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Logoly State Park, Mc Neil

#76 of 87 in Nature in Arkansas
State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Logoly State Park is one of the 52 state parks of the Arkansas State Parks System, located in the Gulf Coastal Plain, 6 miles (10 km) north of Magnolia, 0.75 miles (1.2 km) east of McNeil, off U.S. Route 79 on Loyola Road (County Road 47) in southwestern Arkansas in the United States. The 368-acre (1.49 km2) park surrounds an area of mineral springs that have been known for over a century.

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  • Logoly State Park in south west Arkansas has a new designation as an environmental education park; and a whole host of resources to go along with it. The new visitor center has great hands on...  more »
  • I went with the 3rd graders on their field trip to Logoly. It is a very nice state park with trails and a playground. The visitor center and gift shop there are excellent. The guides are very...  more »
  • Our kids love ther playground at Logoly, but the welcome center and animals are their favorite part! The park rangers are friendly. They take the time to talk to the kids about the animals and oak. They will even take out the Speckled King Snake for the kids to touch and learn about. There are restrooms outside for the campers. There are also restrooms inside the welcome center. The women's room has a changing table, and the facilities indoor are very clean. The outdoor restrooms are well kept and easily accessible from the playground (which is great for younger kids who need to get to the restroom quickly). This is an excellent place for parties. The outside playground is fun for the kids. You can reserve party rooms in the welcome center, and the rangers will come in with one of the animals for the kids. If you want to grill, the grills and tables are near enough to the playground for the kids to play while adults cook and talk. I haven't spent the night at the park yet, but intend on taking the kids one weekend.
  • We had a blast here. My son had his birthday there and the playground was fun, however, we noticed a walking trail. We didn't get to experience that yet, but the information center and gift shop was pretty cool. Next time, we are doing the walking trail and taking our card and map and explore! Onward!

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