Here at Arkansas's first environmental education state park in McNeil (SW Arkansas), helpful and knowledgeable interpreters present workshops on ecological/environmental topics. The park's natural resources provide a living laboratory for students and visitors to learn more about the Arkansas outdoors. Most of Logoly's 368 acres comprise a State Natural Area — a popular attraction — that includes the discovery of a unique collection of local plant species and mineral springs not found at other parks in Arkansas.
State park facilities include six group tent sites (no hookups), a bathhouse with nice hot showers, standard pavilion (free to educational groups), picnic sites, trails and a playground. [NOTE: Educational groups have preference and must call ahead to make reservations. Individuals may use campsites on a first-come basis, but must vacate for groups.]
The new visitor center was dedicated July 21, 2016. Here you’ll find exhibits that allow you to learn by touching, smelling and really experiencing the park's resources. The new center is environmentally-friendly (LEED Gold Certification pending). The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices. Come check it out!.
From U.S. 79 at McNeil, AR, go one mile east on County Road 47 (Logoly Road) to the park.