Wildlife within the park is typical of the Ouachita mountains region, consisting mostly of rodents, bats, and other small mammals. Because of the region's mild climate, bird species are varied and plentiful. Aquatic resources are limited to portions of several small creeks and are void of significant game fish.
Amphibians are a type of animal that spends one or more stages of life in the water. They include frogs, toads, and salamanders.
Insects, spiders, and bugs make up the dominant form of life in the park. As the weather changes, so do our insect populations. Learn more.
Last updated: April 29, 2022