Mammoth Spring State Park


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Mammoth Spring State Park


Location:On US 63 in Mammoth Spring; 2 miles south the Missouri border.
Facilities:Historic exhibits, picnic area, pavilion, trail, ball field, playground (é).
Activities:Fishing, hiking, bird watching, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Mammoth Spring, Arkansas's largest spring and a National Natural Landmark, flows nine million gallons of water hourly. The waters form a 10-acre lake and then flow southward as Spring River, a popular Ozark trout and float stream. Historic attractions located near the spring include the 1886 Frisco depot, which houses a collection of railroad memorabilia, and a Frisco caboose. Remnants of a mill and hydroelectric plant are also located at the park, and the information center has additional exhibits on the area's history and natural resources.
Address:PO Box 36
Mammoth Spring, AR 72554

Phone:870-625-7364
Fax:870-625-3255
Web: www.arkansasstateparks.com/parks/park.asp?id=25
Size: 62 acres.

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