Arkansas Park List

Greers Ferry Lake

Greers Ferry Dam stands at the foot of beautiful Round Mountain and in the shadow of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Numerous parks offer modern camping and recreational opportunities. Whether you enjoy boating, skiing, fishing, swimming, camping, picnicking, or even scuba diving Greers Ferry Lake has an activity for you. Support ...

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Hampson Archeological Museum State Park

Hampson Archeological Museum State Park in northeast Arkansas exhibits a nationally renowned collection from the Nodena site, a 15-acre palisaded village that once thrived on a meander bend of the Mississippi River in what is today Mississippi County. Hampson Archeological Museum interprets the lifestyles of this farming-based civilization that ...

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Hangar Hill Park

Amenities: Neighborhood Playgrounds, Basketball, ...

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Harley A. Wilson Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Entire Park Rental, Tennis Courts, Restrooms, Playground, Picnic Tables, Pavilions, Benches, Basketball ...

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Harmon Playground

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: ...

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Harry E. Kelley Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Walking Trail, Picnic Tables, Performance Area, Parking, Entire Park ...

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Herman Davis State Park

This one-acre park in Manila surrounds the gravesite of and monument to Private Herman Davis, Arkansas farm boy and war hero. Fourth on General John J. Pershing's list of World War I''s 100 greatest heroes, Private Davis received the Distinguished Service Cross, the Croix de Guere and the Medaulle ...

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Hillcrest Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Tree Map, Playground, Picnic Tables, ...

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Hindman Community Park

Amenities: Golf Course, Disc Golf Course, Pavilion - available for rental, Picnic Areas, Restrooms, Fourche Creek, Canoe Launch Area, Fishing Pond, Fishing Areas, Biking Trails, Jogging Trails, Hiking Trails, Walking Paths, Equestrian Trails, Cliff Area, Basketball Area, Lighted Baseball Field, Playground Area, Tennis Court, Volleyball Area, Horseshoe ...

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Historic Washington State Park

Historic Washington, Arkansas, is a lovely, peaceful tree-shaded town and one of the most amazing historic places in Arkansas that you'll want to experience. Here you will time travel back to the 19th century as you stroll the plank board sidewalks alongside streets that have never been paved, and tour the ...

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Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area

Arkansas's largest state park in land area, Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area (HSPCA) covers 12,056 acres along the southern shores of 28,370-acre Beaver Lake. Twenty-two of the park's 60 miles of border stretch along the shores of Beaver Lake. The park has a variety of trails, promising hikers, mountain bikers, ...

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Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge

During spring and fall migrations as many as fourteen species of ducks and four kinds of geese will stop by Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge for a short visit. During the winter, it is not uncommon for the refuge to host up to 100,000 ducks and geese at once. ...

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Hot Springs National Park

Congress established Hot Springs Reservation on April 20, 1832 to protect hot springs flowing from the southwestern slope of Hot Springs Mountain. This makes it the oldest area currently in the National Park System- 40 years older than Yellowstone National Park. People have used the hot spring water ...

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Interstate Park

Amenities: Softball Field, Basketball, Picnic Tables, ...

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Jacksonport State Park

In the 1800s steamboats made Jacksonport a thriving river port. During the Civil War, the town was occupied by both Confederate and Union forces because of its crucial locale. Jacksonport became county seat in 1854, and constuction of a stately, two-story brick courthouse began in 1869. The town began ...

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Jenkins' Ferry State Park

In the spring of 1864, three Civil War battles took place in south central Arkansas that were part of the Union Army's "Red River Campaign." Arkansas's three state historic parks that commemorate these battles--Poison Spring, Marks' Mills and Jenkins' Ferry--are part of the Red River Campaign National Historic Landmark. Here ...

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Jessieville Visitor Center

Jessieville Visitor Information and Ranger Station is located 20 miles north of Hot Springs on Scenic 7 Byway. The hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekdays year round, except on federal holidays. The information station is staffed by volunteers and Forest Service personnel, ready to assist with ...

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John Paul Hammerschmidt Lake

John Paul Hammerschmidt Lake extends 26 miles along the Arkansas River, about half in Arkansas and half in Oklahoma. The shoreline offers a variety of terrain that includes bottomland hardwood timber banks, steep bluffs, open agricultural fields, and urban developments. Outdoor recreational opportunities exists at four parks. Modern park ...

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Kanis Park

Amenities: Softball Field, Playgrounds, Bike Trails, Jogging Trails, Basketball, Tennis, Picnic Tables, Restrooms, Pavilions (1), Skate ...

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Kiwanis Park

Amenities: Playground, fishing pond, basketball court, picnic ...

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Knoop Park

Amenities: Hiking Trails, Picnic Tables, Scenic ...

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Lake Catherine State Park

Drive slowly along the winding scenic highway down to beautiful Lake Catherine. Catch a fleeting glimpse of graceful white-tailed deer in the forest-clad Ouachita Mountains which dominate the 2,240 acres of this popular lake park. Many outdoor activities are available here, including fishing, water sports, hiking, horseback riding, ...

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Lake Charles State Park

Located in the northeastern foothills of the Arkansas Ozarks is 645 acre Lake Charles. The lake is loaded with bass, crappie, bream and catfish. Five scenic rivers and a 11,200 acre Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Wildlife Management Area are only minutes from the lake. Spread along the western ...

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Lake Chicot State Park

The Mississippi Delta's captivating beauty and recreational opportunities come together at Arkansas's largest natural lake, Lake Chicot. Cut off centuries ago when the Mississippi River changed course, this 20-mile long oxbow lake is a peaceful setting for fishing, boating, and bird watching. Fishing for crappie, bass, and bream is ...

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Lake Dardanelle State Park

Surrounded by the natural beauty for which the Arkansas River Valley is known, Lake Dardanelle is a sprawling 34,300-acre reservoir on the Arkansas River. These two water resources combined here have put this area into the national spotlight as a major bass fishing tournament site. Lake Dardanelle State Park ...

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Lake Fort Smith State Park

Nestled in a scenic valley of the Boston Mountain Range of the Ozark Mountains, this state park offers outdoor adventures including camping, fishing, kayaking, swimming, mountain biking, hiking, and nature study. For backpackers, the park serves as the western terminus of the 165-mile Ozark Highlands National Recreation Trail. Located on ...

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Lake Frierson State Park

Atop the unique landform of rolling hills called Crowley's Ridge, this park on the shore of 335-acre Lake Frierson is a peaceful place to relax and enjoy the year-round fishing for bream, catfish, crappie, and bass. The park's natural beauty is enhanced each spring when the wild dogwood trees ...

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Lake Greeson

Lake Greeson is one of three lakes located in southwest Arkansas within the Ouachita River Basin. The lake is located on the beautiful Little Missouri River in Pike County, Arkansas. Built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers between 1947 and 1950 as part of a flood ...

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Lake Leatherwood Park

Lake Leatherwood Park is a 1600-acre municipal park surrounding an 85 acre spring fed lake. Located off Hwy 62 at the western edge of town, it is a place of natural serenity. The park offers many recreational opportunities, including fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, boating (no wake), cabins and ...

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Lake Ouachita

Nestled in the Ouachita Mountains just 10 miles west of Hot Springs Arkansas, Lake Ouachita provides the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you are looking for quiet relaxation or need a little adventure, Lake Ouachita is the place for you. Built by ...

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