Bell Slough Wildlife Management Area is a 2,040-acre tract of land located 18 miles north of Little Rock near Mayflower, AR. A slough (pronounced slew) implies an area of slow moving water such as a wetland, swamp, or inlet of a river. This management area offers a 2.25-mile interpretive trail that meanders through various habitat types including a wetland and a forest. Interpretive signs along the trail will help you identify and learn more about the various plant and animal species you will observe. No matter the season, there?s always something new to see at Bell Slough from migratory waterfowl to white-tailed deer to amphibians and reptiles.
Bell Slough State Wildlife Management Area is located near Conway, Jacksonville and Little Rock
If you are interested in visiting Bell Slough, activity guides and curriculum trunks have been designed to assist teachers in educating their students about this natural area. This guide includes activities related to Bell Slough as well as factual information about the flora and fauna of this area.
Please call (800)364-4263 if you are interested in scheduling a field trip to Bell Slough Wildlife Management Area.