Cane Creek State Park


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Cane Creek State Park


Location:From Star City, 5 miles east on AR 293; lake access is by county road off AR 11, east of Star City.
Facilities:30 Class A campsites and 1 Rent-an-RV site, showers, restrooms, picnic areas, pavilions (including 1 screened and 1 enclosed/climate-controlled), trails, bathhouse, boat ramp, fishing piers, visitor center with exhibits and gift shop, playground (é).
Activities:Camping, fishing, hiking, bicycling, kayaking, interpretive programs, bird watching.
Special Features:Park is located where the West Gulf Coastal Plain and the Mississippi Delta meet, providing opportunities to explore two distinct natural settings -- the park's rolling woodlands in the Gulf Coastal Plain or a timbered Delta lake on the 1,675-acre Cane Creek Lake.
Address:50 State Park Rd
Star City, AR 71667

Phone:870-628-4714
Fax:870-628-3611
Web: www.arkansasstateparks.com/parks/park.asp?id=34
Size: 2,053 acres.

See other parks in Arkansas.
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In Star City, Linda Kay Thompson's middle school class is filming a video documentary about Cane Creek State Park, where eminent domain resulted in demolition of many local properties.
Cane Creek State Park Fabulous 1,700-acre lake is the focal point of this state facility.
Other popular state parks with a sizeable number of visitors last year included Lake Chicot State Park (167,482 visitors), Millwood State Park (134,988 visitors), Woolly Hollow State Park (123.010 visitors) and Cane Creek State Park (104,778 visitors).