Smith Hill Creek Marina
Smith Hill Creek Marina
Smith Hill Creek Marina
Peters Sugar Loaf Marina is a family owned and operated, full service marina on Greers Ferry Lake in Higden, Arkansas. Owners Bob and Tammy Peters purchased the marina in March of 2007 and have been expanding and upgrading the marina ever since.
Come to North Central Arkansas and enjoy superb boating on pristine waters at Eden Isle Marina located just west of Heber Springs, Arkansas.
Fairfield Bay is an outdoor lover’s paradise – a recreation destination that showcases a community enjoying the natural beauty of the great outdoors, a lifestyle of discovering new experiences, comfort in the proven safety, and the value of incredible adventures without the expense of other destinations. Awarded the City of Distinction for its “Quality of
Located on beautiful Greers Ferry Lake in North Central Arkansas in the town of Greers Ferry. We offer pontoon boat rentals, overnight as well as annual slip rentals, gas, oil, batteries, water sports equipment, tee shirts, food and beverages, and much more. Bring the kids to feed the fish and have a blast on the lake.
Damsite Marina is located in Damsite Park on beautiful Greers Ferry Lake in the town of Heber Springs Arkansas. We offer overnight and annual boat slips, daily boat rentals, gas, food and general store goods for your boating experience.
Lacey's Narrows Marina is a full service marina, boat dealership and boat rental service located on Greers Ferry Lake specializing in: New and Used Boat Sales, Service, Financing, Boat Lifts, Luxury House Boat Rentals, Pontoon Boat Rentals, Waverunner Jet Ski Rentals, and Covered Boat Slips. Also, be sure to visit our ships store packed with wake boards,
This location was quite a surprise! It was mostly silt on the bottom but we happened to come up on a small ledge that was about 12ft tall. Hiding in this ledge we found three catfish! We also found many bass and a pretty large Drum. There were plenty of trees and this area was away from traffic which is always a plus!
This site was actually pretty cool. It appears some sort of landslide caused a bunch of trees to come down the hill into the lake which left a TON of trees all of the place. The bottom was mostly silt but it was neat to swim through all of the trees as long as you were careful!We did find quite a few Bass but they were mostly smaller. We didn’t get to spend
This dive site is directly across from the first docks at Dam Site Marina. Technically you could get to it from the shore with a long walk but I would suggest a boat if you have one. I’ve seen people jump from the small cliffs here so you will want to make sure you don’t surface near them. Also during the summer there is a lot of boat traffic through here so
This is a spot directly behind the swim beach area. At around 30-35 feet you will see rock formations that Catfish will typically be hiding under. Visibility is usually pretty good here since it is so close to the Dam. Around October and November the visibility is 25ft+ at times!
This was a great dive because there was plenty to look at! Plenty of fallen trees, rock structures, fish, and even a mailbox with a surprise inside!
Visibility wasn’t great when I went but we saw quite a few small bass. Around the brush there were rocks but the deeper you went out towards the center of the lake it turned to mostly silt and visibility decreased.At these coordinates there should be a Mossback Fish Habitat that the US Army Corps of Engineers put out, but we were unable to find it on this
So far this dive is one of my more favorite dives. It is next to a cliff and has quite a few trees and rock structures to look at and under. There is a little passage way you can swim through (or dive) that will bring you into an area (see picture) where you will find a ladder up to the houses above.There were not many fish that we could shoot but it just
Visibility is better on this end of the lake but this particular spot I would not recommend diving during the summer due to the amount of people jumping off the cliffs and swimming in the area.We did a dive here during the off season and man is there a lot of trash. We didn’t find anything worth while but we did find a dryer, shoes, a pen, beer cans, and
Panther Valley Point is back in a channel that is past the Ski Channel spot. At the time we went the visibility was pretty horrible but we did see quite a bit of marine life (too small to shoot though). There was plenty of trees down and had mostly a rocky bottom.I think this would be a good spot to keep checking back on when the visiblity improves.
Lookout Mansion Point is located in the back of the large house pointing towards the Dam. The bottom was mostly rocks which helped with visibility and we also found a couple fish habitats which helped us to see as many fish as we did. A lot of the rocks has a large overhang that you go under which is pretty cool (be careful!)I would highly recommend this
Located just three miles west of Heber Springs off Highway 110 West and Park Drive, Heber Springs Marina is your perfect headquarters for boating fun on Greers Ferry Lake. Offering top line rental boats, yearly or nightly slip rental, marina store and scuba center, Heber Springs Marina has it all.
We started here and followed the shore to the west towards the dock. The dock didn’t look like it has been used but I could be wrong. Luckily it was a quite day and we ended up going under the dock where we found a lot of small fish hanging out. The bottom was mostly silt but there were boulders scattered around. Towards the bank there were a lot of smaller
We started here and went south around the corner. There were a lot of trees that have been cut down, branches, and a lot of big boulders which made this dive pretty exciting. Visibility wasn’t great when we went and I imagine it won’t ever be that good except during the winter when boats get off the lake.You technically could do a shore dive by going to the
To get to this site, you’ll need to launch your boat from the Devil’s Fork boat launch just to the West
of the Edgemont bridge. I started diving directly under the Edgemont bridge and went East. There is a gradual slope that allows you to easily go down to at least 40 feet. I didn’t go deeper than that, as it was a bit murky. There are several
This is a dive near Goodin Hollow. While it probably is possible to get to by going to the end of Old Brewer Rd S, we arrived by boat and don't know what all it would take.Inside the channel there is mostly silt, broken trees, and we didn't see much fish until we went around the corner. Once around the corner we found a lot of rocks, rocks with overhangs,
We found the cabin cruiser at about 37ft when we dove in this spot. This was fun seeing this in Greers Ferry Lake and I wish there were more boats under water there!Inside the cabin cruiser we found a catfish, bass, and a ton of bait fish!You can find a rope that goes down to the boat at about 10ft right in front of the brown house that is to the right of
This was a great dive other than almost hitting this plastic object barely below the surface! We found hundreds of small fish, Drum, and even a turtle shell! Visibility was great in this area and this plastic object was fun to look at under water. This area had a lot of rocks if you head around the corner looking north but if you go around the corner towards