Buffalo National River

Sybil CraigUncategorized

Established by Congress on March 1, 1972, as America’s first national river, Buffalo National River is one of the few remaining free flowing streams in the lower 48 states. Treasured for its pristine emerald waters, towering bluffs, and recreational opportunities, Buffalo National River truly is the crown jewel of the Natural State. Learn more about Buffalo National River.

BUFFALO NATIONAL RIVER’S WASTEWATER PERMITS RENEWED

Buffalo National River PartnersNPS News Releases

After a round of public meetings Buffalo National River has received its permit from Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to continue operations.  Sewage treatment facilities are located at Buffalo Point and at Tyler Bend, primarily serving campgrounds and concessions facilities in these locations.  Prior to the public meeting held in October 1, 2013 at the Yellville Summit Cafeteria there … Read More

Talkin’ Trash with the National Park Service–Press Release

Buffalo National River PartnersNPS News Releases

Dr. Jane Goodall once said, “It is individual efforts, collectively, that makes a noticeable difference – all the difference in the world!”  Managers at Buffalo National River will put this theory to the test this spring as they implement a new solid waste management strategy that relies on park visitors to dispose of their own trash.   The new ‘Give … Read More