Lake Ouachita State Park Camping

Lake Ouachita State Park Cabins and Campsites

Staying overnight at Lake Ouachita State Park is a memorable experience. The park is located right on Lake Ouachita and is surrounded by the beautiful woodlands of Ouachita National Forest. Lake Ouachita State Park offers recreation from boating and fishing on the lake to watersports, hiking trails and guided tours. Some people come for the Three Sisters’ Springs, said to have curative powers. The park features a full-service marina with boat rentals and slips, and options for staying at the park including deluxe cabins and campsites.

Deluxe Cabins

For the ultimate experience, reserve one of the eight deluxe cabins nestled in a wooded location overlooking Lake Ouachita. These cabins offer contemporary styling designed to maximize lake views. The great room features large windows to frame the view and vaulted ceilings. There is a fully-equipped kitchen with a center island, a dining area and amenities including a wood-burning fireplace, flat screen satellite TV and a DVD player. The outdoor area has a deck with Adirondack chairs and a barbecue grill. Three-bedroom cabins can sleep up to ten people, and they are cooled and heated for year around comfort. There are also four multi-level cabins in the park with two or three bedrooms.

To reserve a cabin, call Lake Ouachita State Park at 800-264-2441.


There are more than 100 campsites sprinkled around the wooded lakeshore at Lake Ouachita State Park. Bathhouses with hot showers are convenient to all campsites. The majority of the campsites feature dual voltage electrical hookups and water hookups designed to be freeze proof. Many offer sewer hookups. 40 campsites provide a barbecue grill and a table, along with sewer hookups. For campers who seek off-season camping when campgrounds are less crowded, several sites remain open all year long.

To reserve a campsite, call Lake Ouachita State Park at 800-264-2441.

Lake Ouachita State Park Amenities

Lake Ouachita is popular for fishing for bream, largemouth bass, crappie, stripers and catfish. Guests can rent boats and canoes at the marina, and 70 boat slips are available. Vacationers at the park can enjoy waterskiing, snorkeling, scuba diving and sailing. Take a kayak and explore on your own, or take a guided kayak tour. There are hiking trails for nature lovers, birdwatchers and photographers.

Lake Ouachita State Park

5451 Mountain Pine Road

Mountain Pine, Arkansas 71956