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The Village Creek State Park is a state park and recreation area in Wynne, Arkansas. It is the second largest state park in terms of acreage in all of Arkansas.

Covering 6909 acres, the Village Creek State Park is home to the unique topography, plant communities, and geology of Crowley?s Ridge, where the site is situated. The site is home to a lush, mixed hardwood forest with oak, hickory, Kentucky Coffeetree, Butternut, Basswood, Cucumbertree, and many other hardwood trees. It is named after a stream that flows through the site.

The Village Creek State Park is popular for various recreational activities including horseback riding as well as hiking. It has 25 miles of multi use trails that runs through rolling hills and hardwood forests. Camping is also a common activity at the site.
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