Surrounded by the Ouachita National Forest, beautiful Lake Ouachita (pronounced WASH-i-taw) is Arkansas' largest lake. 970 miles of tree lined shores envelope the pristine clear waters. House-boaters young and old will be enthralled by the lake's massive crystal vein. With more than 100 uninhabited islands to explore you will never hear the kids say "Mom, I'm bored!"
Scuba divers will be treated by the rare supply of non-stinging fresh water jellyfish living deep beneath the lake's surface. Well known for its prolific fishing opportunities, anglers will enjoy fishing for striped and largemouth bass in Lake Ouachita's clear waters which are ranked nationally in the top 10 for largemouth bass fishing. Stripers are prevalent in May congregating in the upper part of the lake. Walleye, Bream, and Crappie also swarm in abundance.
Drive your houseboat along the famous Geo-Float trail and take in all the prominent geologic features that Lake Ouachita has to display. Your adventure awaits!