Most parks in the Greers Ferry Lake area in Heber Springs end services Monday, and some boat ramps will be closed until enough rain raises the lake levels, lake officials said.
Officials said the cooler weather reduces traffic and allows visitors to take advantage of recreational opportunities without the stress of crowds.
Dam Site, Mill Creek and Shiloh Parks' boat ramps are currently closed because of low lake levels.
Choctaw, Dam Site, Devils Fork, Hill Creek, John F. Kennedy, Narrows and Sugar Loaf parks will remain open for camping after Monday but with limited availability, according to a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers news release.
A computer-generated message on current lake levels may be accessed (866) 494-1993, extension 16.
Visitors may make lake reservations for next year through the National Recreation Reservation Service by calling (877) 444-6777, officials said.
The 2013 season begins May 15 for all parks at Greers Ferry Lake, except for John F. Kennedy Park, which opens April 15.