Mukdaharn National Park, in Muang District, Dontan District, Mukdaharn Province, consists of productive forest which has deciduous forest in rocky field or rocky mound covered with colorful flowers in winter, and mixed forest in the valley. There are naturally wonderful things such as strange-shape rock, historic cave, waterfall and spring all year round. And also many kinds of animal live there. The area is about 48.5 square kilometers or 30,312.5 Rai.
The area consists of many high mountains close to each other such as, Phu Nang Hong, Phu Thum Pra, Phu Hin Terb, Phu Mano and Phu Jongsi. Phu Jongsi, the highest peak about 420 meters above sea levels, is a rocky mountain consisting of erected and high cliff and different shapes of rock overlapping each other. The area, almost sandy soil, is the source of many streams such as Huai Taluak, Huai Sing and Huai Ruar.
Phamua Dang Cave (Red Hand Cave)
Phamua Dang Cave, a shred of rock three meters wide and 60 meters long, has red handprints on the wall. The two handprints look like people soak hand in red color and print on the wall. Other four handprints look like people put their hands on the wall and paint over. These may mean the information exchange of pre-historic people about 3,000 years ago. (It can be concluded that 3,000 years ago had no color spray)
Phu Tam Pra
Phu Tam Pra is a waterfall which has water all the year round. Near the waterfall is a cave. In the cave has a three-foot-wide Buddha image built in 1972 and hundreds of wooden Buddha images and animal models. On the rocky floor nearby are the rocks eroded and shaped by rain to be strange and beautiful.
Phu Luk Se
A tale has been told since ancient time that there was gold pillar, in the middle of the mound, called "Sao Se" (means in Phuthai word "losing pillar") which later called Phu Lak Se. This area is unique by its dwarf forest, and view point.
On the top of Phu Mano, a mountain in the south of Mukdaharn Province, has a shelter and one-meter-deep model of Buddha footprints, traveler can beautiful sceneries of Mukdahan City, Khong River and Suwanakhet District, Lao People's Democretic Republic.
Phu Nang Hong
There is a natural big-rock looked like big swan in the middle of rocky plain. And also have many big rocks overlapping each other in different shape and color.
Phu Pha Terb
Phupa Terb, means rocks overlapping each other, has groups of different shape of rocks wonderfully overlapping each other on greatly wide and long plain of rock, all of which looks like natural sculpture, for examples, some rocks look like jet plane, boot, Chinese hut, crowd and stupa. At the rocky plain, there is deciduous forest which consists of beautiful dwarf-tree and many kinds of wonderful flower in rainy season.
Streams and Water Spring
The forest of the park is the source of streams such as Huai Taloua, Huai Ling and Huai Luar. Especially in Phu Tam Pra, the area has water all year round which is the source of Phu Tam Pra Waterfall.
Thum Lord is a small cave which people can go down from a cliff for going further to Phu Nang Hong and Phu Lak Se. Local people found the remains of porcelain and antique of ancient people along the way to Phu Lak Se.
Wang Duen Ha
Wang Duan Ha, not so far from Mukdaharn National Park Office, is a pond which contains rainy water flown from rocky plain. Traveler can enjoy playing water here.