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Camping in Lake Ouachita State Park

Lake Ouachita State Park offers several different campsites for the convenience of their guests. Most of the campsites come equipped with a water view; however, there is one with a woodland view as well. Most of the campsites include water and electrical hookup. However, the campsite with the woodland view does not feature any hookups. There is also a hike-in campsite that is for tents only. The only thing this campsite offers guests is showers.


Camping is the main reason why individuals come to Lake Ouachita State Park. Individuals who do not like to rough it in nature have the option of renting one of the 3 bedroom or 2 bedroom cabins. All of the cabins come with bathrooms and the 3 bedroom cabins also come with a fireplace. The park also has hiking trails as well as boat rentals.

Things to do

Guests can come to Lake Ouachita State Park to fish, camp, hike, nature watch, fish, or ride boats. There are a number of different boats that the guests can rent including a fishing boat for individuals who want to go fishing out on a boat instead of on the dock.

Lake Ouachita State Park
5451 Mountain Pine Road
Mountain Pine 71956
Email: lakeouachita@arkansas.com
Phone Number: 501-767-9366

Operating hours
Visitor Center:
8AM to 5PM

8AM to 5PM

The cabins, campsites, boat tours, and marina boat rentals all have different fees per day, month, hour, and/or person. Individuals are encouraged to contact the Lake Ouachita State Park by phone or check out this brochure for a full list of fees.

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