Arkansas’s Largest State Park Belongs At The Top Of Your Bucket List

Coming in at 12,056 acres of scenic lakefront and incredible Ozarks land, Hobbs State Park Conservation Area is the largest state park in Arkansas. In fact, it’s so big it’s almost twice as large as Arkansas’s second largest state park, Village Creek. As we all know, quality is a bit more important than size in some matters (I’m looking at you, Texas), and it’s no different with Arkansas’s natural spots. The Natural State’s largest state park deserves to go on the top of your bucket list not because it’s the biggest, but because it’s undeniably awesome.

Hobbs State Park Conservation Area is located at 20201 East Highway 12 in Hindsville.

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