Approximately 3 million
acres of natural wonders await you at one of the three national
forests in Arkansas and Oklahoma.
Stretching from near the center of Arkansas
to southeast Oklahoma, the 1.8 million acre Ouachita
National Forest is the South's oldest national forest.
Breathtaking vistas attract many visitors to the Ouachita
National Forest covers 1.2 million acres, mostly in the
Ozark Mountains of northern Arkansas. You'll find the tallest
mountain in the State, Mount Magazine, and an incredible,
living underground cave - Blanchard Springs Caverns.
Francis National Forest covers 20,946 acres in eastern
Arkansas, one of the smallest and most diverse forests in
These forests are generously endowed with recreational
opportunities for camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, hunting,