Lake Conway is approximately 6,700-acres, and is the largest man-made game and fish commission
lake in the Arkansas. The lake's source is from the runoff of Stone Dam Creek, Gold Creek, Palarm Creek,
Little Cypress Creek and Panther Creek. Its average depth is six feet, with a
maximum depth of 18 feet. The lake is approximately eight miles long with 52
miles of shoreline.
Fishing: Known as an excellent fishing lake, Conway is stocked with bass,
catfish, bream and crappie. Several free public launch areas are maintained by
the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission; boat rentals are available at several
commercial docks on the lake. Adams', Brannon's, Bream's Nest, Gold Creek,
Highway, Lawrence, Martin's Northshore, Palarm Creek, Paradise, Pierce Creek and
Sevier's are the landings with boat ramps.
Access: The main access to Lake Conway is from Interstate 40 via Exit 135 at Mayflower.
This exit offers access by way of Ark. 89 and Clinton Road to docks east of the
lake. The northern end of the lake can be reached by gravel roads branching off