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The Lake Frierson State Park is a state park and recreation area in Jonesboro, Arkansas. It is located on top of the Crowley?s Ridge in the northeast region of the state.

Featuring the 335-acre Lake Frierson, the Lake Frierson State Park was named for Charles Frierson, a Jonesboro attorney who made great contributions in the securing of the property, instrumental to the establishing of the site. The site offers a peaceful spot for relaxation, as well as an excellent year round destination for fishing. Visitors can also enjoy camping, picnicking, hiking, and boating at the site. They also have a visitor center with interpretive exhibits, telling the public more about the local natural and cultural history.

The Lake Frierson State Park is best visited during the spring, with all of the wild dogwoods in bloom all throughout the park.
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