Regardless of the time of year, Crowley’s Ridge is beautiful. The 640 acres on which Lake Poinsett State Park sits are blooming with color every spring and summer, and then they turn every shade of red, yellow, and orange when the temperature starts to drop. The area was established as a state park in 1963.
If you wish to sit in a screened enclosure during your visit to Lake Poinsett State Park, then look for the pavilion. Otherwise, you can take a hike along the Great Blue Heron Trail. You can participate in various organized activities, including a Dutch oven cooking workshop.
“We adore this park! It’s right in my husband's hometown, so it’s very convenient when we go home to visit family. But it’s just so lovely at the park, in general, we look forward to going there every time we have to go home…” – Kimberly, RV Park Review