(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) – Trees, tree trimmings and brush will be burned at Pinnacle Mountain State Park as early as Thursday and continuing through next week, depending on weather conditions. The trimming has occurred as part of the construction of a new visitor center, and the burning will be conducted by CDI, the contractor overseeing the visitor center project.
Burning is scheduled for Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday, weather permitting, with burn times beginning at 8 a.m. and lasting until about 4 p.m., with all fires being extinguished at that time. No burning will take place on the weekend. Residents and visitors to the area may see smoke from the controlled burn but otherwise will not be impacted, and there will not be park closures.
About Arkansas State Parks
Arkansas State Parks is a division of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism. Arkansas state parks and museums cover 54,400 acres of forest, wetlands, fish and wildlife habitat, outdoor recreation facilities, and unique historic and cultural resources. Established in 1923, Arkansas State Parks preserve special places for future generations, provide quality recreation and education opportunities, enhance the state’s economy through tourism, and provide leadership in resource conservation. Arkansas State Parks serves more than 9 million visitors annually. Connect with ASP on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and visit ArkansasStateParks.com and
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About Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism
The Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism has three major divisions: Arkansas State Parks, Arkansas Heritage and Arkansas Tourism. Arkansas State Parks manages 52 state parks and promotes Arkansas as a tourist destination for people around the country. Arkansas Heritage preserves and promotes Arkansas’s natural and cultural history and heritage through four historic museums and four cultural preservation agencies. Arkansas Tourism improves the state’s economy by generating travel and enhancing the image of the state.