THE GREAT OUTDOORS IN PINE BLUFF, AR
Known as the longest bayou in the world, Bayou Bartholomew meanders roughly 364 miles between Arkansas and Louisiana. Lined with majestic cypress and tupelo swamps, inhabited by alligators, turtles and frogs, visited by wintering waterfowl, and containing over 117 species of fishes, Bartholomew is the second most diverse stream in North America. Snag bream, crappie, and catfish here. Or launch your kayak or canoe on the ultimate lazy river at the Dr. Curtis Merrill Access.