Enter a small gate in time that focuses on memories of times past. The Scott family owned and operated the ferry that crossed the Black River until 1927. The cemetery probably dates back to the time of Davidsonville. Headstones bearing unusual inscriptions recall Arkansas's early settlers. Other features include a profusion of wildflowers, flowering dogwoods, and large majestic oaks.
From Pocahontas, travel two miles west on U.S. 62, then go nine miles south on Hwy 166. Or, from Black Rock, take U.S. 63 to Hwy. 361, then go six miles north.