Pinnacle Mountain State Park

Pinnacle Mountain State Park
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Pinnacle Mountain State Park
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Pinnacle Mountain State Park
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Pinnacle Mountain State Park
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Woman sitting on top of Pinnacle Mountain with sun shining through her ponytail
Getting to the top of Pinnacle Mountain has many rewards...
Kingfisher Trail is one of the two paved trails within Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Kingfisher Trail is one of the two paved trails within Pinnacle Mountain State Park...
Mountain biking at Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Mountain biking at Pinnacle Mountain State Park...
Go on a park interpreter-led hike
Go on a park interpreter-led hike...
Couple standing on top of Pinnacle Mountain with scenic view of valley
The hike to the top of Pinnacle Mountain has rewards beyond the achievement itself...
East Quarry Trail
East Quarry Trail...
Pinnacle Mountain State Park features a diversity of habitats to explore and enjoy
Pinnacle Mountain State Park features a diversity of habitats to explore and enjoy...
Rock climbing at Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Rock climbing at Pinnacle Mountain State Park...
Star trails at Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Star trails at Pinnacle Mountain State Park...
Fishing at Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Fishing at Pinnacle Mountain State Park...
Pinnacle Mountain State Park at dusk
Pinnacle Mountain State Park...
Trail running at Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Trail running at Pinnacle Mountain State Park...
Ouachita Trail Backpacking
Ouachita Trail backpacking...
Pinnacle Mountain is 1,011 feet high
Pinnacle Mountain is 1,011 feet high...
Mountain biking at Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Mountain biking at Pinnacle Mountain State Park...
1,011-foot Pinnacle Mountain with purple hue sunset
It's easy to understand why 1,011-foot Pinnacle Mountain has long been an Arkansas landmark...

What to know

Just west of Arkansas’s capital city of Little Rock, Pinnacle Mountain stands as the centerpiece of this geographically diverse state park. This day-use park offers a variety of outdoor adventures on the Big and Little Maumelle Rivers, in the Arkansas Arboretum, and along over 22 miles of trails including over 14 miles of challenging mountain bike trails. Hike to the top, explore the rivers or take in one of the many interpretive programs offered by park staff. Visit the park visitor center, enjoy a picnic, or reserve a pavilion for a larger gathering. Loblolly Outpost will be located at the Pinnacle Mountain State Park visitor center. Be sure to stop by!

Pinnacle Mountain State Park is also certified as a Trails of Tears National Historic Site. The mountain witnessed the hardships faced by the removal parties of the Cherokees, as well as, Choctaws, Creeks, Seminoles, and Chickasaws. Learn more about the Trail of Tears in Arkansas state parks.
9600 Highway 300
Roland, AR 72135
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