Buffalo National River Kyle's Landing Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBuffalo National River Kyle's Landing Campground Ponca
This is a nice campground with flush toilets. It is a tent only campground at the road down to Kyle's is very steep and dirt. The camp spaces are nice and level and with the river next to it, makes for scenic place to spend the night.
The put in is pretty nice with enough room to set up the raft at water's edge.
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Travel Blogs from Ponca
Spring 2015 has been a very wet one. We have had flooding, high river levels, and jungle like foliage. I think sometimes I have been transplanted to the rain forest.
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Buffalo Outdoor Center
Info about renting canoes since the Ponca to Pruitt area is supposed to be the best part of the Buffalo River to Canoe. The trip was from Steel Creek to Kyles Landing. Both ...
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Visitor Center for brochures, self-guiding map of historic downtown, which isn't much.
Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Cafe
great breads milled and baked here. Loaf of Sour Cream Pecan ...
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Day 11: 18 miles
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