Introduction to Arkansas state parks

Some generalities about Arkansas state parks, known for trails, mountains, etc, then list them out.

Peitit Jean State Park

Petit Jean State Park

Park Address: 1285 Petit Jean Mountain Rd, Morrilton, AR 72110

Park Description: According to legend Petit Jean was actually a young 18th century French woman.

Jean Petit State Park Visitors Guide

Mount Magazine State Park

Mount Magazine State Park

Park Address: 577 Lodge Dr, Paris, AR 72855

park Description: In 2006, the multimillion-dollar Lodge at Mount Magazine and 13 cliffside cabins were opened.

Mount Magazine State Park Visitors Guide

Pinnacle Mountain State Park

Pinnacle Mountain State Park

Park Address: 11901 Pinnacle Valley Rd, Roland, AR 72135

Park Description: The main attraction is Pinnacle Mountain, an iconic landmark surrounded by the bottomlands of the Big Maumelle and Little Maumelle rivers.

Pinnacle Mountain State Park Visitors Guide

Hobbs State Park

Hobbs State Park

Park Address: 20201 AR-12, Rogers, AR 72756

Park Description: The park was bought in 1979 through a huge financial effort from Northwest Arkansas banks.

Hobbs State Park Visitors Guide

sunny day near the creek at Devil's Den State Park

Devil's Den State Park

Park Address: 11333 AR-74, West Fork, AR 72774

Park Description: Trails branch out from the visitor center, including the extensive Butterfield Trail and the Gorley King horse trail.

Devil's Den State Park Visitors Guide

Rock in front of a classic house. Diamonds State Park

Crater of Diamonds State Park 

Park Address: 209 State Park Rd, Murfreesboro, AR 71958

Park Description: The park features a 37.5-acre plowed field, the world's only diamond-bearing site accessible to the public.

Crater of Diamonds State Park Visitors Guide