Village Creek State Park, Arkansas

About Village Creek State Park

Village Creek State Park encompasses nearly 7,000 acres of beautiful forested hills and clear streams to create an environment found nowhere else in Arkansas. There are 33 miles of multi-use trails, campgrounds with bathhouses, an equestrian campground with stable facilities (includes class B campsites), 10 cabins, two lakes, a day-use area with pavilions and picnic sites, outdoor and indoor theaters, a small museum, and a visitor center with a gift shop. Interpretive programs are available year-round. You can walk on a segment of the Trail of Tears as part of the trails.

The park features an Andy Dye-designed 27-hole championship golf course, the Ridges at Village Creek. This public course features MiniVerde Bermuda greens and Tiff 419 Bermuda tees and fairways. Three distinct nines offer outstanding golfing with water coming into play on 12 holes. The Ridges at Village Creek has been rated the #1 golf course you can play in Arkansas 2018 by Golfweek Magazine. Open daily, facilities include a full-service clubhouse with pro shop, snack bar, and full driving range. Golf carts are included with greens fee.

WYNNE, Arkansas - November 26, 2018 - ''We aren't in Kansas anymore, but we are in Are-Kansas, I exclaimed as we rolled into this nearly deserted state park (my version of Dad humor). We had the place to ourselves and water front property too! High winds the first night, the trailer was a rockin'! Caroline caught a great sunset photo (plus a video) and we saw lots of young deer, and even a couple of possums

Next stop Hot Springs

(Caroline Grimm)