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There is no other river quite like the Buffalo River. This is our country's very first national river. Rescued from conversion into a recreational lake in 1972, Congress preserved the free-flowing Buffalo River in its beauty and simplicity. Now managed by the National Park Service, the Buffalo is a float stream and a fishing stream that flows beneath limestone bluffs towering 400 feet tall or rushes over a rocky bed, dropping out of the Boston Mountains in occasional white water rapids.   The slower reaches of the river are always floatable and widen into tranquil pools, bordered by dense hardwoods and lush foliage. When local fishermen want good smallmouth bass fishing, there's no better place than the Buffalo River. When Arkansas travelers want to fill their memory banks with nature's beauty, they, too, head for the Buffalo River. For specific information, contact the National Park Service at Harrison.

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