Notice

Due to severely dry conditions, several county judges have issued burn bans. When fire conditions are high, no open flames are allowed in Arkansas state parks under a burn ban. This means no fires in the fire ring or for cooking. Charcoal only is allowed in an upright or the provided pedestal grill. To see the latest counties under a burn ban, check out the burn ban map. This changes frequently during the summer. Park superintendents also have the discretion to issue burn bans. Please call the park you are visiting directly with any burn ban questions.

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Mammoth Spring State Park

Mammoth Spring is Arkansas's largest spring
Mammoth Spring is Arkansas's largest spring
Mammoth Spring State Park
Mammoth Spring State Park
1886 Frisco Depot  has been fully restored
1886 Frisco Depot has been fully restored
Mammoth Spring State Park
Mammoth Spring State Park

What to know

A National Natural Landmark, Mammoth Spring is one of the world’s largest springs with nine million gallons of water flowing hourly. It forms a 10-acre lake then runs southward as the Spring River, a famous Ozark trout and float stream. Remnants of a mill and hydroelectric plant are part of Mammoth Spring’s history. The park also features an 1886 Frisco train depot and museum. Adding to the things to do here are a playground, picnic area, baseball field, walking trail, Arkansas Welcome Center, and gift shop. 

Make Your Reservation

Outdoor Space

Island Rental
For reservations and more information, please contact the park at 870-625-7364 or [email protected]
Per Use: $47.00

Contact park for availability.

Open Pavilion

Standard Pavilion
For reservations and more information, please contact the park at 870-625-7364 or [email protected]
Per Day: $74.00

Contact park for availability.

P.O. Box 36
Mammoth Spring, AR 72554
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