Arkansas State Parks
Located on Crowley's Ridge, an unusual land formation that is one of only two of its type in the world. The ridge, comprised of wind-blown loess, is the only elevation is the otherwise flat lands of the eastern Arkansas Delta. Native log and stone cabins and group lodging facility with kitchen/dining hall constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the1930s; campsites, snack bar, picnic area, trails, pavilions, baseball field, fishing lake, swimming lake; boat, kayak and pedal boat rentals; interpretive programs
Gretchen Sacotnik, Paragould, AR 72450
Crowley's Ridge State Park
18 RV/Tent with W/E; 8 Tent
15 miles north of Jonesboro on Hwy. 141 or 9 miles west of Paragould on U.S. 412, then 2 miles south on Hwy. 168.
Atop the unique landform of forested hills in eastern Arkansas called Crowley’s Ridge, this park offers a swimming lake, fishing lake and hiking trails.
Cabins, visitor center with gift shop, interpretive programs, amphitheater, historic structures, group lodging facility, restrooms, hot showers, dump station, picnic sites, pavilions, hiking trails, snack bar, swimming area, fishing boat, kayak and pedal boat rentals (electric motors only on fishing lake), barrier free fishing pier and trail, playground.