Because words can’t describe…

Instead of a regular post today we decided to leave you with a lovely visit to The Lodge at Mount Magazine State Park.

The Lodge at Mount Magazine opened in the Spring of 2006 and is one of the great vacation attractions of Arkansas. All rooms and cabins have a view off the bluff-line overlooking the Petit Jean River Valley and Blue Mountain Lake. All cabins have a hot tub on the deck with the same view. Amenities include the Skycrest Restaurant, Conference center, free broadband internet access, indoor pool and fitness center, business center and gift shop.

Also in the park are miles of hiking trails including the Signal Hill Trail which takes you to the highest point in Arkansas. A state-of-the-art Visitor Center greats visitors with exhibits of the mountains’ natural and cultural history and wildlife viewing areas. The park is also known for its wonderful programs that immerse you into the flora and fauna of the mountain. A slow drive through the park should include the Cameron’s Bluff Drive which has several overlooks.

Besides the lodge and cabins the park has a beautiful modern campground. Reservations can be made online or by calling 1-479-963-8502 for the campground or 1-877-MM-Lodge for the lodge and cabins. We look forward to your next visit.

3 Responses to Because words can’t describe…

  1. Padraic says:

    My wife and I have had the privilege of working on the fabrication of the exhibits in the Visitor Center. We visited shortly after the opening and stayed two nights in the camp area during the fall. The spectacular vistas and trails were wonderful. We plan to return this spring for another camp. The area is a must for anyone who enjoys Arkansas’ splendid outdoor treasures.

  2. I’ll see if we can get a good story about Mt. Nebo State Park soon Kathy. I know they have a lot to write about.

  3. Kathy says:

    Mt Magazine is a beautiful place but I don’t think enough is posted about Mt Nebo. It’s true, Mt Nebo doesn’t have all the hot tubs and state of the art amenties but a lot of people like myself want to ” go back in time ” and Mt Nebo is the place for that.

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