Petit Jean State Park is Arkansas's first state park. It has amazing views and woodlands with streams, wildflowers, and a waterfall called Cedar Falls. The visitor center showcases the park's history and natural resources. Visitors can buy souvenirs, books, food and snacks from the gift shops.
Visit this museum and experience a unique part of Arkansas' automotive heritage. You can find in here the only Climber automobiles known to exist, and other vehicles which date back before 1950.
A good place for hiking and camping in the state of Arkansas is Mount Nebo State Park. It offers many campsites, fully-equipped cabins with kitchens, sports facilities, playgrounds, and picnic areas. Interpretive programs show Mount Nebo's history and natural resources.
Pinnacle Mountain is known for its popular hiking trails and panoramic views. Those seeking an adventurous experience can hike one or more trails, varying from one to five miles. Pinnacle Mountain State Park is dedicated to environmental education.
11901 Pinnacle Valley Road, Roland
, AR 72135
Lake Dardanelle has two lakeside areas which is more like two parks. The main park is in Russelville where the visitor center is and the other is in Dardanelle. Both parks offer camping, hiking, and picnic facilities. Lake Dardanelle State Park is known for its thriving fishery.
The park is snuggled peacefully at the foothills of Ozark Mountains and includes 40-acre Lake Bennett. Visitors can go fishing, floating, and swimming at the park's beach, and have a blast at the picnic area, the gift shop, and the hiking trail.
The 1000-acre Two Rivers Park is located where the Arkansas and Little Maumelle Rivers meet. The park contains more than 300 garden spots that can be rented by gardeners, and hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails.
The Big Dam Bridge connects 15 miles of trails, as well as several counties and state parks. It has 4,226 linear feet.
Covering 1,700 acres, Burns Park is one of the largest in the state. On its grounds can be found a pre-Civil War log cabin, a covered bridge with a fishing pier, hiking and equestrian trails, and plenty of sport fields, camping sites and playgrounds.
Spread across 33 acres, the Riverfront Park has 2 bridges, 1 amphitheatre, plenty of trails, a splash park, as well as other amenities.
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