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This state park covers many sq. miles of natural habitat for animals, plants, wildflowers. Amenities include spaces for camping, fishing, canoeing, paddle-boating, picnicking, mushroom hunting - many, many other activities in this beautiful State Park.
We have camped and hiked many times at Siloam Springs. The camp sites are very nice but tend to fill up quickly. Hiking in the snow is lots of fun. We have also hosted boy scout beginner repelling. In the spring there are lots of...More
It's too bad that this park is not promoted more. 200+ camp sites for either RV's or tents, electric hook ups 50/30 amp and 120 volt plugs. Water is available, just not at individual camp sites. If you have water tanks, fill them before parking....More
We stayed here for two nights in the pine grove campground. It was so neat and- oh, the smell!!! Wake up, walk outside and take a deep breath and the smell of the pine was amazing!! Our site had some issue with the electricity..kept kicking...More
A quiet state park. Kids can play in the creek. Walk the trails and enjoy nature. There is a huge lake, nice sheltered clubhouse, campers parking. Just a place to have a good time without the daily grind.
We were first attracted to the hiking trails and scenic looks, but then we also fished here, and got to stargaze here two nights in a row a couple weeks back. Perfect place to star gaze with our telescope. Got to see some wild turkeys...More
A nice reprieve from traveling on the road. I stopped here while I was driving from one small town to another and it was nice to get out of the car, stretch my legs and take some photos while I was at it.
I have enjoyed riding horses on Siloam's equine trails several times over the past couple years. I learned this summer to call first, though. When we arrived the trails were closed (in August due to April/May flooding). I had been on their website just the...More
Siloam Springs is a beautiful little gem for locals to enjoy the outdoors. They have fishing, boating, beautiful hiking trails, creeks for wading, etc. Several pavilions are excellent for family reunions or other large groups.
Mostly though, we love Siloam Springs for their camping. There...More