Trip to Mammoth Springs State Park

Mammoth Spring State Park is a 62 1/2 acre state park in Fulton County, Arkansas. It’s Arkansas’ largest spring, with an average hourly rate of almost 10 million gallons of 58-degree water.
While it’s a perfect place for canoeing and trout fishing, there is also the 1886 Frisco Depot Museum to visit. Picnic sites, pavilions, nature trails, and even an early hydroelectric power dam is located there.
Owen Epperson, Jenny Harris and Heather Mays visited Mammoth Spring State Park on April 10 with Program Managers Val Pringle and Jaime Grider. They enjoyed the walking trail, sight seeing and watching the birds and ducks.



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