Lake Chicot State Park, Lake Village
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Lake Chicot State Park is a 211.6acre Arkansas state park in Chicot County, Arkansas within the Arkansas delta. The park is located along Lake Chicot, a 22mi oxbow lake that was formerly the main channel of the Mississippi River. The lake, formerly a polluted eyesore for the area, has been restored to its current condition through the cooperation of many agencies to return its natural, cultural and recreational value. As the state's largest natural lake and the largest oxbow lake in the United States, Lake Chicot State Park features unique fishing and camping opportunities among large cypress trees, creating a bayou environment for both wildlife and visitors.DescriptionNestled in a pecan grove, the park offers 122 campsites, 14 cabins with kitchens, a swimming pool, picnicking, standard pavilions, laundry and playground. The park operates a combination store/marina which offers food, gifts, fuel and bait for sale and also rents boats, motors and personal water craft and operates a launch ramp. The visitor center features interpretive exhibits that tell of the area's history and natural resources and also rents bicycles.Add Lake Chicot State Park to your Lake Village travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Lake Village vacation trip planner.
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We have stayed here since I was little. We have always enjoyed the place. The campgrounds are nice, they have electricity and water, there are also sites along the lake that are beautiful and those ha... read more »
The website looked like all the cabins were booked up when I tried several times to schedule, so I assumed they were busy and all booked up. I should have tried calling as that might have yielded diff... read more »
Forgot how hot it can be in July (a plus since large watermelons were in season and easy find. Cabin was nice with a few rough spots (screen in the screen door cut, a few burners on the stove that did... read more »
Older campground. The camp sites can get soggy after a good rain. The cabins are what I would consider fishing cabins...b/c the fishing is great! Some of the cabins have boat docks and water access. Some do not. The visitor center and marina are exceptional. Plenty of educational programs and children's activities for those that don't like to fish.
I really had a good time there.
Great fishing, and relaxation.
Great place to visit
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