Crowley's Ridge Parkway

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Crowley's Ridge Parkway

Arkansas

(870) 910-8080

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Things To Do

     

Overview

Take a drive along Crowley's Ridge Parkway, a 212-mile scenic byway with dramatic views along the hills and ridges where wildflowers proliferate throughout spring, summer, and fall. Travel through natural and historical sites such as Chalk Bluff Battlefield Park, a Civil War battle site, the grave of Billy DeMint, the Parkin Archeological site, and the St. Francis National Forest.

The several state parks along the route offer visitors a variety of outdoor adventures. Village Creek, Lake Frierson, Crowley's Ridge and Lake Poinsett State Parks, all in Arkansas, offer a variety of recreational features including shaded campgrounds, boat rentals, and acres of water to fish at their beautiful lakes. Catch a bucket full of bass, bream or catfish, and fry up a feast before you camp underneath the boughs of tall shade trees. Near the northern end of the byway in Missouri, admire more of the plant life of Crowley's Ridge on the hiking and biking paths of Jim Morris State Park.

Map of Crowley`s Ridge Parkway

Latitude, Longitude: 36.381970, -90.187470

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Activities

  • Auto/Motorcycle

    The 212-mile scenic byway takes travelers through northeastern Arkansas and into Missouri, with numerous sites along the way, including state parks, Civil War battlefields, and historic Native American sites.

  • Camping

    Camping is available at the several state parks along the route.

  • Historic Sites

    Sites along the route include the Civil War battlefield at Chalk Bluff and the historic Native American village at Parkin Archeological State Park.

Phone Numbers

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(870) 910-8080

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