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Prepare for soaring mountains under a sparkling blue sky when camping at Mount Magazine State Park in Paris, Arkansas. Located in the rich northwestern region of Arkansas, you’ll find the scenic Subiaco, a mere 25-minute drive from the park, and the exciting city of Booneville, a little over 40 minutes away. Boasting the highest altitudes in all of Arkansas, the park offers breathtaking views of the valley, vast azure lakes, neighboring peaks, and so much more.
Legendary for the medicinal properties of its cool, clear waters and fresh mountain air, Mount Magazine State Park was once home to a host of early Arkansas settlers. Farmers filled the mountains with luscious crops and miles of pastures until the Great Depression shattered the nation and forced farmers to abandon their homes. However, the area was destined for the world to enjoy and was declared an official state park in 1998. Today, Paris campers can delight in magnificent views, luxurious RV camping, fun hang-gliding, scenic hiking, daring rock climbing, and more!
The park features just over 14 miles purely devoted to hiking. Journey up to the tip of Signal Hill, where the 2,753-foot elevation marks the highest point in all of Arkansas, or backpack some of the park’s longer trails which connect to the Ozark National Forest. One of the benefits of hiking the one-and-a-half-mile trail is the massive highpoint monument: a 400-foot stone map of the six natural divisions of Arkansas.
Looking to enjoy the views in a more relaxed setting on your Mount Magazine State Park camping adventure? Walk along the two-mile-long Benefield Loop Trail, where you might catch glimpses of unique flora and fauna. Have fun searching for species such as the Wood’s False Hellebore, a green plant that looks like it's been crafted from sugared marzipan, or the western wallflower, a burst of orange flowers that blooms in rocky soil while strolling this trail.
If you're a thrillseeker, then slide on over to the Mount Magazine State Park Visitor Center to register for some white-knuckled rock climbing at Mount Magazine. Not only does the mountain hold the highest elevation in Arkansas, but it also creates the perfect atmosphere for rock climbers to try their hand at some hardcore climbing. From technical and sport climbing to rappelling and traditional Arkansas bouldering, this mountain has it all.
If you’re in love with the mountain views, but find that rock climbing isn’t your thing, then take a chance hang gliding at Mount Magazine. A spectacular sport that provides fun for the viewer and the doer alike, hang gliders can register right at the park's visitors' center for a thrilling experience. Soaring high above the mountain range, woodland colors bursting to life below you, you’ll create a memory that will last a lifetime.
Although the visitors' center is used to register for these extreme sports, it's also put to use in cultivating the perfect environment for showcasing Mount Magazine State Park. Filled with 8,000 feet of boundless history, a fragrant garden, audiovisual programs, and so much more, the visitors' center is a haven of learning for locals and travelers alike.
Park that RV rental over at Mount Magazine State Park Campground, where 18 campsites await you in a cozily forested environment. Situated near the ledge of a huge drop-off, the former Cameron Bluff Campground showcases brilliant views all from the comfort of your campsite. Pets are welcome here, and you’ll definitely want to bring them along to walk some of the convenient nature trails around the campground.
Bundle up nice and warm with a hot cup of coffee fresh from your coffee pot, as each site offers water and electric hookups. Sewer hookups are also available, along with an RV dump station, hot showers, and flush toilets. Mount Magazine State Park campers will enjoy convenient amenities to create the luxurious vacation that their hearts desire.
Although Paris, Arkansas is not quite the same as Paris, France, the west side of town still boasts its very own Eiffel Tower. Bring the family on over to Eiffel Tower Park, where you can snap your very own memorable family photo alongside the 25-foot-tall tower that doubles as a spectacular water fountain. Or head over to the Paris-Logan County Coal Miners Memorial for an educational dive into the town’s history in coal mining. View hundreds of colorful artifacts, photographs, and monuments all commemorating local coal miners.
Also in town is the Cove Lake Recreation Area, a beautiful spot nestled upon a 160-acre mountain lake. This cozy spot offers swimming, canoe and boat rentals, fishing, and hiking all for state park RV campers to enjoy. Escape from the hot summer sun under shaded trees while the kids splash about in the lake, or jump right on in with them for an afternoon treat. A mere ten-minute drive away from your campsite, Cove Lake creates an ideal destination when paired with Mount Magazine State Park.
Running low on gas and groceries? Breathe easy in downtown Paris, as numerous grocery stores and gas stations cater to your needs. If you're in search of some nourishment, stay in town for a variety of dining options. Fine dining, bistro, barbecue, grill, bakeries, Mexican, and fast food all await you right in town. Or head back to Mount Magazine State Park for a fine dining experience at the park's own restaurant that will dazzle and delight the senses. Overlooking a panorama of beauty through floor to ceiling windows, travelers can enjoy flavorful Arkansas food while relaxing in the rustic atmosphere. Rent an RV in Logan County today for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!