 mile west of the dam, protects the structure from overtopping by stored waters in the event all floods of record are exceeded. When filled to spillway crest elevation the lake extends up the Ouachita River Valley a distance of 39 miles, with a surface area of approximately 48,300 acres. The lake created by the normal power pool extends up the valley a distance of 30 miles and has a surface area of approximately 40,000 acres. The land and water areas of this project, which is located partially within the Ouachita National Forest, sustain important natural resources which become an inherent part of the project. To insure that these resources are developed to provide maximum sustained benefits for the greatest number of people, a plan has been completed for use as a guide in the management and development of the lake area and all its resources. The plan is based primarily upon land and water capabilities and provides for the conservation of project lands and waters, forests, fish and wildlife assets, and recreational areas, with full consideration given to soil conservation, malaria control, pollution, and the health and safety of the visiting public. Responsible Federal, State, and local agencies establish conservation guides used in the plan. State and local agencies and organized groups are also invited to participate in the recreational development of the lake for the public.
Are Jet Skis permitted on Lake Ouachita? Yes
Can you Swim in Lake Ouachita? Yes
What is the Water Quality at Lake Ouachita? One of the cleanest in the U.S.
What is the Average water level variance at Lake Ouachita? 5 feet
Are Boat Docks permitted at Lake Ouachita? There are several thousand boat docks and one of the largest marinas in the country.
Are Power Boats permitted at Lake Ouachita? Yes, houseboats too
What is the Lake Depth at Lake Ouachita? approx 350'
What are the Nearby Cities to Lake Ouachita? 10-25 miles to Hot Springs 10 miles to Mount Ida 50-75 miles to Little Rock
What is the Closest Airport to Lake Ouachita? Mount Ida, 10 miles, Runway is 6,500 feet Little Rock, 50-75 miles
What are the Building restrictions at Lake Ouachita? Subdivision covenants

Lake Ouachita
Fishing Information

Lake Ouachita is recognized as one of Arkansas' finest and superior fishing lakes where bass, crappie, bream, catfish, rainbow trout, northern pike and ocean stripers add to the lake's fishing thrills.

Lake Ouachita is recognized as one of Arkansas' superior fishing lakes where the following fish are available in abundance.

Blue Catfish

Bluegill

Bream

Channel Catfish

Crappie

Flathead Catfish

Largemouth Bass

Northern Pike

Ocean Stripers

Rainbow Trout

Redear Sunfish

Smallmouth Bass

Spotted Bass

Striped Bass

Walleye

White Bass




Lake Ouachita
Boating Information

Lake Ouachita's wide open waters and quiet lagoons offer fun to water-skiers, sailing enthusiasts, canoeists, and scuba divers.

Marina - A full-service, 70-slip marina provides rental fishing boats, motors and party barges, plus rental boats, slips (covered and uncovered) mooring buoys and transient slips.

Covered Slip - 8' x 16' $70/Month

Covered Slip - 9' x 18' $75/Month

Covered Slip - 10' x 22' $100/Month (w/ elec)

Covered Slip - 10' x 22' $80/Month (no elec)

Uncovered Slip - 10' x 20' $70/Month

Transient Slip $14/Day

Mooring Buoy $60/Month (May-Aug)

Mooring Buoy $50/Month (Sept-April)

Mooring Buoy $528/Year

Fishing Boats 16 ft. $12/Half-day, $18.50/Day $50 Deposit

Fishing Boats 16 ft. w/motor $30/Half-Day, $50/Day $50 Deposit

Party Barges 20 ft $110/Half-day, $160/Day, $100 Deposit

Party Barges 30 ft $140/Half-day, $190/Day, $100 Deposit

Pedal Boat $3/Half-Hour, $4/Hour

Canoe $5/Hour, $15/Half-Day, $25/Day

Water Bike $4/Half-Hour, $6/Hour

Personal Water Craft $35/Half-Hour, $50/Hour Plus Deposit

Personal Water Craft $150/Half-Day, $250/Day Plus Deposit




Lake Ouachita
Camping Information

LAKE OUACHITA STATE PARK 5451 Mountain Pine Road Mountain Pine, AR 71956

Park/Campsite Reservations: (501 ) 767-9366

There are 112 individual campsites handily located for fishing and boating. Seventy-seven of these have dual-voltage and freeze-proof water hookups. All campsites have paved camping spurs, table, grill, bathhouses, and hot showers .

Class A: Water and electric hookups, flush toilets, picnic tables, grills, hot showers, and dump stations.

Class B: Water, restrooms, electricity, picnic tables, grills, showers, and dump sites are usually available.

All Seasons RV Park 6507 Central Ave., Hot Springs 71913 (501) 525-1248

Baileys RV Park 4303 Central Ave., Hot Springs 71913 (501) 525-1660

Crater of Diamonds State Park Rt. 1, Box 364, Murfreesboro 71958 (870) 285-3113

Daisy State Park HC-71 Box 66, Kirby 71950-8105 (501) 398-4487

Gulpha Gorge National Park US Hwy. 70B Hot Springs, AR 71901 (870) 624-2283

Highway "27" Fishing Village 214 Fishing Village Rd. Story, AR 71970-5647 (870) 867-2211

Hot Springs National Park KOA 838 McClendon Rd. Hot Springs, AR 71901 (501) 624-5912 1-800-KOA-59037




Lake Ouachita
Local Area Businesses

Animal Actors Zoo 380 Whittington Ave. Hot Springs, Ar 501-623-9695

Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo 847 Whittington Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-623-6172

Arkansas House of Reptiles 420 Central Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-623-8516

The Bath House Show 701 Central Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-623-1415

Ducks in the Park Tours 316 Central Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-624-3825

Hot Springs Mountain Tower Hot Springs Mountain Drive Hot Springs, AR 501-623-6035

Jungle Mountain Miniature Golf 2720 Albert Pike Hot Springs, AR 501-767-8601

Magic Springs Theme Park & Crystal Falls Water Park Hot Springs, AR 501-624-0100

Maxwell Blade Theatre of Magic 817 Central Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-623-6200

Mid-America Museum 500 Mid America Blvd Hot Springs, AR 71913 (501) 767-3461

Music Mountain Jamboree 2720 Albert Pike Hot Springs, AR 501-767-3841

National Park Aquarium 209 Central Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-624-3474

Oaklawn Park 2705 Central Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-623-4411 or 800-OAKLAWN

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf 4612 Central Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-525-9311

Temperance Hill Square Scenic 7 Byway Hot Springs, AR 501-525-7271

Thermal Bathing Various Sites throughout Hot Springs Hot Springs, AR 501-321-2277 or 800-SPA-CITY

Tiny Town 374 Whittington Ave. Hot Springs, AR 501-624-4742

The Witness 1960 Mill Creek Rd. Hot Springs, AR 501-623-9781

Wright's Rock Shop 3612 Albert Pike Hot Springs, AR 501-767-4800



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