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Mount Magazine State Park, Paris

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Mount Magazine State Park is a 2,234-acre Arkansas state park in Logan County, Arkansas in the United States. Sporadically inhabited since the 1850s, the Mount Magazine area first became part of the Ouachita National Forest in 1938, was re-designated as part of the Ozark National Forest 1941, and became a state park after a 22 year process of conversion from the U.S. Forest Service to the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism. Mount Magazine is also Arkansas's highest point at 2,753 feet The park contains Mossback Ridge, including the peak of Mount Magazine which contains The Lodge at Mount Magazine, cabins, trails, and a hang gliding area.
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  • There are so many pull offs to stop an take in the view. We didn't stop and hike, but we did drive the circle around the lodge.  more »
  • This is such a beautiful place to visit and to think it is in our backyard... beautiful trails and an awesome first class lodge with excellent facilities. Highly recommend! Camp ground is great too!  more »
  • This place is a hidden jewel. The view is spectacular. Try the lodge restaurant, very good! There is a gift shop in there also and information on the area. Very interesting.  more »
  • Great location. Nice and friendly staff. Definitely worth staying in the cabins with hot tub. Cabins are comfy and makes u feel adventurous. It offers lots of activities.
  • This is a beautiful & enchanting place. It offers a great view of the River Valley in Arkansas. The park itself has great walking trails & the staff is friendly & very helpful. I love this park.
  • What's NOT to love? We went here yesterday for a family birthday. The cabin was VERY reasonably priced, well-appointed with a large fireplace, and a porch with a (awesome) view. The cabin looks woodsy - maybe rustic - without being at all dirty, cheap or grungy. To the contrary, the lighting, the television, and the kitchen/bath equipment were thoughtfully chosen. There weren't a lot of crowds there, so wifi was really pretty solid. I understand it is less reliable in the busy season. The restaurant was much better than we'd have expected from a state park facility: really delicious. We had spinach and artichoke dip. It was deliciously creative: not expected from an appetizer. The service was excellent. The main lodge is quite majestic and charming. We will be back.
  • Great views/trails. Hiking trails with varying levels of difficulty. Campgrounds on site.
  • Love love love!! Amazing view... Super comfortable beds! The food and staff were terrific We can't wait to go back!!