MORO BAY STATE PARK
You'll find one of the most popular fishing and water sport areas in south central Arkansas where Moro Bay and Raymond Lake join the Ouachita River at Moro Bay State Park. Park facilities include 20 campsites (five Class A and 15 Class B), picnic sites, a store, marina with boat rentals and gas pump, standard pavilion (screened), playground, trails, and the Moro Bay Ferry exhibit featuring a historic tugboat and barge.
Located in Bradley County, Arkansas, the park was established in 1929. It covers a total area of approximately 247 acres. The site is known for its unique intersection of four different bodies of water: Moro Bay, Raymond Lake, Jaunita Lake and the Ouachita River.
The park's facilities were constructed by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) during the Great Depression era around mid-1930s to early '40s. These include cabins that are still used today.
In addition to camping and cabin rentals, it offers various recreational activities like fishing and boating with equipment rental services available on-site.
It also features an exhibit hall showcasing local wildlife species as well as historical artifacts from CCC-era construction projects at this location.
Over time it has become popular among tourists due to its rich biodiversity including several bird species making it ideal for bird watching enthusiasts too.
Each cabin will be fully-equipped and feature a great room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. These 1,100-square-foot designs will also include an outside living area furnished with a picnic grill and table. One cabin will be a barrier-free design to meet the needs of visitors with disabilities. They are located near the entrance to the park and all overlook Moro Bay.
1. Moro Bay State Park offers 20 campsites with water and electric hookups for RVs or tents.
2. The park also provides a Rent:An-RV option, fully equipped with basic amenities.
3. Primitive camping is available in designated areas within the state park boundaries.
4. Group camp facilities are offered to accommodate larger parties of campers at once.