Cane Creek State Park, Star City
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Cane Creek State Park is a 2053acre Arkansas state park in Lincoln County, Arkansas in the United States. Straddling the Gulf Coastal Plain and the Mississippi Delta, the park includes the 1675acre Cane Creek Lake, a wooded lake which borders Bayou Bartholomew, the world's longest bayou. The park became a reality when the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Soil Conservation Service said it would provide federal funds to the project in 1973, prompting the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC) to pledge to build and maintain the lake within the park. The park is characterized by rolling wooded hills, deep draws, and steeply sloping ridges.RecreationCane Creek State Park offers many different opportunities for outdoor fun such as kayaking, fishing, mountain biking, backpacking, hiking, and geocaching. The Cane Creek Lake Trail is 15.5mi trail available for hiking or biking that offers hunting along the portion owned by the AGFC. The trail features several unique geological formations as a result of the Gulf Coast Plain meeting the Delta. The camping facilities include 29 class B campsites and one rent-a-RV. A climate-controlled pavilion and traditional pavilion as well as picnic tables are also available for use.Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Cane Creek State Park by using our Star City trip generator.
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The cleanest bathrooms I've seen in any park, and for under $40.00 you can rent a boat with a trolling motor for 4 hours, which for me is cheaper than maintaining a boat. Several hiking trails, from 2... read more »
I had a great time with our guide, Seth. He knows all about different parks in Arkansas and kept us entertained the whole time. I highly recommend him. Also, for $15 it is a great deal!
Great place to camp and fish or hike awesome trails and great place to carry the kids especially on Halloween this is an awesome place freindly staff and just all around GREAT time
Unless I was a fisherman and had a camper I would not camp here. So folks with tents, I'd recommend somewhere else.
The month of October the campers decorate thier campsites for Halloween and I mean extremiy .BEST I HAVE EVER SEEN!!!!!! Defiantly worth the drive. One night only they open for trick. or treaters before Halloween.WOW
Great place to camp, fish, hike or bike
Park personal were kind and helpful. The only thing we could find wrong were the park hours ,when personal was on hand was to short.
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