Quiet and Relaxing
A really nice, quiet state park located about 50 miles north of the Little Rock metro area. All sites are full hookup, mostly level but some side to side leveling is probably needed, all have asphalt paved pads. Generous space between sites. Around some of the sites could use more grass, there was quite a bit of rain while we were here and it left dirty, muddy residue in many spots on our particular pad and our hoses and electrical cord.
The lake is small but also very quiet and safe, trolling motors are the only motorized means of power that is allowed. The rangers office can rent canoes and kayaks by the hour or half-day. Small swimming beach with lifeguard on duty during the summer months. There is a small fee to swim during this time. Nice fishing pier but bank fishing is readily available and very popular.
Take some time to hike the Huckleberry Trail; there is also a mountain bike trail about 9 miles in length. If you aren't biking it can still be hiked in sections. Also the original Woolly Cabin is interesting to visit.
Received several channels via the over-the-air antenna including all of the major networks. Some sites can support satellite reception, most do not. There is now wifi available near the check-in station and gift shop.
We enjoyed our visit over 4 nights in our travel trailer and would return.