Mount Nebo State Park, Dardanelle
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Mount Nebo State Park is located in Dardanelle. Our Dardanelle vacation generator makes visiting Mount Nebo State Park and other Dardanelle attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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The drive up is trecherous, there's no doubt about that. Be prepared for some crazy switchbacks. Made me think i was in Colorado. Watch out for people hiking up the road, they seem to like to do that,... read more »
The hardest part of visiting this state park is the 4 mile 18% grade (steep) road with hair pin turns leading up to the park. Once you get there, you are on top of the mountain, and there is a sunrise... read more »
Camped in #14 (bring a rake-hickory nuts) Beautiful view and nice size campsites. Big ground grill for night time bonfires and small standing grill for cooking. Bathrooms are really clean and the show... read more »
This is a gorgeous, dog friendly trail that loops around the edge of the mountain, so you have a beautiful, breath-taking mountain view almost the whole time. There is a spot near the visitor center that has a hook-in for hang gliders, so if you come at the right time, you can watch people run and jump off the cliff! There is also camping and amazing cabins to rent! It seemed like all of the cabins had an amazing view! If possible, spend several days staying here or at least a whole day of hiking!!
Beautiful views, wonderful cabins, grwat fairly easy hiking. Just an all out great place to get away.
Mt Nebo is probably the most quiet, natural park I have been to. The road to the top is no joke but it might also ensure this park remains so nice. The views from just about anywhere on the top would be hard to beat. The cabins are very cool and we'll equipped. This is a great place to shut the World out.
This is one of the coolest state parks around. I love it when people are up there hangliding. It is very fun to watch. Great views.
Excellent park and well-maintained. The Ranger on duty when we were there was not exactly the most friendly, but not evil either, just not particularly helpful. She seemed more interested in getting back to whatever was going on with her computer than entertaining questions from tourists! Otherwise, the park is nicely maintained with clearly marked signs, which even provided information on trail skill level. We look forward to going back when he have more time to explore. The falls that originally drew us there were but a trickle that day.
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