STATE PARKS The State Parks in our region let you experience the best of Mother Nature and the great outdoors.
DEVILâ€™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
WITHROW SPRINGS STATE PARK
A natural park with limited development,
33424 Ark. Spur 23, Huntsville
Hobbs consists of 12,054 acres of diverse
Ozark landscape and offers 36 miles of
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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