Arkansas Park List

Otter Creek

Amenities: Soccer Fields(4), Playground, Trails, fishing pond, Basketball Courts (2), ...

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Ouachita National Forest

The Ouachita National Forest is located primarily in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Outstanding mountain views coupled with picturesque streams, rivers and lakes provide a unique and highly valued setting for outdoor recreation. The Forest offers high quality, nature-related sightseeing and scenic driving as well as hunting, ...

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Ouachita-Black Rivers (4 L&Ds, Felsenthal Pool

Project has 3 public access points to Ouachita River and Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge with boating, fishing, camping, and day use. Pool extends from H.K. Thatcher Lock & Dam south to the Felsenthal Lock & Dam located 5 mi NE of Huttig, AR on county ...

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Ouachita-Black Rivers (Calion Pool)

The Ouachita-Black Rivers Navigation Project was began in 1902 and is a 337-mile long waterway. The project stretches from central Arkansas to Jonesville, Louisiana where it converges with the Tensas and Little Rivers to form the Black River. In 1924 construction was completed on the system of six locks and ...

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Ouachita-Black Rivers (Felsenthal Pool)

The Ouachita-Black Rivers Navigation Project was began in 1902 and is a 337-mile long waterway. The project stretches from central Arkansas to Jonesville, Louisiana where it converges with the Tensas and Little Rivers to form the Black River. In 1924 construction was completed on the system of six locks and ...

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Overflow National Wildlife Refuge

Located in southeast Arkansas in Ashley County, Overflow National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1980 to protect one of the remaining bottomland hardwood forests considered vital for maintaining mallard, wood duck, and other waterfowl populations in the Mississippi Flyway. This 13,000 acre plus wetland complex consists of seasonally ...

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Ozark Folk Center State Park

"A Wonderful Way To Enjoy Yesterday." The Ozark Folk Center State Park offers an adventure to yesterday's Ozark Mountain way of life that you can see, touch and enjoy today. Arkansas's unique Ozark Folk Center is America's only facility that works at preserving the Ozark heritage and presenting it ...

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Ozark Lake - Ark.Riv.Nav.Sys

Ozark Lake extends 36 miles along the Arkansas River. The shoreline of the lake varies from steep bluffs and tree-lined banks to open farm lands and level fields. Many outdoor activities offer excellent recreational opportunities. The fertile waters of the Arkansas River, which forms Ozark Lake, offers unlimited fishing ...

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Ozark-St. Francis National Forests

The 1.2-million acre Ozark-St. Francis National Forests offer endless opportunities for adventure. As one of America's most scenic and picturesque areas, the Ozark-St. Francis provides a lot of the "natural" in the Natural State of Arkansas. A variety of developed and dispersed recreation opportunities await you on the forests. Hiking, ...

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Pankey Park

Amenities: Playground, Basketball Court, Picnic ...

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Park at West End

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Restrooms, Parking, Concessions, Benches, Amusement ...

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Parkin Archeological State Park

Ever wonder what life was like in a Native American village 500 years ago? Visit the Parkin Archeological site and find out. The 17-acre Parkin site on the St. Francis River was occupied by Native Americans from A.D. 1000 to 1550. Walk along the Village Trail and imagine what ...

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Pea Ridge National Military Park

Pea Ridge National Military Park is a 4,300 acre Civil War Battlefield that preserves the site of the March 1862 battle that saved Missouri for the Union. On March 7 & 8, nearly 26,000 soldiers fought to determine whether Missouri would remain under Union control, and whether or not ...

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Petit Jean State Park

Petit Jean Mountain is a special place - an unforgettable place - named for the legend of Petit Jean, the story of a French girl who disguised herself as a boy and secretly accompanied her sweetheart, an early explorer, to the New World and to this mountain. Petit Jean State ...

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Pettaway Park

Amenities: Playgrounds, Basketball, Picnic ...

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Pine Street Park

Pine Street Park sits on 1 1/2 acres at the corner of Pine and Factory. The park consists of a pavilion, a basketball court, 2 playground areas with a wooden playcenter, 2 crawl tunnels and 2 rocking animals, and 4 park ...

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Pinnacle Mountain State Park

Pinnacle Mountain is a day-use park dedicated to environmental education, recreation, and preservation. Located just west of Little Rock, this natural environment was set aside in 1977 as Arkansas's first state park adjoining a major metropolitan area. Park interpreters and volunteers help visitors and students understand man's relationship to ...

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Plantation Agriculture Museum

In preserving the state's rich heritage of plantation life and cotton agriculture, the Plantation Agriculture Museum offers visitors a glimpse of the past. Exhibits and programs interpret the period from Arkansas's admission to the Union in 1836 through World War II when agricultural practices rapidly became mechanized. Tractors, mechanized ...

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Poison Spring 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. The ...

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Pond Creek National Wildlife Refuge

Geographically positioned in a area where the Central and Mississippi flyways overlap, Pond Creek Refuge provides outstanding habitat for waterfowl. The forested wetlands of the refuge are used by migrating and wintering waterfowl during the fall, winter and spring. Mallards, gadwall, American wigeon and wood ducks are among the ...

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Pool 3 Lock And Dam - Arkansas River

Visitors to Pool 3 Lock and Dam can enjoy camping at Rising Star Park, fishing in the fertile Arkansas River, or hunting in the surrounding forests. Boat launch ramps are available in Trulock Park and Sheppard Island Park. Excellent fishing for catfish are found in the tailwaters of Joe ...

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Pool 4 Lock And Dam - Arkansas River

Fishing is by far the main attraction at the Pool 4 Lock and Dam area. Anglers often have luck with bass, crappie, catfish and bream, fishing either from fancy boats or casting from the riverbanks. Hunting is also a popular activity in this area, with excellent duck hunting along ...

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Pool 5 Lock And Dam - Arkansas River

Fishing is by far the main attraction at the Pool 4 Lock and Dam area. Anglers often have luck with bass, crappie, catfish and bream, fishing either from fancy boats or casting from the riverbanks. Hunting is also a popular activity in this area, with excellent duck hunting along ...

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Powhatan Historic State Park

In the 1800s, this busy river port on the Black River was the chief shipping point for a large territory. In 1888, high on a hill overlooking the busy riverfront, an Italianate-style courthouse was built from bricks made on site. Dramatically, the courthouse was placed high atop the first ...

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Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park

Prairie Grove is recognized nationally as one of America's most intact Civil War battlefields. The park protects the battle site and interprets the Battle of Prairie Grove, where on December 7, 1862, the Confederate Army of the Trans-Mississippi clashed with the Union Army of the Frontier resulting in about ...

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President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site

President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site in Hope, Arkansas, is the 394th park in the National Park System. The 42nd President of the United States spent the first four years of his life in the two and one-half story frame house on Hervey Street in Hope, Arkansas. ...

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Prospect Terrace Park

Amenities: Playgrounds, Basketball,Picnic ...

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Queen Wilhelmina State Park

A spectacular mountaintop setting. Breathtaking panoramic scenery. Royal hospitality. Queen Wilhelmina State Park is this, and more. The park's crowning attraction is a renowned hostelry, a lodging tradition born with the original "Castle in the Sky" that graced this same lofty locale high above the Ouachita Mountains over 100 ...

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Rebsamen Park

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Remmel Park

Amenities: Playground, Boat Launch, Picnic ...

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