Located where the West Gulf Coastal Plain and the Mississippi Delta meet, the peaceful Cane Creek State Park offers you the opportunity to explore two of Arkansas's distinct natural settings in one visit. Hike or bike the park's 2,053 acres of rolling woodlands, or paddle or fish on 1,675-acre Cane Creek Lake and experience the lush beauty and abundant wildlife that inhabit Arkansas's Mississippi delta lands. Just across the timber-filled lake, anglers and paddlers can also explore Bayou Bartholomew, the world's longest bayou.
Cane Creek State Park features campgrounds, picnic sites, two screened pavilions, a visitor center with exhibits and gift shop, launch ramp, barrier-free fishing piers, hiking trail, kayak trail, bathhouse, restrooms, and a playground. Recreational kayaks and bicycles can be rented at the visitor center.
Park staff offer guided walking, biking, kayaking, and birding tours, and other interpretive programs throughout the year.