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Logoly State Park

Small but beautiful and worth a day trip

Check out the slide shows, pictures, videos, and information below.

Entrance Sign Logoly State Park

Small park, which was being upgraded when we visited.

Bridge on trail

Lovely bridge along the Crane's Fly Trail,

Logoly State Park is a small park of 378 acres and is the state's first environmental education center and is a laboratory for a State Natural Area. When we visited it in 2015, they were in the process of constructing a new visitor center. There is a nice trail around the small lake where one can see a lot of the natural resources in the park. There are a few tent sites for camping, but if you have a trailer or motor home and plan to stay over night, I suggest you stay at White Oak Lake State Park. If you are traveling and plan stay in a motel, look for something in El Dorado, Arkansas, not far from this park. You can also take in a number of state parks while staying in the area.

For more  information about this park check out the Arkansas State Parks website.

The Crane's Fly Trail is easy to walk and the short walk let's you see lots of trees, flowers, and wildlife. You will cross the bridge seen in the opening slideshow on this trail.

Arlene a Crane's Fly Trialhead

The Turtle Fascinated Us

For a hike through Crane's Fly Trail, take a look at this short video done by Krista McKinney
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