Our interpretive programming is designed to connect guests' hearts and minds to the natural, historical, and cultural resources of Arkansas State Parks. We aim for every person to form a personal, meaningful "sense of place" with state parks. It's enjoyable, engaging, and experiential. Even if you can't visit a state park in person, our hope is that you find that connection through these videos, programs, photo essays, and articles.
The Davies Bridge at Petit Jean State Park in Morrilton is 90 years old this year.
On Thursday, January 11, Julien Navas, of Paris, France, visited Arkansas’ Crater of Diamonds State Park for the first time. While there, he found a
Jerry Evans, of Lepanto, visited Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro this spring, but only recently learned that he had discovered a 4.87-carat diamond.
For both Arkansans and out of state visitors, water is vital to recreational activities our state is known for–fishing, kayaking, swimming, and so much more