Dierks Lake Vacation and Resort Properties
Dierks Lake is formed by Dierks Dam on the Saline River in Sevier County, Arkansas and is used for flood control, drinking water, recreation and fish and wildlife protection purposes. Construction was completed in 1975. At normal levels it has a surface area of 2.1 square miles. It is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake property.
Dierks Lake is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Project on the Saline River in Arkansas. Overnight accommodations, food, bait, and tackle are available in the area. The town of Dierks is 5 miles away. Dierks is known for its bass and crapie fishing. Visitors enjoy boating, swimming, and skiing on the lake.
At Dierks Lake, visitors are afforded many opportunities for an enjoyable outdoor recreation experience. Overnight accommodations, food, bait, tackle, etc. are available in the area. Visitors might want to take a day trip to some of the many local interesting sites including Hot Springs National Park and the Diamond Mines at Murfreesboro, Ark.
Facilities at Dierks Lake
- The Blue Ridge Park area has a electric campsites with dump station, boat ramp and beach.
- The Horseshoe Bend area has non-electric campsites, group picnic shelter, playground and beach. Reservations
- The Jefferson Ridge area has electric, non-electric, pullthrough, group campsites with dump station, boat ramp, marina, playground and beach. Reservations
- The Jefferson Ridge South area has a boat ramp.
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