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The park commemorates the first permanent French settlement in the Lower Mississippi Valley, founded in 1686.The post was the site of French and Spanish forts and trading...
Artifacts of Arkansas territorial and early statehood period.
Local history museum features displays of agriculture, archaeology, costumes, history, textiles, transporation, music, glass, schools, child's playhouse and more.
Features farming equipment used in the development of the hay and rice industry, mural of agricultural history, swamp, prairie and wooded area wildlife, history of crop dusting,...
The museum consists of several buildings representing a pioneer village with homes, shops, war memorabilia, farm equipment and more.
Hike or bike the park's 2,053 acres of rolling woodlands, or paddle or fish on 1,675-acre Cane Creek Lake and experience the lush beauty and abundant wildlife that inhabit...
History museum that has artifacts that help in teaching and illusrating the history, culture and lifestyles of Jefferson County, along with American Indian pottery and artifacts,...
Band instruments dated as far back as the early 1700's are on display for visitors to enjoy.
19th century European paintings, 20th century American paintings and prints.
The location is noted for spectacular sunsets. Lake Saracen is part of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s system of public fishing venues.
Visit the Saracen Landing Farmers Market, where local farmers offer an abundant variety of healthy, fresh produce. Official market hours are 6:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., but on a...