Degray Lake Resort State Park, Bismarck

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Address: 2027 State Park Entrance Rd, Bismarck, AR 71929, USA

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DeGray Lake Resort State Park is a 984-acre (398 ha) Arkansas state park in Clark and Hot Spring counties, Arkansas in the United States. Situated in the Ouachita Mountains, the park features the 13,800-acre (5,600 ha) DeGray Lake, the park features a championship rated 18 hole golf course and Arkansas's only state park resort. The United States Army Corps of Engineers began constructing DeGray Dam on the Caddo River in 1963, and support for a state park began growing shortly after. The park was created in 1974, and the resort and golf course were added by 1975.

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Degray Lake Resort State Park lies in the city of Bismarck in United States. Degray Lake Resort State Park is easily missed on a visit to Bismarck.

Degray Lake Resort State Park is generally not available on the guided Bismarck tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.

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  • Stayed here in late October at Camp Area B. RV site included 30 Amp connection with water hookup. A dump station it at the entrance. Sites are roomy and area was very quiet despite being mostly occupied. My favorite thing about this park is the fact it is quiet and there are no street lights so you can see the stars through the pines at night and in the morning. Lake was down but the area for us was not all about the lake. There are multiple short walking trails and lots of deer. I mean there are deer everywhere. One note, even if you make a reservation on line you have to check in at the visitors center before you occupy during regular hours or before you leave if you come in after hours.

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  • This year is my family's 3rd time to come camp and lodge at DeGray Lake. My in-laws stay at the lodge and my husband and our 2 children stay in our RV. Everything is absolutely beautiful. You can take a sunset cruise or rent your own boat to explore the lake. It's absolutely beautiful. This place has a nostalgic feeling. The restaurant is decent with a great Buffet breakfast served on weekend's. I forgot to mention the 1hr long horseback riding trail. They also have a golf course, which we have never utilized but looks beautiful. If your looking for a great family friendly place for the weekend , DeGray Lake Resort is a must! Staff is very friendly and helpful as well. :)

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  • A beautiful state park, one of the nicest I've ever been in. We played golf at the park course, and it was really nice. There is a lodge in the park, we had lunch there. We ordered the pizza which was recommended by an employee of the lodge, and it was delicious. Beautiful views of Lake Degray.

  • We got here checked in and where surprised as how clean and nice everything was. We had power, and water so all we had to do is set up the tent. The lake was just around the corner so it was easy for us to get the kayaks out. I was surprised also at just how clean the bathrooms where. I highly recomend it.

  • We stayed at campsite #81 for four nights. The whole site was gravel so definitely bring slip on shoes to walk around in. We had one neighbor across the road and another through the woods. Some of the other sites were much closer together. The lake was a short hike through the woods on a well traveled path. The restroom/showers were a bit of a walk from our campsite. I highly recommend taking the Sunset Cruise(additional cost). The views were amazing and we learned so much about the history of the lake. I've included pictures of the campsite in case you're wondering about the layout. I know Google tends to show only the popular photos so click on the photos on my profile to view all 10 photos of the campsite.

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