Arkansas State Parks

Arkansas State Parks

Situated on Arkansas’s largest natural lake and the largest oxbow lake in North America, Lake Chicot State Park sits on the edge of the Mississippi River Delta. Campground and cabin rentals are available and the pool, hiking trails, picnic sites, marina, interpretive programs, store and visitors center provide visitors with plenty to do on land and water. Lake Chicot is one of the more popular parks in the area thanks to recreation opportunities and the unique Lower Delta culture. Whether you fish on the lake for a few hours or a set up at a campsite for a few days, Lake Chicot State Park has something to offer everyone. Make plans to visit now!

For information:

Ocie Hunter, Lake Village, AR  71653

Lake Chicot State Park

  • Campsites:

    28 Class AAA, 16 Class AA, 11 Class A, and 67 Class B including several sites with Class C options
  • Attractions:

    Fishing, boating and bird watching.
  • Facilities:

    Campsites, cabins, swimming pool, picnicking, pavilions, laundry, playground, store/marina, visitors center.
  • Accessible?:

    Handicap Accessible
  • Pets Accepted:

    Yes

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