There’s No Prettier Place Than Stout’s Point On Arkansas’ Petit Jean Mountain

Petit Jean Mountain has inspired visitors for well over 10,000 years. Not only was it a gathering place for Native Americans, the area also inspired the creation of Arkansas’ first state park in the 1920s. Petit Jean State Park captures so many facets of Arkansas nature between its waterfalls, caves, unique rock formations, and overlooks. Every acre of the park needs to be explored but for today let’s just drink in the views from Stout’s Point, the most famed overlook on the mountain.

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Have you traversed to Stout’s Point yet? We would love to see your mountaintop photos in our Facebook group, Arkansas Nature Lovers. You should join for your chance to be featured (like Brennen Duffield today) and to discover why there’s nothing better than Arkansas’ stunning nature.

If you’d like to learn more history behind Petit Jean, you can read about the oldest state park here.

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