Thirty-one Arkansas state parks provide campgrounds. Campsite choices range from primitive hike-in tent sites to those with water, electric and sewer hookups. Located throughout the state, the parks showcase the diversity of Arkansas’s geography and scenery. Campsites are available by reservation or on a first come basis. Reservations can be made in person and by telephone at each park, or booked online at www.ArkansasStateParks.com. A non-refundable reservation fee is required to confirm campsite reservation. A nightly fee is charged per site. It is necessary to register at the park visitor center before occupying a campsite. Pets are allowed in campgrounds but must remain on leash.
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18 RV/Tent with W/E; 8 Tent
Cabins, visitor center with gift shop, interpretive programs, amphitheater, historic structures, group lodging facility, restrooms, hot showers, dump station, picnic sites, pavilions, hiking trails, snack bar, swimming area, fishing boat, kayak and pedal boat rentals (electric motors only on fishing lake), barrier free fishing pier and trail, playground.
Atop the unique landform of forested hills in eastern Arkansas called Crowley’s Ridge, this park offers a swimming lake, fishing lake and hiking trails.
My family has been visiting this park all my life. I even have pictures of my parents visiting the park when they were dating. My children love the park. There's something for everyone - fishing, swimming, hiking, picnics, etc. We have began to have our family reunions there. Family members from out of state even asked if we can meet at Crowley's Ridge state park next year. My niece recently chose this park as the venue to have her senior pictures made due to the beautiful scenery.