Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area

Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area


Location:10 miles east of Rogers on AR 12.
Facilities:4 hiking trails, including a 1/4 mile, barrier-free historical trail and a 16-mile multi-use trail; public firing range; regulated seasonal hunting; undeveloped access to Beaver Lake.
Activities:Hiking, shooting, hunting, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Park is located along the southern shore of 28,370-acre Beaver Lake and is Arkansas's largest state park in land area. It is presently in its initial development phase; future development is to include a visitor/educational center, cabins, pavilions, and picnic areas. Managed jointly by Arkansas State Parks, Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Address:21392 E Hwy 12
Rogers, AR 72756

Phone:479-789-2380
Web: www.arkansasstateparks.com/parks/park.asp?id=38
Size: 11,750 acres.

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Beetles at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area were collected from a small, spring seep along the lower end of the Pigeon Roost hiking trail.
Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, 6 January 2008, spring habitat at the end of Pigeon Roost Trail, under leaves covering limestone bedrock, five specimens collected by S.