Daisy State Park in Kirby, Ark., is making preparations to celebrate its 60th Birthday August 28 to August 30.The park will be celebrating with an outdoor movie night, lake cruises, geocache workshops, old fashioned sock hop, ice cream social, dutch oven workshops and yes, plenty of birthday cake.

About Daisy State Park

Located in the scenic foothills of the Quachita Mountains, Lake Greeson, the Little Missouri River, Daisy State Park is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. A favorite place for a weekend visit or week long vacation spot. Lake Greeson features 7,000 acres of clear mountain water great for boating and all kinds of water sports. And if you love to fish, Lake Greeson is best known for black and white bass, stripers, crappie, catfish, and blue gill.

The nearby Little Missouri River and other float streams in the area offer spring and early summer trout fishing. And after a long day on the lake you can relax in one of 103 campsites located at Daisy State Park. Picnic areas, a standard pavilion (screened) restrooms. launch ramps, hiking trails, motorcycle/mountain bike ATV trail and a playground are available for visitors.

Guided lake tours are offered on a regular basis and you can rent a solo or tandem kayak.

No matter what time of year you plan to visit Daisy State Park has something for everyone to enjoy. Just call the park today for more information at 870-398-4487 or visit the park’s website.