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STATE PARKS The State Parks in our region let you experience the best of Mother Nature and the great outdoors.

DEVIL’S DEN STATE PARK

11333 Ark. Hwy. 74, West Fork arkansasstateparks.com 479-761-3325 With 2,500 unspoiled acres adjoining the Ozark National Forest, this park is a favorite for camping, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding and mountain biking. A swimming pool, nature programs and cabins add to its rustic appeal.

HOBBS STATE PARK CONSERVATION AREA 20201 Ark. Hwy. 12, Rogers

arkansasstateparks.com 479-789-5000

WITHROW SPRINGS STATE PARK

A natural park with limited development,

33424 Ark. Spur 23, Huntsville

Hobbs consists of 12,054 acres of diverse

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Ozark landscape and offers 36 miles of

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hiking trails, including multi-use and ADA

Hiking trails offer great views and access

routes. The 17,500-square-foot visitor center

to natural springs and War Eagle Creek,

has interactive exhibits, a wildlife viewing

where fishing for catfish, bream and bass is

area and educational programs.

popular. Activities throughout the 786-acre park include camping, swimming, baseball, softball, tennis and picnicking. Canoeing is another favorite pastime, and shuttle services for canoe rentals are available. The park has a visitor center and gift shop.

Top to bottom: Devil's Den State Park; Withrow Springs State Park; Hobbs State Park Conservation Area

PRAIRIE GROVE BATTLEFIELD STATE PARK See page 65 in the History & Heritage section.

All photos on this page courtesy Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism

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2019 Northwest Arkansas Visitors Guide  

2019 Northwest Arkansas Visitors Guide