Featured: Lake Fort Smith State Park

Rent a kayak at the park marina and explore 1,490-acre Lake Fort Smith
Rent a kayak at the park marina and explore 1,490-acre Lake Fort Smith...
Stay in one of our fully-equipped Lake Fort Smith State Park cabins
Stay in one of our fully-equipped Lake Fort Smith State Park cabins...
Lake Fort Smith State Park Visitor Center
Lake Fort Smith State Park Visitor Center...
Camping at Lake Fort Smith State Park
Camping at Lake Fort Smith State Park...
Go on a guided hike at Lake Fort Smith State Park
Go on a guided hike at Lake Fort Smith State Park...
Lake Fort Smith State Park marina
Lake Fort Smith State Park marina...
Stay in one of our fully-equipped cabins
Stay in one of our fully-equipped cabins...
Lake Fort Smith State Park swimming pool
Lake Fort Smith State Park swimming pool...
Hiking at Lake Fort Smith State Park
Hiking at Lake Fort Smith State Park...
Have your family reunion or event at one of our pavilions
Have your family reunion or event at one of our pavilions...
Mountain Biking at Lake Fort Smith State Park
Mountain Biking at Lake Fort Smith State Park...
Fall is a beautiful time to visit Lake Fort Smith State Park
Fall is a beautiful time to visit Lake Fort Smith State Park...
The Wild Turkey Lodge at Lake Fort Smith State Park can sleep up to 28 persons
The Wild Turkey Lodge at Lake Fort Smith State Park can sleep up to 28 persons...

What to know

A beautiful multi-use area on the banks of Lake Fort Smith, this is a scenic, well-maintained park in the Boston Mountain Valley of the Ozarks with camping, fishing, kayaking, hiking, and mountain biking. For backpackers, it is the western terminus of the 240-mile Ozark Highlands Trail. The park offers 30 campsites (20 Class AAA and 10 Class B), 10 cabins, a swimming pool, marina with boat rentals, pavilion, picnic sites, and group facilities including a dining hall and two group lodges with full-size kitchens. The visitor center houses a replica pioneer log cabin and covered wagon with exhibits and programs on the area’s early history. Park interpreters lead guests on nature hikes and lake tours year-round. (Swimming, water skiing, stand-up paddle boarding, and jet skiing, are not allowed on the lake.
15458 Shepard Springs Road
Mountainburg, AR 72946-0004