Spread out across 62.5 acres of vast landscape, Mammoth Spring State Park, an Arkansas state park in Fulton County, was established in 1957. It’s Arkansas’s largest spring and the second largest spring in the Ozark Mountains. With waters flowing at an average hourly rate of 10 million gallons of 58-degree water, the Mammoth Springs are known as one of the great natural wonders of the mid-South. The end of the springs creates Spring River, which attracts thousands of people each year for canoeing and trout fishing.
Famously known as the 10th largest spring in the world, this local gem is just south of Missouri border. The park offers a variety of recreational activities to explore and enjoy including fishing, boating, and hiking. Holiday Inn Express & Suites just a 30-minute drive from this stunningly scenic local attraction is a popular choice for guests looking for a nearby stay.
There is a strong legacy that stands behind not only Mammoth Spring State Park, but also all of the stunning state parks within Arkansas. Mammoth Spring offers the 1886 Frisco depot that dates back to an early 1900’s train station. Just outside a breathtaking park, with old remnants of a mill and hydroelectric plant also reflect and tell a lot of the story surrounding Mammoth Spring. The Arkansas Park Welcome Center also has an abundance of information the area’s history and natural resources
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Arkansas’ largest spring and a National Landmark, the spring flows millions of gallons every hour. Visit the lake, hike the trails, or have a picnic with your family nearby.