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  • The Lodge at Mount Magazine, the park's mountain resort lodge, offers first-class accommodations, classic Southern cuisine, and sweeping views from the south bluff of Arkansas's high point, 2,753-foot Mount Magazine.
  • The Hearth Room in The Lodge at Mount Magazine is a comfortable setting for meeting other guests and relaxing while enjoying Mount Magazine.
  • The rustic warmth of the lodge's Skycrest Restaurant is accented by the sweeping view from 2,753-foot Mount Magazine framed by the dining room's large windows.
  • Lodge accommodations include four, two-room corner suites that include hot tubs, a gas fireplace, and two balconies offering breathtaking views from two different perspectives.
  • Many guest rooms include hot tubs and balconies. All 60 rooms features sweeping views of the Petit Jean River Vally and distant Blue Mountain Lake.
  • The lodge's conference/meeting facility can be divided into three meeting rooms or opened up to accommodate banquet seating for up to 192 persons. This venue is popular for weddings, business meetings, and family reunions.
  • Even the lodge's indoor, heated pool features views from the bluff of Mount Magazine.  Available year-round to lodge and cabin guests, the pool area includes a hot tub.  An adjacent fitness area adds to the amenities.
  • The grand patio on the south side of The Lodge at Mount Magazine is a perfect setting for enjoying the view from the bluff. Sunsets are particularly dramatic seen here from Arkansas's high point, and the stars are spectacular when viewed from this lofty setting.
  • Mount Magazine State Park includes 13 cabins that are spaced along the bluff from both sides of The Lodge at Mount Magazine.
  • The park's 13 cabins share the same bluff as The Lodge at Mount Magazine. Featuring one-, two-, and three-bedroom designs, the cabins offer fully-equipped kitchens, fireplaces, a bathroom for each bedroom, and covered decks with outdoor hot tubs facing the view from the bluff.
  • The park's spacious, fully-equipped cabins include satellite television and WiFi connections.
  • Each of the 13 park cabins features a covered deck with an outdoor hot tub facing the view from the bluff of Mount Magazine.
  • Choose from 18 campsites at Mount Magazine State Park.
  • A favorite with motorcyclists, Mount Magazine offers you scenic routes and spectacular overlooks that include one where you can watch hang gliders take off to ride the thermals high above the Petit Jean River Valley.
  • Rock climbing is just one of the many adventure activities to be enjoyed at Mount Magazine State Park. Mount Magazine is the Arkansas state park systems' most dramatic location for technical rock climbing.
  • For many guests, fall is their favorite season at Mount Magazine when the foliage in the surrounding Ozark National Forest is ablaze with yellows, reds, and oranges dotted with the greens of Eastern red cedars.
  • Winter at Mount Magazine has its own magic. Enjoy the wide open views while the deciduous trees have lost their leaves. Relax in the park lodge by the wood-burning fireplaces.
  • A snowfall at Mount Magazine can turn the scenery into a winter wonderland, as seen her from one of the park cabins looking towards the lodge.
  • Mount Magazine State Park is the premier place to watch butterflies in Arkansas. Butterflies migrate here, and the mountain is home to 86 of the state's 134 resident butterfly species. The uncommon Diana Fritillary, designated as Arkansas's official state butterfly in 2007, is the mountain's most famous resident. The park hosts its annual Mount Magazine International Butterfly Festival each spring.
  • There is something for everyone to enjoy at Mount Magazine State Park.
  • The annual Mount Magazine International Butterfly Festival at Mount Magazine State Park is a great way for children to connect with the natural world. Plenty of Arkansas State Parks interpreters are on hand to make it a very educational, fun, and memorable experience for all.


The Lodge at Mount Magazine, the park's mountain resort lodge, offers first-class accommodations, classic Southern cuisine, and sweeping views from the south bluff of Arkansas's high point, 2,753-foot Mount Magazine.


The Lodge at Mount Magazine, the park's mountain resort lodge, offers first-class accommodations, classic Southern cuisine, and sweeping views from the south bluff of Arkansas's high point, 2,753-foot Mount Magazine.
 
 

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