Located where the Coastal Plain meets the Mississippi Delta, this park offers you the opportunity to experience both in one visit. The trail system is a point of pride at the park. Trail run, ride, or backpack through rolling terrain, along the lake, and across three suspension bridges. Paddle or fish Cane Creek Lake.

Explore nearby Bayou Bartholomew, the world’s longest bayou. Interpretive programs include guided walking, biking, kayaking, and birding tours. Facilities include 29 campsites (11 Class A and 18 Class B), one Rent-An-RV, picnic sites, a backpacking shelter, pavilions, visitor center with exhibits and gift shop, launch ramp, fishing piers, a bathhouse, and playground. Boat and bicycle rentals are available.

Location

Cane Creek State Park Arkansas
50 State Park Road, Star City, AR 71667, United States

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Hours

*Interpretive programs available year round.

Visitor Center:

  • Open all year
  • Jan. – Dec. Sun. – Sat. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • With the following exception:
  • Jan., Feb. & Dec. Sat. – Sun. 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Campground/Picnic Area:

  • Open all year
  • Restrooms are open February – November.
  • Closed: New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day,
  • noon Christmas Eve through Christmas Day

Fees

$4 per vehicle for entry

Day Pass for age 2 and up is $5 for unlimited use of swimming area, pedal boats, and miniature golf.

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Contact Details

Phone: (870) 628-4714

Email: canecreek@arkansas.com

Official Website: Cane Creek State Park Arkansas

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Area Attractions

Suggested Equipment for Cane Creek State Park:

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The following activities within the park should be done with utmost caution. Make sure that you have the proper protective gear and equipment necessary to make your adventures safe and accident-free. We advise you to read the TIPS underneath each activity to serve as a guide on what you may need to bring in order to enjoy your stay fully.

Activities & Tips

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