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Willow Springs

Willow Springs

When reflecting on Arkansas theme parks, many people think of Dogpatch, Magic Springs, or even Wild River Country; however, a great portion of the state and surrounding areas will immediately...

KNBY / KOKR Radio Station

KNBY / KOKR Radio Station

“The Voice of The White River Valley” Nestled in the center of the White River Valley stands a monument to Rock and Roll history and the development of modern media. A one-story building...

Wild River Country

Wild River Country

Arkansas’ Largest Water Park We have fun and exciting attractions in the great outdoors. Wild River Country, a 26-acre park offers a fun-filled day of non-stop fun with¬†thirteen attractions...

Dreamland Ballroom

Dreamland Ballroom

Built between 1916 and 1918 by the Arkansas chapter of the Knights and Daughters of Tabor, Taborian Temple – renamed Taborian Hall by the 1950s – was a major hub of African-American...

Hallie's Rest Stop & Zoo

Hallie’s Rest Stop & Zoo

Hallie’s Rest Stop & Zoo Hallie Charles Ormond first opened the rest stop & zoo in on labor day, 1973 with hopes to attract people from all over Arkansas and create a roadside stop for...

Gypsy Camp

Gypsy Camp

According to Maggie Smith (author of Hico, a Heritage), the story of Gypsy Camp begins with a fishing trip. Around 1921, two brothers from Tulsa, Oklahoma took a fishing trip on the Illinois River...

Rock Candy Mountain

Rock Candy Mountain

Rock Candy Mountain Resort was established in 1987 by a man named Mr. Nations and had been a booming business before, when Dogpatch USA was up and running. Dogpatch employees and touring performers...

Sunset Drive-In and Roller Rink

Sunset Drive-In and Roller Rink

First kisses, buzzing mosquito coils, and sneaking into movies in cars… these are several of countless memories of the Sunset Drive In theater and the Sunset Roller Rink in Hamburg, Arkansas, a...

Gillam Park Pool

Gillam Park Pool

The purchase of Gillam Park was authorized by Mayor Horace A. Knowlton and the Little Rock City Council at a meeting on November 22, 1934, with the approval and support of the Little Rock Chamber of...

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