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Davidsonville Historic State park

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Davidsonville

Davidsonville Historic State park, Arkansas

Ozark adventures offer up some of the lushest lands and calmest waters, and Davidsonville Historic State Park has all of that with a side of history. Preserving Arkansas’ first post office and Read more...
Ozark adventures offer up some of the lushest lands and calmest waters, and Davidsonville Historic State Park has all of that with a side of history. Preserving Arkansas’ first post office and courthouse, the park now offers hiking, fishing and camping worth writing home about. There isn’t an explorer who won’t ooh and aah over the blooming dogwoods along the Black River Trail. Anglers out on the river will be equally as pleased to be snagging fish left and right, or just rent a canoe or kayak at the marina for a gentle float on the water. Campgrounds put you close to all the action, and colorful Ozark sunsets will make Davidsonville a favorite spot for you to make your own history.
Davidsonville Historic Campground
Built within the historic confines of 1815 Davidsonville, the like-named historic campground is rich...
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