Arkansas State Parks
Park includes campsites; store with supplies, bait and gifts; launch ramp, barrier-free fishing pier; pavilion; picnic sites, trails, playground; visitor center with exhibits, CD interactive program, bicycle rentals. Due to damage on the dam, the lower portion of White Oak Lake is without water and not expected to refill until 2014. The park is open except for the marina and boat rentals suspended for the time being. Pets must be leashed at all times. The evening before the battle of Poison Spring, the Union Forces camped on White Oak Creek near where the state park is located today. The park is the interpretation gateway to Poison Spring and the Southern arm of the Red River Campaign.
Sarah Jones, 563 Highway 387, Bluff City, AR 71722
White Oak Lake State Park (G-4)
41 RV/Tent with W/E; 4 Tent
From I-30 at Prescott, travel 20 miles east on Ark. 24, then go 100 yards south on Ark. 299, then go two miles southeast on Ark. 387.
This park located in the forested hills of the West Gulf Coastal Plain on the northern shore of 2,765-acre White Oak Lake offers fishing, boating, hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities.
Store, restrooms, hot showers, dump station, picnic sites, pavilion, launch ramp, barrier-free fishing pier, playground, hiking trails and exhibits.