Here at Arkansas's first environmental education state park, interpreters present workshops on ecological/environmental topics. The park's natural resources provide a living laboratory for students and visitors. Most of Logoly's 368 acres comprise a State Natural Area that includes unique plant species and mineral springs.
Park facilities include six group tent sites (no hookups), a bathhouse with hot showers, standard pavilion (free to educational groups), picnic sites, playground, trails, and a *visitor center with exhibits and an indoor classroom. [NOTE: Educational groups have preference and must make reservations. Individuals may use campsites on a first-come basis, but must vacate for groups.]
*NOTE: A temporary office will serve park visitors during 2015 while a new visitor center is under construction in the park. This office will be housed in a trailer located near the park bathhouse.
From U.S. 79 at McNeil, go one mile east on County Road 47 (Logoly Road) to the park.