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Lake Frierson State Park

Arkansas State Parks

Campsites, tables, grills, picnic sites, climate-controlled pavilion, playground, self-guided trail, boat rentals, launch ramp, barrier-free fishing pier, visitor center; lake is stocked annually by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission with bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie. Pets must be leashed at all times. The new state saugeye record of 9 lbs. was caught here January 2012.

Lake Frierson State Park (B-8)

  • Campsites:

    4 RV/Tent with W/E; 3 Tent with no hookups
  • Location:

    From Jonesboro, 10 miles north on Hwy. 141. (Jonesboro, AR 72401)
  • Attractions:

    This park is atop Crowley’s Ridge on the eastern shores of Lake Frierson, a 335-acre fishing lake. The lake offers good fishing for saugeye, bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie. In springtime the park is ablaze with flowering wild dogwoods.
  • Facilities:

    Visitor center; restrooms; launch ramp; boat rentals; barrier-free fishing pier; picnic sites; enclosed climate-controlled pavilion; hiking trails; playground; fishing boat, kayak and pedal boat rentals.
  • Pets Accepted:

    Yes

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