About Lake Fort Smith State Park
A beautiful multi-use area on the banks of Lake Fort Smith, this is a scenic, well-maintained park in the Boston Mountain Valley of the Ozarks with camping, fishing, kayaking, hiking, and mountain biking. For backpackers, it is the western terminus of the 240-mile Ozark Highlands Trail. The park offers 30 campsites (20 Class AAA and 10 Class B), 10 cabins, a swimming pool, marina with boat rentals, pavilion, picnic sites, and group facilities including a dining hall and two group lodges with full-size kitchens. The visitor center houses a replica pioneer log cabin and covered wagon with exhibits and programs on the area’s early history. Park interpreters lead guests on nature hikes and lake tours year-round. (Swimming, water skiing, stand-up paddle boarding, and jet skiing, are not allowed on the lake.
Mountainburg, Arkansas - December 01, 2018 - Our two night stay was uneventful...except for the all night thunderstorms and a tornado close by. The second night, all was well. This is a very well maintained state park. Lots of history! We enjoyed our adventure there too (after the fact!).
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