Lake Bailey

Lake Bailey, Petit Jean State Park

Gallery: Petit Jean State Park and Petit Jean Mountain, Arkansas

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For information on the park and mountain, please see our Petit Jean Information page.

Petit Jean State Park, situated on Arkansas’s Petit Jean Mountain, which rises above the south bank of the Arkansas River between the Ozark and Ouachita mountain ranges, is 3,471 acres in size and was the first park in Arkansas’s system of state parks.  Buildings of log and stone, constructed during the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), are found in many areas of the park and impart a rustic feel. Petit Jean, the “flagship” of the Arkansas state park system, is managed by the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism.  Petit Jean is Arkansas’ only state park with its own airport.

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