Smoke Hole Natural Area

Smoke Hole Natural Area

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Smoke Hole Natural Area Info

 County: Lonoke, Prairie
 Division: Mississippi Alluvial Plain
 Acres: 455
 Year Added: 1976

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Smoke Hole Natural Area, located in the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, contains a mature water tupelo swamp surrounded by forests consisting of a diverse mix of upland and bottomland hardwood tree species. Some tupelo trees within the swamp are up to 60 inches in diameter. The natural area encompasses approximately 3 miles of Two Prairie Bayou, which is a tributary to Bayou Meto. The channel of Two Prairie Bayou is braided throughout the area creating an ill-defined network of channels.

Directions

From Carlisle, travel 9 miles south on State Highway 13. Turn left onto a county road and continue for 5 miles to the end of road. Park on side of road next to gate and walk east approximately 0.4 mile to the natural area. Caution: public access may be restricted from time to time by a neighboring landowner's locked gate. (Directions via Google)

Hunting

Please contact us at 501-324-9619 or [email protected] for more information about hunting on this natural area.

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