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Woolly Hollow State Park, Greenbrier

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Wooly Hollow State Park is a 375-acre (152 ha) Arkansas state park in Faulkner County, near Greenbrier, Arkansas in the United States. The park was built and is based on a dam lake, Bennett Lake, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and Works Progress Administration (WPA) beginning in 1933. Access to the park is available from Arkansas Highway 285.
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  • Cute trails and swimming area on the small lake. There is a covered gazebo for fishing or gazing. Several trail options -we tried the Cabin Trail with my young son, and it was great. Pretty, quiet... 
    Cute trails and swimming area on the small lake. There is a covered gazebo for fishing or gazing. Several trail options -we tried the Cabin Trail with my young son, and it was great. Pretty, quiet...  more »
  • Probably one of my favorite parks I’ve stayed at! Our camper backed up to the beautiful lake! We kayaked! They had hiking and biking trails for us! Staff were so nice! Park was clean! Would go back... 
    Probably one of my favorite parks I’ve stayed at! Our camper backed up to the beautiful lake! We kayaked! They had hiking and biking trails for us! Staff were so nice! Park was clean! Would go back...  more »
  • This was a lovely State Park and I would like to come back and camp sometime. The park ranger was very nice. 
    This was a lovely State Park and I would like to come back and camp sometime. The park ranger was very nice.  more »
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  • Go in Spring you won't be disappointed. The falls are beautiful. Lots of rocks to climb on. The Rangers are so nice and the park is very clean. Lots of picnic tables. If you want to camp I understand you have to make reservations a couple of months in advance
  • Beautiful early Spring day. Took the hike all the way around the Lake. I bet it's busy when it's hot! Not much wildlife since the area had a recent prescribed burn. But it'll surely please! Mig loved it too! 🐾#EmBARKingwithMig
  • lovely little state park. Swim area is small but very clean and easy to wade into, with hard packed sand beach. Many picnic tables nearby and four in front of swim area. There are restrooms and the snack shack by this area. Paddle boats are $8 for two for an hour and located next to swim area. A few kayaks fir rent. No motorized boats allowed. life jackets available. Pole fishing only with five catfish pd limit. Camping by tent or RV.
  • Great place to hike and camp! The huckleberry trail is very pretty. I went when after it rained so the water was rolling good
  • Small state park, but well maintained with camping close to water. Nice visitors center! Shopping in nearby Greenbrier. I was impressed.

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