Magnolia, Arkansas, is home to good people who have discovered the difference of living in a community who values family and quality of life. A good community requires quality water. We are committed to providing the best water you will find.
Our water is constantly monitored to meet or exceed EPA and FDA regulations. We have multiple water sources and treatment facilities and a team of water quality technicians to make sure quality water reaches your tap.
One of our water sources for Magnolia Water is the beautiful Lake Columbia. Lake Columbia is a 3,000-acre impoundment stretching for six miles along Beech Creek about six miles northwest of Magnolia in south central Arkansas. It was constructed in 1986 by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Flooded timber covers about half the lake.
Columbia Lake is divided into four zones with one of the zones inaccessible to unauthorized visitors. Half of the lake is open for pleasure boating and water skiing, while three quarters of the Columbia Lake is accessible to anglers who will enjoy fishing in the timber flooded parts of the lake for largemouth bass, crappie, channel catfish, red ear sunfish, and bluegill.
The area surrounding Columbia Lake has a rich history and some fascinating sites to visit.