Guests of Arkansas State Parks will soon see an improved reservation system available later this month. The parks system has been using two separate products for reservations, but now it will be streamlined into one, according to a news release.

To maximize the time used to make the switch, the reservation system will be offline beginning Monday through July 29. No future reservations will be taken during this timeframe. Guests who come to the park during this period and want accommodations during their visit can come to the desk to inquire and will be accommodated if there is availability. These reservations must be in person and for same day accommodations.

All confirmed reservations made before the offline period will still be valid.

“I think it will be a more stable reservation system than we’ve had in the past,” Arkansas State Parks Marketing and Revenue Manager Joe Jacobs says in a news release. “It will be a lot smoother for the customers and will improve their guest experience.”

Guests who want to make a reservation for the future can do so online or call the park directly starting July 29.