WELCOME TO ARKANSAS
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ARKANSAS' MOUNTAIN STATE PARKS
The Yellow Rock Overlook at Devil's Den State Park, crafted by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's, offers a scenic view of the Ozark Mountains.
Mount Magazine State Park, atop Arkansas's highest peak, is ideal for sightseeing, enjoying nature, and learning about the natural sciences.
Mount Nebo State Park has long been an attraction for travelers to sightsee at mountaintop overlooks.
When you visit the Ozark Folk Center, you'll encounter dramatic views of the Ozark Mountains during your scenic drive to the park.
Stout's Point, a rocky bluff overlook on Petit Jean Mountain, offers dramatic mountaintop views.
Pinnacle Mountain State Park, just west of Little Rock, is ideal for hiking, sightseeing, and studying nature.
Queen Wilhelmina State Park is part of the Talimena Scenic Drive, which stretches 54 miles along crests of the Ouachita Mountains.