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05-29-2020
3.8 Big whitewater.

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Hours of operation
Open Daily:  9 am - 5 pm
Boat rentals and shuttles for our fleet will begin at 9 am and end at 2 pm
No private shuttles until further notice.

Wolf Pen, Redding Campground, and Shores Lake Campground are closed

Turner Bend COVID-19 Policy
Turner Bend remains open.  Our store hours have been slightly reduced. Check our website daily for specific hours of opening. Store customers will be asked to practice "social distancing", and observe a limit of four customers in the store at any one time.

We are still renting boats.  Be prepared to shuttle the people while we shuttle the boats so bring two vehicles. Online reservation is a must so that we can get staffing on busy days. Sorry no private vehicle shuttles until this threat passes. 

Our campgrounds remain open. Online reservation is required so that we know how many people will be in our campground. Please understand that some phone calls will go unanswered during this time of limited staff. Currently Wolf Pen, Redding Campground and Shores Lake Campground are closed.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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HISTORIC TURNER BEND

-On the Mulberry River, AR-
Turner Bend, where the National Wild and Scenic Mulberry River meets the Pig Trail Scenic Byway. For over one hundred years travelers have stopped at this spot to admire the river, forests and mountains. The Mulberry River is known for excellent whitewater floating with class II rapids flowing deep in the Ozarks. The Pig Trail is a twisting, curving drive through the Ozarks with views from the valley floor to mountain top vistas. Turner Bend was named the 2013 winner of the Arkansas Environmental Stewardship Award. Turner Bend's owner has received the Arkansas Lodestar Award for long term involvement in improving the Arkansas environment
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The Turner Bend Store in Franklin County was named the winner of the 2013 Arkansas Environmental Stewardship Award for its long-term involvement in improving the Arkansas environment.