miles of dependable year-round navigation from Camden,
Ark., to the Red River.
locks and dams, with lock chambers 84 feet wide by 600
channel is maintained to 9-foot depth and 100-foot width.
Army Corps of Engineers recreation areas along the
Ouachita-Black and its tributaries. Annual visitation:
visitation, to include state, local and private entities:
of Monroe, La., and Malvern, Arkadelphia, Camden and Hot
Springs, Ark., depend on the Ouachita River for their
major industries use the river for raw water supply and
control of effluent releases.
agricultural withdrawal stations for crop irrigation.
& Wildlife Conservation
national wildlife refuges in Arkansas (Felsenthal and
Upper Ouachita) with a combined acreage of 105,500 acres
adjacent to the river.
National Wildlife Refuge, 15,500 acres in Louisiana.