You can look along the 37-acre plowed field and through the volcanic crater that has been eroded for rocks. Any rocks or minerals that you find will be yours to keep. Within this state park, you will also find many different amenities that are available for your satisfaction.
Along with the mining area, you will find walking trails, picnic sites, walk-in tent sites, a gift shop, a cafe (open seasonal), and Diamond Springs Water Park (open during the summer months). Dogs can also come to this park, but they need to remain on a leash the entire time.
During your stay in Crater of Diamonds State Park, you must follow all of the rules and regulations that are enforced by the Arkansas State Parks System. Dogs must be licensed, tagged, and vaccinated before they can enter the park, and female pooches in heat and young pups under four months old must remain back at home.
Dogs must be well-mannered before they come to this park as the Crater of Diamonds State Park does not tolerate any aggressive behavior, and humans must clean up and watch over their dogs while they are here. Humans should also bring water and dog bags for all of their fun adventures in this park.
If you wish to camp, you must schedule a reservation. Reservations can be made online or in the park's main office. Overall, this park is a unique place to visit. If you have the opportunity to come to the Crater of Diamonds State Park, you will have the time of your life.