Little River County is your destination for “the great outdoors,” but it offers so much more. Visit quaint country stores, upscale boutiques, or relax on one of 12 regional golf courses. Seasonal festivals like the annual “Wings and Things” nature and science festival, The Whistlestop Festival, and the Land O’ Lights Christmas Festival offer everything from education to arts to entertainment.

Millwood Lake

Whether you enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, picnicking, or hiking Millwood Lake has an activity for you. With an abundance of food a varied habitats, multitudes of birds are attracted year-round to Millwood Lake. Birders from across the nation come to Millwood to get a glimpse of a wide variety of birds that include over 333 species reported within a 7.5-mile area. A flock of white pelicans make their home year-round on the lake, while Bald Eagles, Golden-winged Warblers, Gulls, and several species of ducks are among the birds making an appearance throughout the year. Millwood has 12 recreation areas around the lake. There are 12 boat ramps, 8 campgrounds, 3 picnic shelters, and 1 designated swim area. Alligators are a part of the natural habitat at Millwood be cautious and keep safety in mind while boating, swimming, or fishing. Please remember whatever your recreational interest – play it safe at the lake.
Millwood Lake is a key unit in the general flood reduction system for the Red River below Lake Texoma. The lake operates in conjunction with Lakes Texoma, Pat Mayse, and Hugo and five upstream lakes in the Little River Basin. In addition to flood control, it also is used for water supply and recreation and to improve fish and wildlife.
For more information contact us at:
Millwood State Park • 1564 Hwy. 32 East • Ashdown, AR • Phone:(870) 898-2800

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