Treat your family to a truly unique outdoor adventure at Cane Creek State Park. Located on a 1,675 acre lake best know for its prime fishing, Cane Creek State Park has quickly become a popular year-round Arkansas vacation and day trip destination for kayaking, hiking, biking and wildlife viewing.
Located near Star City, Arkansas, where the West Gulf Coastal Plain and the Mississippi Delta meet, this unusual park offers visitors the opportunity to explore two of Arkansas's distinct natural settings.
Along the Kayak TrailsCane Creek State Park's kayak 'trails' take you on a special adventure through striking aquatic vegetation including bald cypress trees, lily pads and the spectacular American lotus blossoms. Paddle past beaver lodges, Osprey and American bald eagle nests, and woodpecker holes. Beginner friendly kayaks make kayaking in Cane Creek State Park another "must do" Arkansas family adventure. Moonlight and day-time guided kayak tours are available.
Where the Wildflowers & Wildlife BloomBe sure and pick up your Native Plants Guide when you visit us in the spring, summer and fall. Cane Creek State Park features over 30 species of beautiful wildflowers native to the area.
Keep an eye out for magnificent butterflies, white tail deer, raccoon, birds and other wildlife along the park trails. Visit us for the annual Eagle Migration Watch and be the first to spot the bald eagle coming home for the winter.
Year Round AdventuresNature thrives all year long at Cane Creek State Park. Star watchers come out at night, and ghosts and goblins even join us for our annual Halloween Hayride and Haunted Park. That's why we offer year-round educational programs, guided tours, special events and camping and picnicking facilities.
The park also features:
Recreational kayaks and bicycles can be rented at the visitor center, and camping enthusiasts can even Rent-an-RV that sleeps up to eight people. Come see us soon and often for an adventure of a lifetime.
Directions: To reach Cane Creek State Park from Star City, travel five miles east on Ark. 293 to the park.
For more information visit arkansasstateparks.com or contact:
P.O. Box 96