Arkansas State Park

Arkansas’s eighth state park, Daisy, is located on 7,000-acre Lake Greeson about 50 miles southwest of Hot Springs. The clean, clear lake makes the park a favorite of campers seeking water sports and fishing. Nearby attractions such as the Little Missouri River, the Ouachita National Forest and Crater of Diamonds State Park make it a …
You and your family will be able to get up close and personal with some of our feathered friends during Pinnacle Mountain State Park’s Birds of Prey program. From 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., licensed wildlife rehabilitator Rodney Paul will explain how injured birds are taken care of and, if possible, released back into the …
Arkansas State Parks are fun to visit year round with their hiking and mountain biking trails, playgrounds, campgrounds, swimming pools and wildlife. In autumn they rise to the occasion with leaves turning gorgeous hues of orange, red, and yellow, and programs that celebrate the harvest season. Here are some upcoming park programs for kids taking …
State parks across the U.S. are set to celebrate the start of the new year with First Day Hikes on January 1. These hikes offer a chance to begin the New Year connected with nature. Arkansas’s state park system includes 140 trails totaling 388 miles. Those interested in the event can explore a trail on …
Learn the skills needed for wilderness survival through a series of workshops February 22-24 at Daisy State Park in Kirby during Survival Skills Weekend. Take one class or take them all.  Of note: space is limited so advance registration is required. Workshop discounts are also available for campers. Arkansas’s eighth state park, Daisy is located …
Have you heard of First Day Hikes before? It’s a neat concept. Basically, state parks across the U.S. celebrate the start of a new year with these hikes on January 1. The first one took place over 20 years ago at the Blue Hills Reservation, a state park in Milton, Massachusetts. The initiative targeted the …