Arkansas State Parks
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.
Kendra Harris, 7953 Highway 166 S, Pocahontas, AR 72455
Davidsonville Historic State Park (B-8)
24 W/E; 25 primitive tent
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
180-acre historical state park that interprets and preserves the town of Old Davidsonville
Bathhouse, playground, hiking trails, pedal boat rentals. Pets must be leashed at all times.