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Lake Greeson, Murfreesboro
(4.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Lake Greeson is a reservoir on the Little Missouri River, about 6mi north of Murfreesboro, Arkansas. Famous for its scenery and recreation, it is surrounded by 15 parks that offer opportunities for camping, fishing, boating, biking, and swimming.OverviewThe lake is created by Narrows Dam, named after the area in which it is located, "The Narrows". Lake Greeson is named after developer Martin White Greeson. The lake also contains Daisy State Park.Lake Greeson has been recognized by its rich variety of fish, which include: Striped Bass, largemouth, spotted, white bass, flathead and channel catfish. The area below Narrows Dam has a mighty supply of rainbow trout. Other game species exist around Lake Greeson beside fish. Rabbits, squirrels, bobwhite quail, whitetail deer can also be found around the Lake Greeson area. A 35000acre Lake Greeson Public Hunting Area can be found west of the lake and provides good hunting areas for hunters.
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  • Beautiful area and seemed to have a lot of family activities. I wish we would have planned to spend more time there. 
  • We rented a pontoon boat from the SWAHA marina and spent about five hours cruising around the lake. It is really pretty. The lake is extremely well marked with buoys and mile markers. It's clean too. 
  • The sunset over the lake was Breathtaking! We didn't take time to fish this trip, but will next time.