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More than 2.9 million acres are included within the three national forests in Arkansas: the Ozark National Forest, the St. Francis National Forest and the Ouachita National Forest. Hiking trails and campgrounds developed by the U.S. Forest Service show off the scenic points in these woodlands. Most of these campgrounds are located in ruggedly beautiful mountainous terrain, and are designed to blend into the landscape to preserve the atmosphere of each national forest in Arkansas. Other recreational opportunities you can find in any national forest in Arkansas include hiking trails, horseback or ATV trails, scenic drives, picnic areas, shooting ranges, and opportunities to watch wildlife, fish, hunt or canoe.

More than 2.9 million acres are included within the three national forests in Arkansas: the Ozark National Forest, the St. Francis National Forest and the Ouachita National Forest. Hiking trails and campgrounds developed by the U.S. Forest Service show off the scenic points in these woodlands. Most of these campgrounds are located in ruggedly beautiful mountainous terrain, and are designed to blend into the landscape to preserve the atmosphere of each national forest in Arkansas. Other recreational opportunities you can find in any national forest in Arkansas include hiking trails, horseback or ATV trails, scenic drives, picnic areas, shooting ranges, and opportunities to watch wildlife, fish, hunt or canoe.

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Picture of Arkansas - Ouachita National Forest
Arkansas - Ouachita National Forest
The Ouachita National Forest is known as the South's oldest and largest national forest. Ouachita is the French spelling of the Indian word "Washita," which means "good hunting grounds." Stretching from near the center of Arkansas to southeast Oklahoma, the rugged Ouachita Mountains offer a multitude of outdoor recreational opportunities.
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Picture of Arkansas - Ouachita National Recreation Trail
Arkansas - Ouachita National Recreation Trail
The Ouachita National Forest is known as the South's oldest and largest national forest. Ouachita is the French spelling of the Indian word "Washita," which means "good hunting grounds." Stretching from near the center of Arkansas to southeast Oklahoma, the rugged Ouachita Mountains offer a multitude of outdoor recreational opportunities.
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Picture of Arkansas - Ozark National Forest
Arkansas - Ozark National Forest
The Ozark National Forest covers 1.2 million acres in the Ozark Mountains of northern Arkansas. Exploring the Forest, you'll find the talled mountain in the State - Mount Magazine; and an incredible, living, underground cave - Blanchard Springs Caverns. The Ozark offers endless opportunities for adventure. As one of America's most scenic and picturesque areas, the Ozark provides a lot of the "natural" in Arkansas, the Natural State. A variety of developed and dispersed recreation opportunities await you on the Forest.
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Picture of Arkansas - Ozark National Forest - Magazine Ranger District
Arkansas - Ozark National Forest - Magazine Ranger District
The 100,000 acre Magazine Ranger District, located in west-central Arkansas, is home to one of America's great mountains. At 2,753 feet, Magazine Mountain is the highest point in Arkansas. This 7-mile long plateau is entirely cliff-rimmed and impressive.
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Picture of Arkansas - Ozark National Forest - Sylamore Ranger District
Arkansas - Ozark National Forest - Sylamore Ranger District
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Picture of Arkansas - St. Francis National Forest
Arkansas - St. Francis National Forest
The St. Francis National Forest in eastern Arkansas derives its name from the St. Francis River. It was established November 8, 1960, and is one of the smallest national forests, covering 21, 000 acres. Most of the forest is situated on Crowley’s Ridge, some is in the low flatlands along the Mississippi River. The St. Francis is the only place in the National Forest System where the public can experience, from the shoreline, the awesome grandeur of the “Father of Waters,” the mighty Mississippi River.
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