Slippery Hollow Natural Area

Slippery Hollow Natural Area

Slippery Hollow is a 1450 acre natural area is located approximately 1.4 miles north of Lakeway on Highway 14. There is a sign on the right side of the road and a small parking area. There is an adjacent tract owned by the Nature Conservancy. Hunting is allowed in this area, so be careful during hunting season and take proper precautions. For more information, visit the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission website.

You can find other places to visit in the area by using our Virtual Visits page. We list many other places near Yellville for fishing along Crooked Creek, as well as other natural areas and boat ramps on the lake.

The area joins Bull Shoals Lake along the shoreline, and has wooded areas as well as being joined by an adjacent natural area owned by the Nature Conservancy.

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