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Buffalo River State Park (Arkansas)

Buffalo River State Park was an Arkansas state park, established in 1938, that was absorbed into Buffalo National River when the Federal park was established in 1972. The area is now known as Buffalo Point. The new state park was developed with Civilian Conservation Corps labor in 1939 with the construction of park structures to plans from the National Park Service Branch of Plans and Designs. The CCC structures now comprise a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. One Park, the highlight of which is 3 mile. The Indian Rockhouse trail is amazingly scenic with many a ...

Cherokee State Park (Oklahoma)

Cherokee State Park is a 43-acre Oklahoma state park located in Mayes County, Oklahoma. It is located near the city of Disney, Oklahoma. Cherokee State Park is located in northeastern Oklahoma on the west shore of Grand Lake o the Cherokees, one of Oklahomas largest lakes with over 59.000 acres and 1.300 miles of shoreline. The park consists of several smaller parks that are located near the Pensacola Dam and around the lake. The area is known for great fishing and a variety of water sports. Amenities include picnic sites, a group shelter, campsites, playgrounds, comfort stations, lighted ...

Crawford State Park (Kansas)

Crawford State Park is a state park in Crawford County, Kansas, United States, located 9 miles north of Girard. The 500-acre 200-hectare Park, located on 150 hectares 61 hectares of the lake, the cause of the civil conservation corps CCC in the 1930-ies. There are two registered archaeological sites within the boundaries of the parks, including the remnants of the American military Outpost of the 19th century. The interpretation trail connects the Park with the Kansas Department wildlife and parks Farlington fish hatchery, which was built shortly after the CCC completed construction of the ...

Natural Falls State Park

Natural Falls State Park is a 120 acres state-owned park in the Ozarks, in Delaware County, Oklahoma. It lies along U.S. Highway 412, near the Arkansas-Oklahoma state line. The property was privately-owned and known as Dripping Springs until 1990, when the state bought it. The previous owners had also used the property as an attraction and rest stop for travelers on the highway, featuring a swimming pool and gardens. The site was used in the production of the 1974 film "Where the Red Fern Grows".

Talimena State Park

Talimena State Park is an Oklahoma state park located in LeFlore County in eastern Oklahoma. The 20 acres park is at the Oklahoma entrance to Talimena Scenic Drive, about 7 miles north of Talihina, Oklahoma. and 20 miles south of Wister. It offers opportunities for camping, hiking, biking, and wildlife watching. Park on the Western tip of the Ouachita National recreation trail, which travels 359 miles 223 miles through the Ouachita mountains from Talimena state Park in the amount of payments to the West of little Rock, Arkansas. In 2010, this Park of about 7.600 visitors and earned $28.400 ...

Twin Bridges State Park

Twin Bridges State Park is a park on the north side of the Grand Lake o the Cherokees in northeastern Oklahoma. It was named for the two bridges that carry U.S. Highway 60 over arms of the lake that connect to the Neosho River and the Spring River. Twin Bridges State Park is known for its quiet country atmosphere and excellent fishing for trophy-sized bass, catfish, bluegill, and spoonbill. A fishing center with bait, tackle, and enclosed fishing dock is within the park. Lighted boat ramps, picnic areas, RV and tent campgrounds, snacks, lake huts, playgrounds, volleyball court, and horsesh ...