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The Logoly State Park is a state park and recreation area in McNeil, Arkansas. It is best noted for being Arkansas? first environmental education park.

The Logoly State Park is believed to be inhabited once by Native Americans, as suggested by artifacts found in the park. However, since most of the areas surrounding the park is covered with mature timber stands, only a few artifacts were found and no detailed archaeological surveys were conducted to learn whether village sites once stood in the vicinity.

In any case, the natural setting of the Logoly State Park is well conserved. It is now available for camping, picnicking, and hiking. The site also serves as a living laboratory for students and visitors, making nature study another one of the top activities at the site.
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