- 1 How much shoreline does Norfork Lake have?
- 2 What is the water temperature of Lake Norfork?
- 3 What is the deepest part of Norfork Lake?
- 4 What is the water temperature of Lake Ouachita?
- 5 What is the current water temperature on Bull Shoals Lake?
- 6 Are there alligators in Lake Ouachita Arkansas?
- 7 What is the cleanest lake in Arkansas?
- 8 How old is Norfork Dam?
- 9 What’s the deepest part of lake Ouachita?
How much shoreline does Norfork Lake have?
At the top of conservation pool elevation, (552 MSL), Norfork Lake has a shoreline of 380 miles. As the pool rises to the top of flood control pool elevation, (580 MSL), the shoreline miles increase to 510 miles. The Norfork Project area contains 22,000 surface acres of water.
What is the water temperature of Lake Norfork?
The surface water temperature is 86-87 degrees.
What is the deepest part of Norfork Lake?
What is the water temperature of Lake Ouachita?
Water temperature is ranging 84-88 degrees and the clarity is clear. Water level is about 2.5 feet below. Call the Mountain Harbor guides – Mike Wurm (501-622-7717), Chris Darby (870-867-7822) or Jerry Bean (501-282-6104) – for more information.
What is the current water temperature on Bull Shoals Lake?
Current water temps for Bull Shoals Lake are 71 degrees @ 1′ and 69.9 degrees at 10′.
Are there alligators in Lake Ouachita Arkansas?
Are there Alligators in Lake Ouachita? No reports of Alligators in Lake Ouachita have ever been received.
What is the cleanest lake in Arkansas?
Lake Ouachita is the state’s largest lake and one of the cleanest lakes in the nation. With over 40,000 acres to explore and very little shoreline development, this lake offers an experience like no other in the state.
How old is Norfork Dam?
Finally, in the spring of 1941, construction of the Norfork Dam began. Between 3,500 and 4,000 people came to witness the first blast, touted by advertisers as the biggest blast in the world. Four hundred thousand tons of bedrock and earth had to be removed before the first yard of concrete could be poured.
What’s the deepest part of lake Ouachita?
These are the buildings and ruins of what is left of the towns under the water of what is now Norfork Lake. The towns were once known as part of Henderson and Elizabeth, Custer, Hand, Jordan and Herron. Of course, these forgotten towns weren’t always underneath the water of the Norfork River that ran next to them.