Arkansas State Parks Trip Ideas Filter Park Cane Creek Crowley's Ridge Moro Bay Crater of Diamonds Davidsonville DeGray Devil's Den Hobbs State Park Conservation Area Lake Catherine Lake Dardanelle Mississippi River Mount Magazine Petit Jean [X] Ozark Folk Center [X] Lake Ouachita [X] Bull Shoals - White River [X] Daisy Region North Central Central Lower Delta Northwest Southwest Upper Delta Park Activity Watchable Wildlife Trail Type Trail Difficulty Author Arkansas State Parks Staff Jeanette Larson Date Published May 2020 [X] February 2020 January 2019 May 2018 August 2017 July 2017 December 2016 August 2016 [X] April 2016 Eagle Tours Feb 2020 ⁄ Arkansas State Parks Staff One of the most awe-inspiring birds you can witness is the Bald Eagle. Once endangered, the Bald Eagle has made an encouraging comeback and now nests along rivers and lakeshores throughout the state. Now, you can find our national emblem in dozens of sites across Arkansas, particularly along shores of lakes and rivers. The most common time to experience Bald Eagle... Herbal Feasts and Sumptuous Suppers Apr 2016 ⁄ Arkansas State Parks Staff The very first Lavish Herbal Feast occurred on April 22, 1989, at the Ozark Folk Center State Park and you can still enjoy tasty treats and meals in Mountain View to this day. Old-fashioned Community Energy Apr 2016 ⁄ Jeanette Larson The Ozarks is a unique and special place. Well-known for their beauty, these hills are also known for being challenging to live in or travel through. Kayaking Campout! Apr 2016 ⁄ Arkansas State Parks Staff Learn more about the overnight kayaking trip of the year Lake Ouachita State Park, which is one of the best ways to experience the lake and create cherished memories. A Daisy of a Park! Apr 2016 ⁄ Arkansas State Parks Staff Daisy State Park is a hub of southwest Arkansas adventures including diamond digging, canoeing, kayaking, trout fishing, Little Missouri Falls, and Hot Springs National Park. Winter at the Ozark Folk Center State Park Apr 2016 ⁄ Jeanette Larson The creativity of the music and crafts in Mountain Home, along with the genuine friendliness of the residents, draw visitors over the winding Ozark roads every year.