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Davidsonville Historic State Park

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The site of the Arkansas’ first post office, courthouse, and land office, Davidsonville faded away close to 15 year after being established 1815 . A park with camping, lake and river fishing, trails, pavilions, playgrounds and picnic areas surrounds Trappers Lake. Pets must be leashed at all times.

For information:

Kendra Harris, 7953 Highway 166 S, Pocahontas, AR  72455

Davidsonville Historic State Park (B-8)

  • Campsites:

    24 W/E; 25 primitive tent
  • Location:

    U.S. 63 to Black Rock, then north on Ark. 25, then west on 117, then north on 361 for 5 miles to the park. South of Pocahontas, 9 miles on Ark. 166 to park
  • Attractions:

    180-acre historical state park that interprets and preserves the town of Old Davidsonville
  • Facilities:

    Bathhouse, playground, hiking trails, pedal boat rentals. Pets must be leashed at all times.
  • Accessible?:

    Handicap Accessible
  • Pets Accepted:


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