As of January 1, 2012, admission fees are no longer charged for access to Arkansas State Parks museums
ARKANSAS TOURISM NOTICE: Arkansas's Seven Show Caves Are Open to the Public
This beautiful trail preserves a dramatic remaining portion of the Trail of Tears. Called the Memphis to Little Rock Road, it was completed in 1829 and provided the first improved route between Memphis and Little Rock, and became a major route of Indian removal for Choctaw, Chickasaw and Muscogee (Creek). It was also used by the detachment of Cherokee that signed the treaty of New Echota that led to Cherokee removal. Today the route is part of the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail.
For Information:Park Superintendent, 201 CR 754, Wynne, AR, 72396, (870) 238-9406
A rare snow on the trail between the boat ramp and the dam.
Trailhead Location:Exit No. 242 off I-40 at Forrest City, then 13 miles north on Hwy. 284
GPS Coordinates:35.155517 -90.72055
To ensure you enjoy your state park experience, be aware of the natural world. There
are some areas which are potentially hazardous to all visitors. Since it is impractical
to post signs at all danger points, use caution when approaching such areas as cliffs,
caves, heavily wooded areas, swamps, streams, and lakes. Adults are responsible
for children in their care. If unsure about possible hazards, check at the visitor
DIVISION OF STATE PARKS,
ARKANSAS DEPT. OF PARKS AND TOURISM
1 Capitol Mall - Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
1-888-287-2757 (V/TT) / email@example.com
Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism. All rights reserved. The Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism is in compliance with the Freedom of Information, Ar. Code Ann., § 26-19-101 et seq.
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