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Petit Jean State Park, Morrilton, Arkansas





This was our 2nd trip to this state park, such an amazing part of Arkansas, Petit Jean State Park, Morrilton, Arkansas. I really enjoy hiking throughout the park, so many different trails to see & enjoy!!! It was kind of an overcast day, moments of rain, slight wind or breeze. It was kind of not the greatest for photo taking. Hope it will look ok though?


Here is a vlog from the day. Enjoy!!! Thank you for stopping by today. Hope you are well. Take care. See you again real soon. Be Well Be Blessed. Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, pretty views from your hike and travels. Looks like a nice park to visit. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week!
Bev said…
That stone wall and steps look so inviting!!
Missy George said…
I've never been to Arkansas..Looks like a lovely park..Thanks for sharing your pictures...Have a good week
William Kendall said…
Wonderful views!

I have never been in Arkansas.
George said…
Betsy and I visit Petit Jean almost every year when we visit Arkansas. We really enjoy Cedar Falls, although the hike back up out of the canyon gets a little harder each year. I wonder why that is?
Michelle said…
This does look like a great place to hike.
Ruth Hiebert said…
These pictures are fantastic.They show the feeling of an overcast day.
Maggid said…
Looks like my favorite kind of place . . . I'll have to make the effort to visit.
Debbie said…
looks like a beautiful place. i like the 4th picture, that's such an inviting pathway!! i enjoyed the video - peaceful chirping birds and then the woodpecker!!!
Tanya Breese said…
what a beautiful part of the world! nick's grandparents were from arkansas...he's still got a lot of family there...when we lived in missouri we were close enough to the border of arkansas that we'd spend a lot of time down there!
Looks like fantastic place to hike and explore! :)
Jenn Jilks said…
Happy sight for sore eyes! We deep in snow!

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