DWG Map Jonesboro Arkansas US

Jonesboro, Arkansas is home to several nature parks and outdoor recreational areas that offer opportunities for hiking, bird-watching, picnicking, and enjoying the natural beauty of the region. Here are some nature parks and their descriptions in the Jonesboro area:

  1. Craighead Forest Park:
    • Craighead Forest Park is one of the largest and most popular natural areas in Jonesboro.
    • It features a picturesque 60-acre lake, surrounded by hiking and biking trails, picnic areas, and a playground.
    • The park is known for its diverse wildlife, making it an excellent spot for bird-watching and nature photography.
    • Visitors can also enjoy fishing, boating, and kayaking on the lake, and there are even camping facilities available for those looking to stay overnight.
  2. Forrest L. Wood Crowley’s Ridge Nature Center:
    • This nature center is dedicated to educating visitors about the unique ecosystem of Crowley’s Ridge, a geological anomaly in the region.
    • The center offers interactive exhibits, educational programs, and hiking trails that provide information about the local flora and fauna.
    • It’s a great place for families and nature enthusiasts to learn more about the environment of the Jonesboro area.
  3. Joe Mack Campbell Park:
    • Joe Mack Campbell Park is a smaller urban park in Jonesboro, offering a peaceful setting with walking trails, green spaces, and a fishing pond.
    • The park is a pleasant place for a leisurely stroll, a picnic, or some catch-and-release fishing.
  4. Arkansas State University Wildlife Sanctuary:
    • Located on the campus of Arkansas State University, this sanctuary provides an oasis of nature within the city.
    • It features walking trails, a wetland area, and bird blinds, making it an excellent spot for birdwatching and wildlife observation.
    • The sanctuary is often used for educational and research purposes by the university.

Please note that the availability of facilities and the condition of these parks may have changed since my last update. I recommend checking with local authorities or websites for the most up-to-date information on these parks and any new additions to the area’s natural attractions.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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