Crowley's Ridge Parkway is a 212 mile-long National Scenic Byway in the Missouri Bootheel along Crowley's Ridge and northeast Arkansas in the United States. Motorists can access the parkway from Missouri Route 25 (State Hwy. 25) near Malden, Missouri or from US Route 49 (US 49) at its southern terminus near the Helena Bridge over the Mississippi River outside Helena-West Helena, Arkansas. The parkway runs along Crowley's Ridge, a unique geological formation, and also parts of the St. Francis National Forest, the Mississippi River and the Mississippi Alluvial Plain. Along the route are many National Register of Historic Places properties, Civil War battlefields, parks, and other archeological and culturally significant points of interest.
Driving the Missouri Section Byway
From Malden to MO/AR Border
Take State Rt. J west five miles from Malden to the junction with State Rt. WW.
Turn south (left) and follow State Rt. WW five miles to Campbell.
In Campbell, take US Hwy. 62 south to the St. Francis River and the MO/AR border.
Cross the river into Arkansas.