History

The Kings River is a tributary of the White River. It rises in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas and flows northward for more than 90 miles into Table Rock Lake in Missouri. 

Access Points

The Kings River has many access points where you can launch your kayak or canoe. One public access point is the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s J.D. Fletcher launch.

Fish of the Kings

The Kings River is a unique fishing hole that is full of hard fighting fish like the Smallmouth Bass. Other fish include the Ozark Bass, Spotted Gar, and Channel Catfish.


River Regulations

Photo Gallery

Learn the right way to float and fish in order to be safe and have a great time.

View our photo gallery to see some of the beautiful scenery, floats and fishing expeditions. 


 Riverman Blog

Read about the float and fishing expeditions and other interesting stories about the Kings River.

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Kings River Current Water Levels

Find out what the current Kings River Levels are, as well as, gauge locations, recent and historic crests and other interesting data before your trip to the Kings River Arkansas. 


  

Riverman Merchandise

15% of all merchandise sold will be donated back to the Nature Conservancy to benefit the work being done on the Kings River.