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Mammoth Spring State Park, Mammoth Spring

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Mammoth Spring State Park is located in Mammoth Spring. Take a look at our Mammoth Spring vacation trip planner to schedule your visit to Mammoth Spring State Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • This spring is in town and right on the main road so you don't have to go out of your way or down gravel roads. There is a nice paved trail to follow with markers that show the history of the spring. ...  more »
  • We camped close to mammoth springs over spring break. The park is also at the Arkansas welcome center. There is a great photo op by the spring. There is a train depot museum that was not overly exciti...  more »
  • Pretty place to stop and have lunch. We ate at a local restaurant with a view over the water. We enjoyed our visit. There is a building dedicated to education about the types of fish in the area and a...  more »
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  • This is a lovely gem of a small state park located on the Arkansas/Missouri border. There is a small visitor center with nice restrooms and a short 0.6 mile interpretive walking trail around the lake (be sure to pick up the trail guide). There are picnic areas with covered pavilions. The spring usually pumps out about 9 million gallons per minute, but the day we visited the meter was reading 13.18 million gallons per minute - probably due to the heavy rains in the area. It is amazing to see a good sized river just appearing out of the ground. The spring is the start of the appropriately named "Spring River" which flows south. When traveling Highway 63 is it a really nice place to stop for a look.
  • This place is really cool! Lots of information. Not just about the spring, but also about the town and other things. Really neat little place.
  • I was baptized here! It is absolutely BEAUTIFUL. The water is crystal clear and just magical! I am Wishing I was there right now
  • Beautiful Park and Grounds, with a great little Railroad Museum inside an Historic Rail Depot. It is an excellent spot to stop for a rest from the road. The trail is only about a 15 minute walk and quite refreshing. Arkansas really knows how to take care of their state parks!