Mount Nebo State Park

Stay in one of our historic rustic fully-equipped cabins
Stay in one of our historic rustic fully-equipped cabins...
Park interpreter with group of children
Park interpreters help you make meaningful connections...
Mount Nebo State Park is a popular motorcycling destination
Mount Nebo State Park is a popular motorcycling destination...
Couple hiking with dog
Hiking is fun for the whole family...
Couple watching sunrise at Mount Nebo State Park
Enjoy breathtaking views at Mount Nebo State Park...
Camping on the bluff
Camp on the bluff...
Hiking at Mount Nebo State park
Choose from 14 miles of trails at Mount Nebo State Park...
Swimming pool at Mount Nebo State Park
Swimming pool at Mount Nebo State Park...
Stay in one of our historic rustic fully-equipped cabins
Stay in one of our historic rustic fully-equipped cabins...
Fall camping at Mount Nebo State Park
Fall camping at Mount Nebo State Park...
Exhibits in the Cornwell House interpret the history of Mount Nebo
Exhibits in the Cornwell House interpret the history of Mount Nebo...
Woman sitting up against tree with sunset in background
Relax. Renew. Connect....
White-tailed deer in snow
White-tailed deer call the mountain home...
Newborn fawn at Mount Nebo State Park
Newborn fawn at Mount Nebo State Park...
Mount Nebo State Park is a popular motorcycling destination
Mount Nebo State Park is a popular motorcycling destination...
Mount Nebo State Park is a launch site for certified hang gliders
Mount Nebo State Park is a launch site for certified hang gliders ...
Double rainbow with clear blue sky in the background at Mount Nebo State Park
The scenery is captivating at Mount Nebo State Park...

What to know

Situated in the Arkansas River Valley just 45 minutes from Arkansas Wine Country, this state park sits atop the 1,350-foot Mount Nebo. The 1930s-era Civilian Conservation Corps constructed many of the rustic-style cabins, pavilions, bridges, and 14 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Cabin 1 was the first cabin rental in state park history. Twelve of the park’s 15 cabins are located along the bluff and have views of the river valley below. Most of the campsites do as well. There are 34 campsites (24 Class B and 10 hike-in tent sites). Note: there is not a dump station at the park. Other facilities include a swimming pool (fee required), tennis courts, picnic areas, pavilions, and a visitor center with a gift shop.

Mount Nebo State Park is a certified Trail of Tears National Historic Trail Site. Mount Nebo, overlooking the Arkansas River from the south, witnessed the removal of all five of the tribes that were removed along the water route of the Trail of Tears. Mount Nebo offers panoramic views of the Arkansas River from the Rim Trail. Learn more about the Trail of Tears in Arkansas state parks
16728 West State Hwy. 155
Dardanelle, AR 72834