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Bull Shoals-White River State Park
Bull Shoals, AR 72619 (113.457 miles)
The park stretches along the riverside and lakeshore where the White River and Bull Shoals Lake join at Bull Shoals dam.
Official Website: Bull Shoals-White River State Park
Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge
Crossett, AR 71635 (114.284 miles)
This 65,000-acre refuge contains an abundance of water resources dominated by the Ouachita and Saline Rivers and the Felsenthal Pool.
Official Website: Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge
Lake Fort Smith State Park
Mountainburg, AR 72946 (115.495 miles)
Located on the western side of 1,400-acre Lake Fort Smith,.
Official Website: Lake Fort Smith State Park
Lake Chicot State Park
Lake Village, AR 71653 (115.500 miles)
The Mississippi Delta's beauty and recreational opportunities come together at Arkansas's largest natural lake.
Official Website: Lake Chicot State Park
Pond Creek National Wildlife Refuge
Lockesburg, AR 71846 (116.253 miles)
Abundant water resources in form of rivers, oxbow lakes, sloughs and mature bottomland hardwoods.
Official Website: Pond Creek National Wildlife Refuge
Dahomey Natioal Wildlife Refuge
Boyle, MS 38730 (117.360 miles)
Dahomey NWR is located 15 miles south west of Cleveland, Mississippi. It was established in 1990 when the Nature Conservancy purchased 9,269 and leased the land back to the Service for management. In 1993, the Service completed acquisition of the TNC lands. One additional 162 acre tract was purchased by Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) and turned over to the Service in 1991. A 260 acre 16th section tract is leased from West Bolivar School Board bringing the total land base to 9,691 acres. The refuge is the largest remaining tract of bottomland hardwood-forested wetlands in the northwest portion of Mississippi.
Official Website: Dahomey Natioal Wildlife Refuge
Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area
Wickes, AR 71973 (117.894 miles)
The park-natural area stretches 12 miles along the wild and scenic Cossatot River.
Official Website: Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area
Lake Frierson State Park
Jonesboro, AR 72401 (118.911 miles)
Atop Crowley's Ridge, on the shore of 335-acre Lake Frierson.
Official Website: Lake Frierson State Park
Withrow Springs State Park
Huntsville, AR 72740 (120.863 miles)
Located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains and cradled by the bluffs of the War Eagle Creek.
Official Website: Withrow Springs State Park
Overflow National Wildlife Refuge
Parkdale, AR 71661 (122.567 miles)
The refuge is comprised of bottomland hardwood forests, agricultural fields and upland pine/hardwood forests.
Official Website: Overflow National Wildlife Refuge