Eagle tours at Arkansas State Parks

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MONROE, LA (KNOE) - Looking for an adventure? Join a park interpreter for a guided eagle-watching tour on DeGray Lake. We'll search for wintering bald eagles, ospreys, loons, herons, grebes, ducks, and more. Bring binoculars if you have some and be sure to dress for the weather. It is normally chillier and windier on the lake than it is on land. We suggest you dress in layers and don't be afraid to bring too much warm clothing Reservations can be made beginning noon the day before at the marina, (501) 865-5841. A minimum of six passengers must be registered one hour prior to departure. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early, because the boat must depart on time.

Courtesy: Meg Matthews

FIRST DAY HIKES
Admission: Free
Meeting Place: TBA
Start the new year off with a healthy lifestyle for the whole family. You can explore nature and engage in physical activity while taking family-friendly hikes through the park. We are joining forces with hikers at state parks across the nation to ring in the new year! #firstdayhikes #arstateparks

Arkansas's 52 state parks are natural treasures set on gorgeous mountains, lakes, streams, and forests. Enjoy endless outdoor fun, whether you're a hiker, biker, wildlife watcher, or whitewater paddler — these parks have something for everyone. Guided park programs and activities will also help you get in touch with nature and create lifelong memories. Park lodges, cabins, and campsites offer unforgettable stays in scenic settings

About Arkansas State Parks
Our Mission

Arkansas State Parks enhance the quality of life through exceptional outdoor experiences, connections to Arkansas heritage, and sound resource management.

Our goal is for you to experience excellent hospitality and to form a personal connection to the parks. We honor tradition while seeking innovation, aiming to be treasured and relevant for generations to come.

We are committed to providing quality recreational and educational opportunities, preserving natural, historical, and cultural resources, enhancing the economy, and leading in resource conservation.