Spring waterfalls come alive along Mulberry River

Posted: April 18, 2017 at 1 a.m.

Karen Mowry takes in a view of the Mulberry River from the Mulberry River Road Scenic Byway on March 26. The route runs parallel to the river along Arkansas 215.

Visitors can pick their favorite option from the many ways available to enjoy the Mulberry River.

Float the Mulberry

The Mulberry River flows 70 miles from its headwaters to the Arkansas River. Most kayaking and canoeing takes place downstream from Wolfpen access along the Mulberry River Road Scenic Byway. There are U.S. Forest Service campgrounds and access points along the river.

— Staff report

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