Listed here are interactive maps covering different sections of the Salt Fork. They are separated by major put-ins.
Here is a mile-by-mile guide to the Salt Fork River. The guide starts at the uppermost part of the river generally deemed to be scenic. Unfortunately, upriver from this point the river is dredged out and barren.
Bridges, landmarks, and other points of interest are listed, along with their milage. Also, ratings are given for access sites and parking. When we refer to left or right, that is facing downriver.
Remember that the river is surrounded by private property. Some people are nice, some are hostile. At some bridges, homeowners around will either call the police on you or have your vehicle towed, so this is noted. Always stay as close to the bridges as possible, and respect "no trespassing" signs. There is no public camping along the Salt Fork, so do so at your own risk of retribution from the landowners.
There is lots of hunting activity during deer season, we recommend staying off the water during shotgun season (the weeks before and after Thanksgiving).
Parking is plentiful beneath billboard, must descend a steep road to access.
Caution, vehicles have been towed while parked at this location. Be sure to park off the road.
Parking and access are great at this put-in. Access is best on right side of river. Park along side of road away from houses.