Daisy State Park

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Daisy State Park

Arkansas

(870) 398-4487

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Overview

In this scenic setting in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains, Lake Greeson, the Little Missouri River, and Daisy State Park make a winning combination for outdoor enthusiasts. Lake Greeson, 7,000 acres of clear water and mountain scenery, delights water enthusiasts. Catches of black and white bass, stripers, crappie, catfish, and bluegill account for its popularity with anglers.

The Little Missouri joins four other popular float streams that offer challenging spring and early summer trout fishing.

Situated on Lake Greeson's shore, Daisy State Park is the perfect camp for enjoying this area's many outdoor recreational opportunities. Park facilities include 103 campsites (26 Class A, 56 Class B, and 21 Tent sites); picnic areas, a standard pavilion (screened) with restrooms, boat launch ramps, hiking trails, a playground, and a motorcycle/mountain bike/ATV trail.

Map of Daisy (AR)

Latitude, Longitude: 34.233704, -93.742336

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Activities

  • Boating

    With its 7,000 acres of clear water and mountain scenery, Lake Greeson offers plenty of boating opportunities. Two boat ramps are available to visitors for easy access to the lake.

  • Bicycling

    The 13-mile Bear Creek Motorcycle Trail on Lake Greeson is open to mountain bikers, ATVs, and motorcycles. The trail follows the shoreline of Lake Greeson and offers panoramic views of the lake and the Ouachita Mountain Range. The 13 miles crosses rocky outlays through a mix of pine and oak forest.

  • Camping

    Open year-round, Daisy State Park offers a variety of experiences. For visitors needing water and electrical hook-ups, 82 campsites with asphalt-surfaced pads are available including 26 campsites with 50 amp and water, and 56 with 30 amp and water. The park also offers 21 tent sites (no hookups), 10 of which are for hike-in camping. All campsites have tables and grills. There are seven clean, modern bathhouses and a sanitary dump station.

  • Fishing

    Anglers on Lake Greeson catch stripers, black bass, crappie, bream, catfish, white bass, and smallmouth. This deep lake is also stocked with northern pike and walleye. The river above and below the lake is stocked with rainbow trout for winter and spring trout fishing.

  • Hiking

    The Daisy Creek Trail begins in a heavily wooded area and meanders along Daisy Creek and Lake Greeson. The trail offers wildlife viewing opportunities including waterfowl, small mammals, owls, and other local wildlife. It is an easy walk, at around three-quarters of a mile in length.

  • Picnicking

    Scattered among the pines and hardwoods, the shaded picnic sites at Daisy are equipped with tables and grills for cookout fun at no charge. A large, enclosed pavilion with restroom is available for rent.

  • RVing

    For visitors needing water and electrical hook-ups, 82 campsites with asphalt-surfaced pads are available including 26 campsites with 50 amp and water, and 56 with 30 amp and water. All campsites have tables and grills. There are seven clean, modern bathhouses and a sanitary dump station. The park is open year-round.

Directions

Driving

Daisy State Park is located 1/4 mile south of Daisy off U.S. 70.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(870) 398-4487

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