DeQueen Lake


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Date: 11/4/2018 4:00:00 PM

De Queen is in the Tri Lakes region of Arkansas, close to the Ouachita National Forest and Cossatot River. Area lakes are DeQueen Lake, Dierks Lake and Gillham Lake. Activities in the area include fis

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High bacteria levels close Arkansas swim beaches


Date: 8/21/2018 1:55:00 PM

coli levels. The Blue Ridge and Jefferson Park West swim beach on Dierks Lake, Coon Creek swim beach on Gilliam Lake, Storey Creek swim beach on DeQueen Lake and the Waveland swim beach on Blue Mounta

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Date: 7/18/2018 8:53:00 PM

posted: 05/31/2013 5:07 p.m. As a result of Thursday's storms that swept across the state, six different counties in Arkansas have been declared disaster areas by the office of Governor Mike Beebe. po

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Remains found near DeQueen may be those of missing teen


Date: 7/3/2018 6:20:00 AM

NEAR DEQUEEN, AR (KSLA) - Skeletal remains believed to be those of a Sevier County teen were uncovered in a wooded area near DeQueen Lake Tuesday. Fifteen-year-old Ivonne Ramirez was last seen at her

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Give the gift of habitat to a fish with your Christmas tree


Date: 12/27/2017 8:46:00 AM

Trees can be dropped off at any of the following locations until the end of January: -DeQueen Lake – Any U.S. Army Corps of Engineers boat ramp -Gillham Lake – Any U.S. Army Corps of Engineers boat

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• Surface Area: 1,700 Acres
DeQueen Lake is a small reservoir along the Rolling Fork River in Sevier County, Arkansas. It is 4 miles from DeQueen, Arkansas. The Flood Control Act of 1958 approved the dam's construction. The construction was supervised by the Tulsa District of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. But now the dam is in control of the Little Rock District. Construction on the lake and dam was started in April 1966 and the lake went into operation August 31, 1977. The earthen dam is 160 feet tall and compounds a reservoir with a maximum capacity of 370600 acre-feet. The purposes of DeQueen Lake are flood control, water supply, wildlife conversation, and recreation. There are 3 campgrounds, 6 boat ramps, 3 swimming areas, many picnic areas, and 1 picnic shelter on DeQueen Lake. Fish species in the lake include large mouth bass, small mouth bass, spotted pass, black and white crappie, channel and flathead catfish, and various species of sunfish. Picnicking areas are available at many of the sites on Dequeen Lake. There are many picnicking areas and 1 picnicking shelter. There are 3 swimming areas on DeQueen Lake.
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