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Had a great time at Crater of the Diamonds. Sadly, we did not find a diamond, but this has been a bucket list item of mine for a long time. So glad I got to check it off. The only down side was...
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Didn't find a diamond but at least I can check it off my list of places to visit in the United States. Fun little adventure that you can enjoy with the family during a pandemic. I say that because...
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Lots of hands-on fun for people of all ages. Digging, sifting, and washing piles of dirt may not seem very entertaining on the surface, but a simple admission price let's you dig anywhere in the...
Bring a wagon! You will be Carrying gear a long ways from your car back to the dirt field. If you aren't there for one of the mining demonstrations, good luck figuring it out! The army shovels...
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This place has been on my bucket list for years and we finally visited this past fall. We camped in the park's campground which was really convenient. We got to the park just as it opened each day...


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Crater of Diamonds State Park is one of the world s only diamond producing mines that is open to the public. The park is operated and managed by the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism. Founded in 1906, Crater of Diamonds State Park is known for producing one of the North America s largest diamonds. It offers diamonds of various colors and shades, including white, brown and yellow. The park also features more than 40 types of rocks and minerals, including amethyst, banded agate, jasper, garnet, quartz, calcite, barite and hematite. Additionally, Crater of Diamonds State Park houses a diamond discovery center, water park, gift shop, campground and caf .