Daisy State Park

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Daisy State Park
Daisy State Park

 

Arkansas’s eighth state park, Daisy, is located on 7,000-acre Lake Greeson about 50 miles southwest of Hot Springs. The clean, clear lake makes the park a favorite of campers seeking water sports and fishing. Nearby attractions such as the Ouachita National Forest and Crater of Diamonds State Park make it a good basecamp for other activities. You can also enjoy floating and fishing on nearby rivers such as the Little Missouri, Cossatot, and Caddo. Please note that river levels and difficulty are dependent upon rainfall.

Open year-round, Daisy State Park has plenty of camping options for either RVs or tent camping. Two free boat launch ramps are also available. Bear Creek Trail starts in Daisy and has miles of trails for ATV's, mountain bikes, dirt bikes, and hiking. Interpretive programs are offered to the public during the summer and the parks's summer cruises and winter eagle watch cruises are popular too. 

Daisy State Park is 1/4 mile south of Daisy off U.S. 70.  The address is 103 East Park Road in Kirby