Off Market Properties

View Available Properties

Lake Greeson


Lake Greeson, Arkansas

Lake Greeson real estate is regarded as a top ten market in Arkansas for lake homes and lake lots.

Page 1 of 1
Sort By:
  • 134Mi. of Shoreline
  • 39Avg. Depth
  • Shoreline Borders
    State Park (Some)
  • Year Built
  • Managed By US Army Corps of Engineers
  • Ownership
  • Acreage
  • Water Level
    Full Pool Year Round
(870) 398-4434
328 Kirby Landing Rd
Kirby, AR 71950
(870) 398-5000
4192 US-70
Kirby , AR 71950
(870) 285-2272
205 Dynamite Hill Rd
Murfreesboro, AR 71958
Golf Courses
(501) 865-5830
2027 State Park Maintenance Rd
Bismarck , AR 71929
(870) 356-4422
584 US-70
Glenwood , AR 71943
Nashville Country Club
(870) 845-9992
283 Country Club Rd
Nashville , AR 71852
(870) 867-2101
Nfw 106
Umpire , AR 71971
(501) 624-5912
838 McClendon Rd
Hot Springs , AR 71901
(870) 285-2722
2235 AR-301
Murfreesboro, AR 71958
  • Counties: Pike County
  • Fish: Black Crappie, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, White Crappie
  • Interesting facts: Named after and activist Lake is divided into 3 sections
  • Known for: electricity
  • History: Martin White Greeson who was born on November 7, 1866 was the main developer of Lake Greeson. Lake Greeson was basically made to prevent flooding of the Little Missouri River.
  • Landmarks: The Cinnabar Mine Trail
(870) 845-4400
130 Medical Cir
Nashville, AR 71852
South Arkansas Regional Airport
418 Airport Dr, El Dorado, AR 71730
110 miles away
Memorial Field Airport
525 Airport Rd, Hot Springs, AR 71913
45 miles away
About Lake Greeson
Greeson the Great

Lake Greeson is a man-made reservoir in Pike County, Arkansas that is fed by the Little Missouri River.

Located around two hours southwest of Little Rock, the lake is one of the oldest reservoirs in the state.

Lake Greeson History

Martin White Greeson (1866-1949), an attorney and civil rights activist, advocated for a dam on the Little Missouri river to aid flood control and economic development. Although he did not live to see his dream become reality, the dam was constructed not long after his death. Water flow from the dam resulted in a reservoir to be named in his honor, Lake Greeson.

Created in 1950 by the Narrows Dam, Lake Greeson is divided into three layers with a distinct purpose. The bottom layer is kept full to maintain pressure to re-ensure the lake is generating electricity. the middle layer stores the power and the top layer is for flood storage.

Activities on the Lake

Lake Greeson is far more than an electrical powerhouse. It is a recreational go-to for outdoorsman as well.

With a vast variety of fish such as angler fish, bass, stripers, crappie and bluegill, the lake provides a supreme fishing experience.

Families enjoy visiting the Daisy State Park, which provides means for camping, picnicking, hiking, biking and more!

The Cinnabar Mine Trail is a nature trail that leads to an abandoned cinnabar mine that was abandoned upon the creation of the lake. For a small fee, treasure seekers and adventurers can search for treasures.

Lake Greeson is a truly mountainous joy with much to be explored.

Life on Lake Greeson

Lake Greeson real estate is regarded as a top ten market in Arkansas for lake homes and lake lots.