Buffalo National River Announce Limits in Vistor Services
As Buffalo National River anticipates the beginning of another season of floaters, hikers, and other visitors, things have altered to an extent where many things perhaps taken for granted in the past will be absent or at least altered. More »
CAUTION!! Road construction will begin in Boxley Valley on Monday, April 22, 2013. Parking areas for wildlife viewing will be installed to alleviate congestion and increase safety during high traffic periods. Construction may last 180 days. More »
Buffalo Point Archery Update
Why relax restrictions on deer hunting this deer season?
It is possible that the area currently closed to hunting is larger than it needs to be.
The National Park Service can provide additional hunting opportunities to its visitors by establishing this easement area.
Where are the new areas I can now hunt?
Areas that remain closed are the campground, roads, trail system and developed areas.
When and what can I hunt in the area opened up for this season?
Only deer and feral hogs are allowed to be hunted in the area opened for this hunt.
Deer count towards your Zone 080 bag limit as normal.
What rules apply to hunting here?
Hunting is not allowed in developed areas.
Hunting is not allowed within 100 feet of a road or trail or within 150 yards of a structure.
Weapons must be unloaded and cased when at parking areas or campgrounds.
Trails maybe used to access areas but killing devices must be unloaded when within 100 feet of a road or trail.
Regulations governing the use of tree stands may be found on page 67 of Arkansas Hunting Guidebook.
Weapons may not be fired across roads or trails and may not be fired into or across the Buffalo River or its gravel bars.
Wildlife carcasses may not be field dressed or displayed (hung) in developed areas.
Campsites may not remain unattended for more than 24 hours. All regular campground fees and rules apply.
ATV use and driving off designated roadways is prohibited.
Hunting in this area with dogs is not allowed.
Where can I get more information?
A voluntary register will be available at the Buffalo Point Visitor Contact Station to record the number of hunters, types of hunts, and hunter comments. Use of this sign-in is not required but is strongly encouraged to assist the park in making future decisions about this area.
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Did You Know?
Did you know that Buffalo National River preserves many pioneer homesteads ranging from the 1840s to the 1930s? These structures document the struggles and lifeways of people that carved a living out of the lush forests of the Buffalo River region.