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Why choose Hardy outfitters for Your Spring River Adventure?

What kind of rapids are on the Spring River?

  • From calm, leisurely floats to Class II and Class III rapids, s-curve shoots and falls, the Spring River provides excitement and a great ride for canoeists. There are many convenient access points along the river which allow you to customize your trip.

What happened to Spring Street in the Mississippi River flood?

  • Water over Spring Street at bridge. Water over railroad. Flood in April 2011 rose to 20.71 feet. Portions of Old Town flooded. Spring Street flooded. Water under most elevated homes along the river bank. Life threatening situation. Homes and businesses along the river and tributaries will be flooded.

Will there be a flash flood warning for the Spring River?

  • Flash Flood Warnings will be issued for the Spring River in Fulton and Sharp Counties based on rainfall estimates.

How big is the lot on the Spring River in Hardy?

Gorgeous Lot on the Spring River This level lot sits just North of the bridge in Hardy and has 76 feet of River frontage. Great building site on a great spot on the Spring River.

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What happened to Spring Street in the Mississippi River flood?

Water over Spring Street at bridge. Water over railroad. Flood in April 2011 rose to 20.71 feet. Portions of Old Town flooded. Spring Street flooded. Water under most elevated homes along the river bank. Life threatening situation. Homes and businesses along the river and tributaries will be flooded.

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How many rapids are there in the Spring River?

The Spring River is characterized by numerous Class I-II rapids that sharpen one's whitewater skills. Starting about 3 miles below the Dam # 3 put-in are three unnamed rapids at 3.0 miles, 3.5 miles and 4.2 miles.

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Where is the Spring River located in Arkansas?

This section of the Spring River is located in Fulton and Sharp Counties of northeastern Arkansas. It begins at Mammoth Spring, just across the Arkansas-Missouri border, and flows north to south down to Hardy at the lower end of the run.

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