~Lake Chicot State Park~

Lake Chicot is situated in a grove of majestic wild pecans and ringed with cypress trees standing literally “up to their knees” in water along the nations’s largest natural oxbow remnant, a cutoff of the mighty Mississippi.

At the end of September we visited Lake Chicot State Park.  If you find yourself near Lake Village, Arkansas, stop in at this beautiful state park and spend a few days enjoying Lake Chicot. We envision stopping here again!

Scenes from our visit!

"Welcome to Lake Chicot State Park"
“Welcome to Lake Chicot State Park”
Lake Chicot, an oxbow remnant , a cutoff of the mighty Mississippi River
Lake Chicot, an oxbow remnant , a cutoff of the mighty Mississippi River
Sunset in Lake Chicot State Park
Up a Tree in Lake Chicot State Park
Sunset in Lake Chicot State Park
Sunset over Lake Chicot

I am so behind in posting. I hope to catch up, now that things have settled down! During the last few weeks we have visited family in Mississippi, attended a family wedding in Florida and visited with friends in Georgia. Tonight, I write this from a Florida State Park in Sebring, Florida called Highlands Hammock.

17 thoughts on “~Lake Chicot State Park~”

    1. Hi Janell! Thanks so much for mentioning the Egret “art” photos. He was pretty far away, but the calm lake and evening light made for sone “artsy” photos! Hope you are doing well!!

  1. I couldn’t believe it when I saw the title of this post. We will be near Lake Chicot in a few days and may be able to check it out. It’s easy to get behind on posts when you are on the road having fun! Enjoy Florida.

  2. Lake is a delight… but the raccoon is a true delight! Can’t help lovin’ that little furry face! Thanks for the exquisite pictures… as always, picture perfect photos!

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