Arkansas State Parks

Arkansas State Parks

Logoly State Park was Arkansas’s first environmental education state park. This Southwest AR park provides group tent campsites, bathhouse, playground area, picnic sites, trails, history and nature exhibits, pavilions and a gift shop. The park’s visitor center also holds workshops that provide a great time for kids and adults.

Whether you drop in to hike a trail or set up camp for a few days, Logoly State Park is a great place for outdoor recreation and education–plan your trip today.

Logoly State Park

  • Campsites:

    6 Group Campsites-Tents Only
  • Location:

    6 miles north of Magnolia on County Road 47 (Logoly Road) just off U.S. 79 near McNeil highway junction.
  • Attractions:

    Located in forested hills of the West Gulf Coastal Plain, Logoly is Arkansas’s first environmental education park. A state natural area, Logoly offers unique outdoor opportunities for recreation and nature study.
  • Facilities:

    Visitor center, picnic sites, pavilion, hiking trails, group tent camping area with bathhouse, and playground. New visitor center under construction will have exhibits and gift sales.
    * NOTE: Organized groups participating in environmental education programs have preference and must make reservations. Individuals may use campsites on first-come basis, but must vacate for scheduled groups.
  • Accessible?:

    Handicap Accessible
  • Pets Accepted:


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