Public access is available at one boat access area within the bounds of Lake Beaverfork Park on the west end of the lake and one public fishing pier on the northwest end of the lake. Due to the high cost of boating access for nonresidents of Faulkner County, fishing pressure consists primarily of local anglers.
- Area Specific Regulations
- Open to fishing with rod or pole only.
The Conway Parks and Recreation Department charges a daily use for boating on Beaverfork Lake.
Crafts propelled by wind, oar, or any other means other than a motor will not be charged during normal operating hours.
- Boat must be present when purchasing permit
- Boat must be registered in the purchaser’s name
- Permit will be placed on boat
Daily Permit (per craft). Valid ID required for purchase.
- Faulkner County Resident $5.00
- Non-Resident $50.00
Annual Boating Permit (Faulkner County Residents Only)
- Regular $50.00
- Golden Age $5.00 (60 years or older)
For more information, visit www.conwayparks.com.
Beaverfork Lake Park is located on 25 acres off of Highway 25 in North Conway. Beaverfork Lake has a swim beach, boat launch ramps, and slip rentals. The park area has several picnic tables with grills. There are also two pavilions at the park. One large pavilion can be rented and one small pavilion can be used at a first come, first serve basis. Located on the north side of the park is a large handicap accessible fishing dock. The park also includes a disc golf course, sand volleyball court, a playground, 3 bathrooms, one lighted baseball field, and three large parking areas.
- Major Sportfish
Bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish, crappie, largemouth bass
- Management Plan
City of Conway