Arkansas State Parks Trip Ideas Filter Park Lake Dardanelle Ozark Folk Center DeGray Lake Resort Bull Shoals - White River Conway Cemetery Cossatot River Delta Heritage Trail Lake Fort Smith Moro Bay Pinnacle Mountain Prairie Grove Battlefield Village Creek Woolly Hollow [X] Plum Bayou Mounds [X] Davidsonville [X] Historic Washington State Park [X] Hobbs State Park Conservation Area Region Northwest Southwest Lower Delta Upper Delta [X] Central [X] North Central Park Activity Fishing Kayaking / Canoeing Mountain Biking Watchable Wildlife Trail Type Trail Difficulty Author Arkansas State Parks Staff Jonathan Wirges Melissa Ray Sarah Reap [X] Meg Matthews [X] Robin Gabe [X] Amy Griffin Date Published June 2020 January 2017 October 2016 August 2016 March 2016 Connecting to a Prehistoric People Jun 2020 ⁄ Amy Griffin Plum Bayou Mounds Archeological State Park in Scott, Arkansas is a unique American Indian mound complex that was the cultural center of the Plum Bayou people, who interacted with their environment and each other much as we do today. The Plum Bayou people are a group of prehistoric American Indian mound builders who lived here between 650 – 1050 AD. They built one of the... 5 State Parks Off the Beaten Path Jan 2017 ⁄ Robin Gabe Whether you’re looking to hike a trail, journey through history, muddy up your mountain bike, or just get away for the weekend, there is an Arkansas State Park waiting for you. Unexpected Challenge at Plum Bayou Mounds Archeological State Park Oct 2016 ⁄ Meg Matthews At Plum Bayou Mounds Archeological State Park, there are the remains of ancient earthworks that are strategically placed. Top 10 Ways to Stay Cool at Arkansas State Parks Aug 2016 ⁄ Meg Matthews While we wait for cooler temperatures to come to The Natural State, here are the top 10 ways to stay cool at Arkansas State Parks during the dog days of summer. Artifact Tales Mar 2016 ⁄ Robin Gabe Artifacts amaze me. It is a simple statement but every word is true. In certain cases, they are the only link that we have to past cultures. The American Indians that lived here are called the Plum Bayou Culture and they left clues to their way of life in the form of artifacts.