Arkansas State Parks Trip Ideas Filter Park Mount Magazine Cossatot River Crowley's Ridge DeGray Devil's Den Lake Ouachita Mississippi River Ozark Folk Center Petit Jean Village Creek Davidsonville Delta Heritage Trail Historic Washington State Park Hobbs State Park Conservation Area Jacksonport Lake Catherine Lake Charles Lake Dardanelle Lake Fort Smith Lake Frierson Moro Bay Withrow Springs Wooly Hollow Cane Creek Hampson Museum Lake Chicot Logoly Mount Nebo Powhatan Courthouse Queen Wilhelmina White Oak Lake [X] Pinnacle Mountain [X] Bull Shoals - White River [X] Daisy [X] Lake Poinsett Region Central Lower Delta North Central Northwest Southwest Upper Delta Park Activity Hiking Climbing Fishing Kayaking / Canoeing Boating / Marinas Geocaching Mountain Biking Road Cycling Snorkeling / Scuba Diving Swimming [X] Watchable Wildlife Trail Type Day Hikes Trail Difficulty Strenuous Easy Moderate Author Arkansas State Parks Staff Ron Salley Date Published February 2020 January 2019 August 2016 March 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... New Year’s Resolution: Visit an Arkansas State Park Every Month Jan 2019 ⁄ Arkansas State Parks Staff Is Pinnacle Mountain a Volcano? Aug 2016 ⁄ Ron Salley Pinnacle Mountain stands about 1,000 feet above sea level, is on the extreme eastern edge of the Ouachita Mountain range, and sits where three rivers converge. Pinnacle Mountain State Park Rocks! Mar 2016 ⁄ Arkansas State Parks Staff Tucked away in central Arkansas, Pinnacle Mountain is one of the most accessible state parks for hiking, backpacking, climbing, camping, and biking. Events Roundup: Spring and Summer in Arkansas Nov 2020 Learn Dutch oven cooking, paddle downstream or practice your bird calls — but most importantly, get outside as Arkansas warms up with these festivals and ongoing activities.