Rockhouse 40.4mi

Class Rating

I – II

Length to next put in/take out


Time to next put in/take out

4 hours

USGS Gage to watch:

King River near Berryville

Current Gage Level

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Gage Level and condition of float

  • Minimum level: 3.2 feet
  • Optimal level:
  • Maximum level:

Best times of year:

October – June

Camping Facilities:

No campsites but camping on banks permitted. There is also a Campground, called Madison County Camping areas located on the West side of the river between Alabam and Rockhouse.

Small description of float:

Rockhouse has an easy public access with a gravel road most of the way. This access point is just off CR539 near Rockhouse Creek. This is a very popular float and a great day float. You will most likely not be alone on this stretch of the river. Half way through this float, you end up surrounded by by the Nature Conservancy land. The Nature Conservancy’s purpose in acquiring the preserve, which spans some 10.5 miles on both sides of the Kings River, was to help maintain the health of and water quality in the Kings River. The take out point is Private at Trigger Gap (Mountain Pass) area. You may need to pay a fee to park your car and use the take out from Kings River Outfitters.

Directions from Cathouse Arkansas :

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