Mammoth Spring State Park

The Mammoth Spring State Park, located in Fulton County, Arkansas, spans more than sixty acres of the Ozarks. It contains the state’s largest natural spring – the main attraction that drew settlers and tourists to the area as far back as the late 1800s. Trails and Sights

Lake Poinsett State Park

Lake Poinsett State Park is located among a panorama of rolling hills called Crowley’s Ridge. The 640-acre lake is situated in northeastern Arkansas, and was constructed by the Arkansas Fish and Game Commission in 1960 to provide recreation to outdoor lovers and those who enjoy fishing. Lake Poinsett State Park was established in 1963 and […]

Lake Ouachita State Park

Located in the Ouachita Mountains National Forrest, Lake Ouachita State Park is an Arkansas gem. Along with awesome views of Arkansas’s natural beauty, the 40,000 acre lake and surrounding park area offer a visitors center, restaurant, cabins, campsites, a full service marina, swimming, hiking trails, boat ramps, and interpretive exhibits. Lodging Cabins at Lake Ouachita […]