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The Lake Chicot State Park is a state park and recreation area in Lake Village, Arkansas. It is located at the southeastern corner of the state.

Offering 211.6 acres of area, the Lake Chicot State Park features the Lake Chicot, its namesake and the state?s largest natural lake. The park features 20 miles of its shores and is a popular site for fishing and bird watching. It is also used for boating and other recreational activities since the early 20th century. However, due to the polluting that it has suffered from the flooding in 1916 and the Mississippi levee, the need to restore and preserve the lake became apparent. Efforts to do so were taken during the mid-1900s.

Today, the Lake Chicot State Park offers a good amount of recreational opportunities as well as information about the local history of the area.
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