DAISY STATE PARK
In this scenic setting in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountain, Lake Greeson, the Little Missouri River, and Daisy State Park make a winning combination for outdoor enthusiasts. Lake Greeson, 7,000 acres of clear water and mountain scenery, delights water enthusiasts. Catches of black and white bass, stripers, crappie, catfish, and bluegill account for its popularity with anglers.
The Little Missouri joins four other popular float streams that offer challenging spring and early summer trout fishing.
Situated on Lake Greeson's shore, Daisy State Park is the perfect camp for enjoying this area's many outdoor recreational opportunities.
Park facilities include 103 campsites (26 Class A, 56 Class B, and 21 Tent sites); picnic areas, a standard pavilion (screened) with restrooms, launch ramps, hiking trails, a playground, and a motorcycle/mountain bike/ATV trail.
Located in Kirby, Arkansas, the park was established in 1957. It spans over 276 acres and includes Lake Greeson shoreline. The area is known for its outdoor activities including fishing and boating.
The land originally belonged to Native American tribes before European settlers arrived during America's westward expansion. In the early twentieth century, it became a popular site for mining quartz crystals.
In addition to recreational facilities like campsites and picnic areas, there are also historical sites within the park such as old mineshafts from its mining days.
Over time environmental conservation efforts have been implemented to preserve local flora & fauna while maintaining visitor accessibilities.
Park facilities include 103 campsites including Standard B, Premium D, Preferred B sites and Tent sites; picnic areas, a standard pavilion (screened) with restrooms, launch ramps, hiking trails, a playground, and a motorcycle/mountain bike/ATV trail.