Arkansas' largest state park:

A work in progress

Posted: August 30, 2009 at 4:13 a.m.

Arkansas ' largest state park was largely unknown to most Arkansans until the opening of a new visitors center in May. Prior to that, many of the people who used the 12,000-plusacre Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area thought of it more as a wildlife management area where hunting was allowed. Although it was never a WMA, it is still the only state park where hunting is allowed.

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Through the Lens, Pages 16 on 08/30/2009


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