There’s much to see and do in Pine Bluff. Choose from outdoor adventures, arts and culture, gaming and more when you visit this southeast Arkansas gem.
Create family memories on sun-soaked days in Regional Park, fish for a trophy catch on the Arkansas River, kayak on the world’s longest bayou at Bayou Bartholomew or see native fish and birds at the Gov. Mike Huckabee Delta Rivers Nature Center. Need a night out? Head to Saracen Casino Resort for gaming and elegant, upscale dining. Looking for a family outing? Kids of all ages will love the Arkansas Railroad Museum. Want to be inspired
Experience the great outdoors when visiting Helena-West Helena and surrounding Phillips County! Kayak and canoe around secluded lakes. Hike, bike and camp within a national forest and two state parks. Reel in a trophy catfish on a mighty river. All you need to decide is your favorite way to explore.
From bustling lakes and vibrant parks to lazy bayous and peaceful walking trails, Pine Bluff has plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors. Choose from a whopping 19 parks, two major lakes and some of the most popular waterways in the country to make the city your playground.
Out in the middle of the Arkansas Delta, you’ll find the charming Historic Dyess Colony. What makes this place so special, you might ask? Here resides the one and only Johnny Cash Boyhood Home! Gain insight into the life and legacy of the legendary “Man in Black” as you tour the Historic Dyess Colony and walk through the Cash home.