Conway Cemetery State Park

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Conway Cemetery State Park preserves the final resting place of James Sevier Conway (1796-1855), Ark...
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James Sevier Conway's grave at Conway Cemetery State Park...
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Conway Cemetery State Park...
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Conway Cemetery State Park...
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Conway Cemetery State Park...

What to know

When Arkansas was admitted to the Union as the 25th state on June 15, 1836, James Sevier Conway (1796-1855) took office as Arkansas’s first governor. This 11-acre historic site preserves Conway’s final resting place, where a biographical marker details the life of Governor Conway is featured in the park. The cemetery was the family plot located at the former Conway home site, a large cotton plantation named Walnut Hill. There are no campsites or visitor services available at this state historic site.
c/o Arkansas State Parks, 1 Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR 72201
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