Learn about the environment and reconnect with nature at Logoly State Park.
Logoly State Park is located in southwestern Arkansas and features a visitor center with interactive exhibits and outdoor trails with interpretive signs to help guests learn about the local wildlife and ecosystems that thrive here. It has hundreds of acres of old-growth forests that are awe-inspiring. The most popular trail is Crane's Fly Trail, a 3/4-mile hike that goes in a loop and has an overlook of woodland stream habitat on the south side of the pond. Bird enthusiasts should take the Spring Branch Trail near the pavilion and stop at the observation blind. There have been over 100 bird species spotted at Logoly State Park, including various woodpeckers, hawks, wrens, vireos, sparrows, and warblers.
This is a great place for a family outing and can appeal to kids and adults of all ages. They also have six group camping sites available for primitive tent campers. Bus parking is available in the visitor center parking lot so that you can bring your entire crew with you in fewer vehicles. If you love listening to the sounds of nature, explore Logoly State Park in Arkansas.