List of Arkansas state parks

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There are 52 State Parks in the U.S. state of Arkansas, as of 2019. [1] The state parks division of the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism (ADPT) is the governing body and operator of all parks, although jurisdiction is shared with other state agencies in a few cases.

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The first Arkansas state park, Petit Jean State Park, opened in 1923 following an unsuccessful attempt by a lumber company to donate the Seven Hollows and canyon areas to the federal government as a National Park. [2] Stephen Mather deemed the parcel too small in 1921, but the Arkansas General Assembly passed Act 276, allowing the Commissioner of State Lands to accept donations of land for public use.

The list gives an overview of Arkansas state parks and a brief history of their development since the first park opened in 1923. State parks range in size from 1 acre (0.40 ha) to 11,744 acres (4,753 ha).

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Arkansas State Parks

Current parks

Current Arkansas state parks
Park nameCounty or countiesSizeYear EstablishedWater Body(s)RemarksImage
Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources Union 19 acres
(8 ha)
1986NoneMuseum preserving and interpreting the history of oil and bromine mining in Arkansas
Arkansas Post Museum Arkansas 8 acres (3.2 ha)1997NoneMuseum dedicated to the history of Arkansas Post, Arkansas's territorial capital until 1821. Located on the grounds of the Arkansas Post National Memorial (National Park Service)
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Bull Shoals-White River State Park Baxter, Marion 732 acres (296 ha)1955 Bull Shoals Lake Trout fishing destination above and below Bull Shoals Dam with over 100 campsites
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Cane Creek State Park Lincoln 2,053 acres (831 ha)1992 Cane Creek Lake Wooded lake along Bayou Bartholomew including a hiking trail and camping
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Conway Cemetery State Park Lafayette 11.5 acres (5 ha)1986NoneHistorical state park with no recreational services located on James Sevier Conway's (the first governor of Arkansas) former cotton plantation
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Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area Howard, Polk 5,230 acres (2145 ha)1988 Cossatot River Class III, IV, and V whitewater rafting river listed on the National Park Service's National Wild and Scenic Rivers System
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Crater of Diamonds State Park Pike 911 acres (369 ha)1972NoneWorld's only diamond-bearing site accessible to the public
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Crowley's Ridge State Park Greene 291 acres (118 ha)1937 Lake Ponder Park built on the homestead of Benjamin Crowley, dedicated to the culture and history of the Crowley's Ridge region. Includes many structures built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps and spring-fed Lake Ponder
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Daisy State Park Pike 276 acres (112 ha)1955 Lake Greeson Park nestled within the Ouachita Mountains on Lake Greeson near the Ouachita National Forest. Popular for camping, water sports, and fishing
Davidsonville Historic State Park Randolph 163 acres (66 ha)1957 Black River Historic state park preserving the abandoned frontier river town of Davidsonville. Interpretive tours and signs guide visitors through the historic community bypassed by the Southwest Trail in the 1820s. Fishing is available along three nearby rivers, with 49 campsites
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DeGray Lake Resort State Park Clark, Hot Spring 984 acres (398 ha)1974 DeGray Lake Resort state park with championship rated golf course, 94 room lodge, and over 100 campsites
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Delta Heritage Trail State Park Arkansas, Desha, Phillips 960 acres (390 ha)2002None Rails to trails conversion of former railroad bed through Arkansas Delta lowlands, currently 14 miles (23 km), planned to be 73 miles (117 km)
Devil's Den State Park Washington 2,500 acres (1000 ha)1933 Lee Creek Civilian Conservation Corps-built park in the Ozarks with lake, caves, swimming pool and several trails. Includes over 100 campsites, including cabins
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Hampson Archeological Museum State Park Mississippi 5 acres (2 ha)1961NoneMuseum displaying archeological artifacts from the Nodena Site, an aboriginal village of the Nodena people dated 1400-1650 CE, and bones from the Island 35 Mastodon
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Herman Davis State Park Mississippi 1 acre (0.4 ha)1953NonePark surrounding a grave and memorial to Herman Davis, a U.S. sniper during World War I
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Historic Washington State Park Hempstead 101 acres (41 ha)1973NoneFifty-three buildings that preserve and interpret the architectural, cultural, and political history of a historic nineteenth century town.
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Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area Benton, Carroll, Madison 12,056 acres (4879 ha)1979 Beaver Lake Large park in the Boston Mountains along Beaver Lake featuring trails, camping, and a shooting range.
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Jacksonport State Park Jackson 164.7 acres (66.7 ha)1965 Black River and White River Park containing the 1872 Jacksonport courthouse, preserving the culture and history of a former steamboat river town
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Jenkins' Ferry Battleground State Park Grant 40 acres (16.2 ha)1961 Saline River One of three battleground sites from the Camden Expedition of the Civil War. Water recreation available on the Saline River
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Lake Catherine State Park Garland, Hot Spring 2,180 acres (882.2 ha)1935 Lake Catherine Civilian Conservation Corps park created along the lake, resulting in a well-preserved natural shoreline. Park features cabins, campsites, nature programs, marina, hiking trails, and a sand beach swimming area
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Lake Charles State Park Lawrence 140 acres (57 ha)1967 Lake Charles Lake is maintained and stocked with fish by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission; also features camping, hiking, boat ramps and an interpretative nature center
Lake Chicot State Park Chicot 211.6 acres (85.6 ha)1957 Lake Chicot Largest oxbow lake in the United States; formerly the main channel of the Mississippi River. Park is located within a pecan grove within a bayou environment, offering 122 campsites, 14 cabins, swimming pool, boat shop/marina and interpretative visitor center.
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Lake Dardanelle State Park Pope 246 acres (99.6 ha)1966 Lake Dardanelle Two sites (Russellville and Dardanelle), including 74 campsites, boating, visitor center, and aquarium. Popular for bass fishing, including hosting many major tournaments.
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Lake Fort Smith State Park Crawford 260 acres (105.2 ha)1967 Lake Fort Smith Large lake in the Ozarks offering 30 campsites, 10 cabins, a marina, swimming pool and visitor center
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Lake Frierson State Park Greene 114 acres (46.1 ha)1975Lake FriersonReservoir built along Crowley's Ridge known for fishing. Features seven campsites, trails, boat ramp and visitor center
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Lake Ouachita State Park Garland 360 acres (145.7 ha)1955 Lake Ouachita Built surrounding a reservoir, the park features a marina, trails, restaurant, eagle tours, and interpretative information on three historic springs in the park vicinity
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Lake Poinsett State Park Poinsett 132 acres (53.4 ha)1963Lake PoinsettPopular with fishing enthusiasts, the park offers 29 campsites, trails and interpretative programs
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Logoly State Park Columbia 368 acres (148.9 ha)1974NoneEnvironmental education park containing mature oak-hickory forests, mineral springs and endangered species
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Louisiana Purchase State Park Lee, Monroe, Phillips 37.5 acres (15.2 ha)1961NoneBoardwalk through a headwater swamp leading to a monument dedicating the point of beginning of all surveys of the Louisiana Purchase, which allowed for the westward development and expansion of the United States
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Lower White River Museum State Park Prairie 0.4 acres (0.2 ha)1975 White River Museum dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of culture, commerce and history along the White River in Arkansas
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Mammoth Spring State Park Fulton 623.5 acres (25 ha)1957 Mammoth Spring Park surrounding the large natural spring, offering fishing, boating and hiking, an Arkansas welcome center and museum
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Marks' Mills Battleground State Park Cleveland 6.2 acres (2.5 ha)1961NonePark commemorating Civil War battle, including exhibits and park area. Also a Red River Campaign National Historic Landmark.
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Millwood State Park Little River 824 acres (333 ha)1976 Millwood Lake Forested area surrounding large lake known for bass fishing, bird watching, hiking and camping.
Mississippi River State Park Lee, Phillips 536 acres (217 ha)2009 Mississippi River Newest state park created within the St. Francis National Forest. Park currently includes campground at Bear Creek Lake and birding trail.
Moro Bay State Park Bradley 117 acres (47 ha)1972 Ouachita River Park at the convergence of Raymond Lake, Moro Bay, and the Ouachita River with visitor center. Popular destination for fishing, water sports, hiking trails and camping.
Mount Magazine State Park Logan 2,234 acres (904 ha)1983NoneThe park contains Mossback Ridge, including the peak of Mount Magazine, Arkansas's highest point. Park also contains The Lodge at Mount Magazine, cabins, trails, and a hang gliding area.
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Mount Nebo State Park Yell 2,984 acres (1208 ha)1928NoneOne of three mountain state parks in the Arkansas River Valley, includes historic cabins, 14 miles (23 km) of hiking trails, and popular hang-gliding launch points.
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Ozark Folk Center State Park Stone 637 acres (258 ha)1973NoneLocated near Mountain View, Arkansas, it preserves the music, culture, and traditions of the Ozark Mountains. Hosts special concerts and regular folk music performances.
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Parkin Archeological State Park Cross 107 acres (43 ha)1994None
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Petit Jean State Park Conway 3,471 acres (1405 ha)1923NoneSituated atop Petit Jean Mountain in the Arkansas River Valley, offers trails, creeks, and geology throughout the forested mountains
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Pinnacle Mountain State Park Pulaski 2,069 acres (837 ha)1973NoneRocky Pinnacle Mountain emerges where the flat Arkansas Delta intersects the Ouachita Mountains
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Plantation Agriculture Museum Lonoke 14.5 acres (5.9 ha)1985NoneFormer general store serving a community of cotton farmers operating as a museum including over 10,000 artifacts. Grounds also contain farm machinery used on cotton plantations.
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Poison Springs Battleground State Park Ouachita 85 acres (34 ha)1961NonePreserves and commemorates the Battle of Poison Spring in the American Civil War, which was part of the 1864 Camden Expedition
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Powhatan Historic State Park Lawrence 9.1 acres (3.7 ha)1970 Black River Preserves a small nineteenth-century river port town on the Black River
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Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park Washington 840 acres (340 ha)1957NonePreserves and commemorates the Battle of Prairie Grove in the American Civil War. Park includes a museum, gift shop, and several historic structures from the period relocated to the site around a walking trail.
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Queen Wilhelmina State Park Polk 460 acres (190 ha)1957NoneLodge atop Rich Mountain offers 38 guest rooms and is surrounded by forested slopes with creeks, trails, and mountain vistas. Located along the Talimena Scenic Drive.
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South Arkansas Arboretum Union 13 acres (5.3 ha)1991None Arboretum and botanical garden owned by South Arkansas Community College with plants native to the Western Gulf Coastal Plain region.
Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park Lonoke 185 acres (75 ha)1975None
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Village Creek State Park Cross, St. Francis 6,909 acres (2,796 ha)1972Lakes Austell and DunnLarge park in the eastern part of the state. Rises along Crowley's Ridge from the surrounding Arkansas Delta, includes lakes, twenty-seven-hole golf course, camping, and hiking. One trail follows the 1820s Memphis to Little Rock Road.
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White Oak Lake State Park Ouachita, Nevada 725 acres (293 ha)1961White Oak LakeLake in the woods on the border between Bottomland hardwood forest and loblolly pine forest with diverse wildlife. Camping, boating, fishing, and hiking are popular around the lake. Interpretative signs about the Red River Campaign in the area during the Civil War.
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Withrow Springs State Park Madison 786 acres (318 ha)1962Withrow Spring
Woolly Hollow State Park Faulkner 370 acres (150 ha)1973None

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References

  1. "Park Finder". Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism . Retrieved March 5, 2017.Note: this list of all 52 parks is the default reference for current individual Arkansas state parks.
  2. "Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism (ADPT)". Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture . Butler Center for Arkansas Studies at Central Arkansas Library System. February 7, 2012.Missing or empty |url= (help)