A 5.75-carat diamond found at Crater of Diamonds State Park, the only diamond-producing site in the world open to the public to explore and enjoy near Murfreesboro in Arkansas. A news release from the state Parks and Tourism Department said Mike Burns found the diamond yesterday on the surface of the park’s 37.5-acre plowed search area. According to the Park interpreter Margi Jenks the triangular cushion shape diamond is clear, but has inclusions.
Crater of Diamonds State Park a unique Arkansas attraction unlike any other in the world. Visitors experience the thrill of digging for diamonds in the rough. Along with the diamond search area, the park has hundreds of acres of natural forest featuring a diversity of flora and fauna and offering visitors interesting things to do.