Crowley's Ridge State Park
The dining hall/kitchen in the group lodging area at Crowley's Ridge State Park is currently undergoing renovation. While this renovation is underway, the group lodging area is closed until early fall 2014. This closure includes the entire group lodging area, including the five bunk cabins, dining hall/kitchen, and this area's bathhouse. All other park facilities are open, including the park’s 26 campsites and four rental cabins. For updates on the anticipated reopening date for the group lodging area, contact the park at: 870-573-6751.
To contact the park: 870-573-6751
Atop the forested hills in northeast Arkansas, Crowley's Ridge State Park occupies the former homestead of Benjamin Crowley, whose family first settled this area.
Native log and stone structures, constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, set the mood for this park's rustic warmth. Park facilities include a group lodging area featuring five bunk cabins, a kitchen/dining hall and bathhouse; four fully-equipped, modern duplex cabins with kitchens [in two duplex units]; 26 campsites (18 Class B and eight Tent Sites); picnic areas; snack bar; trails; standard pavilions; baseball field; 31-acre fishing lake (electric motors only); and a 3 1/2-acre swimming lake. The park offers fishing boat, kayak, and pedal boat rentals. Interpretive programs are offered here throughout the year.
Crowley's Ridge State Park is 15 miles north of Jonesboro on Ark. 141; or nine miles west of Paragould on U.S. 412, then two miles south on Ark. 168.
For more information about Arkansas State Parks historic, heritage, and cultural parks, go to: http://www.historystateparks.com/