Lake Village

It’s almost summer! It’s time to grab the kids and head outside for some fun in the sun. And these great events at our Arkansas State Parks are the perfect opportunity to do just that.  Moro Bay State Park in Jersey is the place for tons of fun during National Get Outdoors Day on June …
This October is a great time to get the entire family out and about to enjoy The Natural State. In Eastern Arkansas, these fun events offer something for everyone. Davidsonville Historic State Park in Pocahontas celebrates the season with the Ghosts of Davidsonville Fall Festival on Oct. 10. There’s a chill in the air, color …
Fall is a wonderful time to explore nature in the northeast and southeast sections of The Natural State. Whether you prefer riding in a vehicle, walking through the woods or biking the byways, there’s a great opportunity to everyone to get out this month and enjoy the beauty of the region. The Mississippi River State …
Several Arkansas State Parks in eastern Arkansas are “going to the birds” this month! From bird watching to birding tours to learning to lure birds to your backyard, you’ll find a great variety of events and workshops focused on learning more about our feathered friends. Cane Creek State Park in Star City offers a Bayou …
Arkansas State Parks throughout the North Central Ozarks and the Arkansas Delta will offer First Day Hikes for the entire family on Jan. 1. First Day Hikes are part of a national health and outdoor awareness movement. Take the entire family to join in with others across Arkansas and the nation who will enjoy the …
Make your child’s summer special this year by enrolling him or her in one of the fun and educational day camps offered through Arkansas State Parks. Cane Creek State Park in Star City hosts the Explore Your World Day Camp on June 4-6. The annual summer camp, geared for kids ages 6-8, gets youngsters excited …
  Did you know Charles Lindbergh made his first night flight over Lake Chicot and Lake Village in 1923?  A marker in Lake Village ( off Highway 159) says about the accomplishment, ‘In April 1923 Lindbergh, then an unknown 21-year-old mail pilot, experienced engine trouble and landed his airplane on the now abandoned golf course …