Myatt Creek is a stream in northeastern Fulton County, Arkansas and southeastern Howell County, Missouri. It flows southeasterly for about 20 miles then enters the Spring River near the town of Hardy. It is a fairly shallow stream with few pools over 5 feet deep. The bottom is mostly gravel and sand. The water is clear. It contains good populations of smallmouth and spotted bass, and shadow bass. Most of the smallmouth will be 10- to 12-inches in length but there are 20-inch fish in this creek.
Myatt Creek has the name of a pioneer settler who is said to be buried along its course.