DeGray Lake Resort State Park

DeGray Lake Resort State Park


Location:Exit 78 off I-30 at Caddo Valley/Arkadelphia, then 7 miles north on Scenic 7 Byway; or, from Hot Springs, 21 miles south on Scenic 7 Byway.
Facilities:113 campsites with electric and water hookups, 3 Rent-a-Yurts; 96-room lodge and convention center with swimming pool, hot tub, fitness room, restaurant, business center, meeting rooms; 18-hole championship golf course with driving range, practice range, and pro shop; full-service marina with tackle, dock space, fuel, and boat rentals; swim beaches, boat launches, pavilions, trails, bicycle rentals, store, tennis court, basketball court, laundry (é).
Activities:Camping, fishing, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, other water sports, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding (guided trail rides), tennis, golf, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Park is situated in the Ouachita Mountain foothills on the north shore of 13,800-acre DeGray Lake. It combines the amenities of a resort with outdoor activities of a park.
Address:2027 State Park Entrance Rd
Bismarck, AR 71929

Phone:501-865-2801
Web: www.degray.com
Size: 938 acres (land).

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DeGray Lake Resort State Park lies on the north shore of 13,800-acre DeGray Lake in the rolling foothills of the Ouachita Mountain range.
The agency has partnered with Northland Fishing Tackle, Frabill, and MarCum Technologies to offer the sweepstake prizes, which include a fishing holiday at DeGray Lake Resort State Park on DeGray Lake, US.
DeGray Lake Resort State Park Offers a lodge with plenty of space for meetings and gatherings.
Ray and Ken organized "A Day with the Duke," a charity event at DeGray Lake Resort State Park near Arkadelphia that for the past two years has benefited the Henderson State golf team.
DeGray Lake Resort State Park and private resorts on the lake offer outstanding accommodations.
The event, held at DeGray Lake Resort State Park & Convention Center, featured statewide entries in eight media categories.
The department did its own count for attendance at the adjacent DeGray Lake Resort State Park and recorded a scant 907,904 visits in 2000.
Officials at DeGray Lake Resort State Park, another project managed by the Corps office in Vicksburg, warned that traditional methods of counting visitors by combining figures from road counters, marinas, cabins, golf courses and pavilions "is very deceptive because visitors are double counted in some instances.