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Lake Chicot State Park
Lake Chicot State Park © Rickey Brown
Lake Chicot State Park Lake side RV location © Jay Boyd
several of these lake side locations have full hook ups and great views of the lake.
LAKE CHICOT STATE PARK
LAKE CHICOT STATE PARK
2542 Highway 257
Lake Village, Arkansas   71653

Phone: 870-265-5480
Reservations: 870-265-5480
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The Mississippi Delta's captivating beauty and recreational opportunities come together at Arkansas's largest natural lake, Lake Chicot. Cut off centuries ago when the Mississippi River changed course, this 20-mile long oxbow lake is a peaceful setting for fishing, boating, and bird watching. Fishing for crappie, bass, and bream is popular on the lake, especially on the upper end of Lake Chicot during spring and fall. Fishing for catfish is great throughout the year.

Located in the Mississippi Flyway, this park offers some of the best year-round birding opportunities in Arkansas. The park offers lake tours, levee tours, and other opportunities for you to view a variety of birds and other wildlife.

Nestled in a pecan grove, the park offers 122 campsites (39 Class AAA, 16 Class AA, and 67 Class B including several sites with Class C options), 14 cabins with kitchens (many with fireplace, lake view patio and fishing dock), a swimming pool (open in summer), picnicking, standard pavilions (screened), laundry and playground. The store/marina offers food, gifts, fuel and bait for sale. Here you'll also find boats, motors and personal water craft to rent, fuel, bait and a launch ramp. The visitor center features interpretive exhibits that tell of the area's history and natural resources. Bicycles can be rented here at the center.

Cabins
Our fully equipped housekeeping cabins include: sofa-bed, fireplace, full kitchen, bath/shower, air conditioner/heater, television w/ satellite reception. Also included are basic cooking utensils, dishes, pots, pans utensils, etc., range, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, blender, iron, and ironing board, blankets, pillows, towels and linens. Grill and picnic table are located on the patio. There are also telephones in the cabins. All cabins are ADA accessible. Lakeview cabins have fishing piers which are accessible to all cabin guests.

Camping
Nestled in a pecan grove, the park offers 122 campsites (Premium A with sewer, Premium B with sewer, Standard A, Standard B and Standard C), 14 cabins with kitchens (many with fireplace, lake view patio and fishing dock), a swimming pool (open in summer), picnicking, standard pavilions (screened), laundry and playground. The store/marina offers food, gifts, fuel and bait for sale. Here you'll also find boats, motors and personal water craft to rent, fuel, bait and a launch ramp. The visitor center features interpretive exhibits that tell of the area's history and natural resources. Bicycles can be rented here at the center.

Fishing
Fishing for crappie, bass and bream is popular on the lake, especially on the upper end of Lake Chicot during spring and fall. Fishing for catfish is great throughout the year.



Day Use Area
The pavilions at Lake Chicot State Park are perfect for birthday parties, family reunions, business parties and almost any type of group celebration. Contact the park to make your reservations.

Trails
Delta Woodlands Trail

Length: 1 mile Time: 1/2 - 3/4 hour Difficulty: Easy

Description: A variety of bottomland hardwoods encompass the trail at Lake Chicot State Park. Birds and wildflowers flourish in this rich area. Groves of mature pecan trees provide a safe haven for playful squirrels. A diversity of man's influence and nature is visible on this trail.

Location: 8 miles northeast of Lake Village on Hwy. 144


Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
August 23 WOW by BERRIE BOO
IM A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT AND I AM DOING A REPORT ABOUT THE STATE PARK AND I THINK THAT THIS WEBSITE IS PRETTY AWESOME AND I LOVE IT
May 2 this place is great by country girl
i am an high school student doin a report on here and loving it it has been a fun time
April 6 Outdoor Paradise!! by Cody Floyd
The cabins are beautiful as well as the views. Relaxation as its best. Fishing is great, kid frindly atmosphere, plenty of outdoor activities, wildlife etc.. This is an absoloulty amazing place to get away form it all. Staff is friendly and park is well taken care of. Marina is also just as nice as the rest of the park with great viewas from the windows. There are no downsides to this place. AMAZING!!!

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