The Kings River in Arkansas - A canoe or kayak lovers dream! A beautiful family friendly river with easy canoe and kayak accessibility. Experience a picnic along one of the many large gravel bars, swim, fish, camp or observe the native wildlife while your canoe floats past crystal clear pools, beautiful bluffs, and shady tree-lined banks. Marvel at the strength of the Kings River smallmouth bass or many other native fish of the Kings. As you enjoy this magical river in the beautiful Ozarks, please remember pack it in and pack out and leave no trace because we all live downstream....
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.
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.
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.
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.
Read about the float and fishing expeditions and other interesting stories about the Kings River.
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.