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The Crowley's Ridge State Park is a state park and historic site in Paragould, Arkansas. It is located along the forested hills of Northeast Arkansas.

Named after Benjamin Crowley, an explorer and immigrant who, along with his family, first settled in the area, the Crowley's Ridge State Park is also best known for the Crowley Ridge (where the park is named after). The ridge is a unique geologic formation, measuring 210 in length and rises up to 200 feet in some portions. It functions as a natural division for the delta region of the state.

The Crowley's Ridge State Park is also historic mostly for being one of the many state parks where the Civilian Construction Corps worked on. Many of the original log and stone structures are still at the site, which gives the park a rustic feel.
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