Completed in 1968, Lake Avalon was the first lake established in Bella Vista. Perfect for paddle boarders, kayakers and kayak or bank fishing, this roughly one-half acre lake is designated a no wake lake, perfect for slower pace activities.
Lake Avalon has one of the two largest fish populations in Bella Vista, seconded only by Lake Windsor. Healthy populations of sunfish species inhabit the lake, including large bluegill, redear sunfish, green sunfish and warmouth sunfish. It’s the perfect lake for casual fishing or for the kids. Lake Avalon offers three fishing piers, a boat ramp for easy access and plenty of amenities.