Read Lee Price’s blog about this gorgeous piece of architecture and surrounding grounds on the Tour America Treasures blog page. You’ll learn plenty about this piece of American and Arkansas history; so much so, you’ll start planning a visit.
While you’re in that part of the state, stop at Lake Chicot State Park, situated on the shores of Lake Chicot. It offers fully equipped cabins, fishing dock, bicycle, boat and party barge rentals, special programs and tours, plus Civil War history. Terrific shopping is available at the Paul Michael Company, Nonie’s Antiques and others. When you get hungry, check out Rhoda’s Famous Hot Tamales, the Cow Pen Restaurant, the LakeShore Café and others.