The first state park in Arkansas was established by nature lovers who were inspired by the rugged Petit Jean Mountain. With three National Historic Districts located within Petit Jean State Park, its architecture alone is a sight to behold. By staying at the on-site campground, you’ll be able to explore the area’s forests, meadows, waterfalls and more.
You have a choice at Petit Jean State Park between a campsite on Lake Bailey and a spot in the woods. Regardless of your site’s location, a bathhouse and shower are close at hand. The dump station is centrally located so that everyone can reach it with ease.
“Beautiful well-kept state park that offers plenty for everyone…Lovely lake that you can canoe or kayak. Swimming pool at cabins, Wonderful hikes for all with waterfalls and beautiful views! Simply stunning at sunset!” – Phyllis, Trip Advisor Review