Mammoth Spring State Park, Mammoth Spring

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Mammoth Spring State Park is a 62.5-acre (25.3 ha) Arkansas state park in Fulton County, Arkansas in the United States. The park is located surrounding National Natural Landmark of the same name to provide recreation and interpretation for visitors. The park offers fishing, boating and hiking in addition to an Arkansas Welcome Center and restored 1886 St. Louis–San Francisco Railway (Frisco) depot operating as a railroad museum. The site became a state park in 1957, but the park continued to add area until 1975.
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  • This is located on US-63 very close to the state line between Arkansas and Missouri. We stopped for restrooms and walked the sidewalks around the site to view the spring, lake, and hydroelectric dam....  more
    This is located on US-63 very close to the state line between Arkansas and Missouri. We stopped for restrooms and walked the sidewalks around the site to view the spring, lake, and hydroelectric dam....  more »
  • Very nice, quiet walk around spring. Nice welcome center with friendly workers. Beautiful drive to and from the area. I would recommend anyone to see the area. 
    Very nice, quiet walk around spring. Nice welcome center with friendly workers. Beautiful drive to and from the area. I would recommend anyone to see the area.  more »
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  • We stumbled on this park on a road trip stop. Small park but quite pretty. The waterfall is very nice and the have a restored (but non functioning) hydro electric generator station you can check out. Pretty much all of the original gear, nicely restored that you can look over with nice explanatory signs posted throughout. Also a very nice/ clean visitor facility, restrooms, water fountains, bending machines etc... Quite nice.
  • A must see, right on the highway.

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