Most People Have No Idea There’s An Underwater Ghost Town Hiding Here In Arkansas
From 1901 to the mid-1930s, Monte Ne was a planned community featuring a resort. Today, well, it’s a pretty good place to go fishing. The man who was in charge of Monte Ne, former Liberty Party presidential candidate William Hope “Coin” Harvey, apparently wasn’t great at managing coins. The project went bankrupt and was sold off in lots. Many of the structures still standing were flooded when the White River was dammed to create Beaver Lake in 1964. Today, Monte Ne is an incredibly intriguing underwater town in Arkansas. The Beaver Lake underwater town is sure to fascinate you and your crew!
Check out this video for some cool drone footage of Oklahoma Row and the lake that surrounds it:
Did you know about this Beaver Lake underwater town in Arkansas? Interestingly enough, it’s not the only ghost town in the Natural State. For other forsaken towns in the state, check out this list of Arkansas ghost towns.
And if you are looking for more reasons why everyone should visit Beaver Lake in Arkansas, allow us to convince you!
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What's the most famous ghost town in Arkansas?
The ghost towns in Arkansas are creepy little locales where time stands still, and ghost hunters come and search for remnants from another time ... including spirits who might still be lurking about! Some of the state's well-known ghost towns include:
What are some other abandoned places in Arkansas?
Does it get any creepier than an abandoned asylum? We sure don't think so! Historical and haunting, the Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium resides just outside of Booneville. The buildings are towering reminders of the death and disease that reigned the nation not too long ago.