Arkansas State Parks
More than 3.1 million acres of forestland are included within the three national forests in Arkansas. The U.S. Forest Service has developed campgrounds of scenic points in these woodlands. Most of these campgrounds are located in ruggedly beautiful mountainous terrain, and are designed to blend into the landscape to preserve the forest atmosphere.
St. Francis National Forest, Marianna
Storm Creek Lake (E-9)
13 RV/Tent with no hookups
2 miles northeast of West Helena on Hwy. 242, then east 3 miles on Forest Road 1900, or 7.5 miles southeast of Marianna on Hwy. 44, then south on gravel Forest Road 1900, 10 miles.
420-acre lake atop Crowley’s Ridge, swimming, fishing.
Vault toilets, bathhouse, barrier-free fishing pier, water, boat ramp (10 hp motor limit). (Open year-round) User’s fee charged.