Parks and Recreation


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The only state laws banning smoking in state parks are those banning smoking in indoor facilities covered by the Clean Indoor Air Act of 2006. Many cities and counties have passed city and county-wide policies for their parks and recreation sites. These policies/ordinances prohibit smoking in outdoor areas as well.

Current Parks Policies Include:

  • Caddo Valley
  • Lake City
  • Valley Springs City Park
  • Conway Farmers Market
  • Batesville Cemeteries and Parks
  • Harrison City Park
  • Sebastian County Parks
  • St. Joe’s Park
**This list may not be all inclusive and will be updated as more policies are implemented.