Arkansas State Parks
Ten fully equipped cabins; championship golf course; pavilions, playgrounds, baseball and multi-use fields, driving range; visitor center, bicycle rental; hiking and horseback riding trails, tennis; boat dock and ramp, fishing and pedal boats; swim beach, interpretive center, meeting facility. Lakes Austell and Dunn stocked with bass, bream, crappie and channel catfish. Leashed pets only. Horse camp with campsites and horse stalls, horse wash bays. A section of Bell's route of the Trail of Tears, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, runs through the park.. This segment of the old Memphis-to-Little Rock road is cut deep into the Crowley's Ridge soil, and has been touted as the most dramatic remaining section of the Indian removal route.
Vicki Trimble, 201 CR 754, Wynne, AR 72396
Village Creek State Park (D-8)
24 RV/Tent with W/E/S; 5 RV/Tent with W/E; 67 RV/Tent/Horse with W/E
I-40 Exit 242 (Forrest City), then 13 miles north on Hwy. 284. (Wynne, AR 72396)
On Crowley’s Ridge in eastern Arkansas, this 6,909-acre park offers a diversity of outdoor recreational opportunities including lakes, fishing, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, equestrian trails, golf and tennis in a unique natural environment.
Visitor center with store and exhibits, restrooms, hot showers, dump stations, cabins, boat rentals, hiking trails, multi-use trail, tennis courts, picnic sites, pavilion, swimming beach, playgrounds and 27-hole public golf course.