Located on BeaverTownBridge.
Built in 1963 on the White River, Beaver Dam was one of the first reservoirs in the country to provide for municipal and industrial water. Beaver Lake is home to 12 recreational parks and is recognized nationally as a fishing destination. The “Queen of the White River Lakes” is two miles wide and seventy-three miles long stretching from Eureka Springs to Fayetteville with more than 400 miles of shoreline.
Bald Eagles make Beaver Lake their home. The Van Winkle arm of Beaver, an undeveloped area of the lake, has one of the largest concentrations of Bald Eagle. Eagle Watch Tours from Hobbs State Park offer a chance to see the icon of American freedom in its natural habitat. Located on Highway 187.