Black River Technical College
Hwy. 304 East.
Residential area is a popular drive for tour buses
Hwy. 90 to Blisswood Street.
Buck Hollow Ranch
Black River Overlook Park
Civil War River Walk Memorial
Overlook Park, a paved walk with benches along the bank of Black River displays the important Civil War History of Pocahontas and Randolph County.
Eddie Mae Herron (Museum/Center)
1708 Archer St.
Recreational / Lodging
Contact Jenny Jarrett (870) 647-2781
Masonic Cemetary, memorials and historic marker commemorate the founders of Pocahontas including Arkansas Governor Thomas S. Drew.
Historic Courthouse built in 1872
Open for tours Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
The James Ranch is over 500 acres of scenic rolling hills, natural springs and magnificent vistas bordered by three-quarters of a mile of river front on the Eleven Point River.
Maynard Pioneer Park
Hwy. 115 north to Maynard, AR.
Randolph County Courthouse lawn near Memorial Monument.
Old Davidsonville State Park
Hwy. 166 South.
Can boast of having five rivers within its boundaries: Black, Current, Elevenpoint, Fourche and Spring. Possibly the only county in Arkansas with five rivers.
Randolph County Heritage Museum
On the old Court Square, displays Randolph County’s History and heritage.
Rolling Hills Country Club
2365 Country Club Rd.
Saint Paul’s Church
311 Cedar St.
To the east – rich, flat farmland of the Delta, soybeans, wheat, rice, corn and other grains are the principle crops grown. To the west – last foothills of the Ozark Mountains – rolling hills of the area is good pasture land, springs, clear creeks and rivers make cattle ranching good in the area.
Steam Engine, at Black River City Park
South of Black River bridge
Hwy. 67 South.
The Imperial Dinner Theatre
1401 Hwy. 304 E.
Windwood Residential Subdivision
Hwy. 90 west
2 miles past Pocahontas High School.
[box]Photo courtesy of Dalton Sullivan[/box]