About Hobbs State Park

Hobbs is Arkansas’s largest state park, spanning a 12,054-acre tract of Ozark landscape along the southern shore of Beaver Lake. It’s an asset to the ecosystem and water with minimum human impact. Highlights of this day-use park include a diverse, 36-mile trail system with hiking, ADA, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails, 5 primitive campsites, and a public outdoor shooting range (closed Mondays for maintenance). It’s the only state park in Arkansas to allow regulated hunting. The visitor center includes exhibits about the park’s natural resources, limestone landscape, and history. Interpretive programs and workshops are offered throughout the year.