• Little Post Bayou at Sunset

    Arkansas Post

    National Memorial Arkansas


September 20 - Living History 101 - The Park will host a Living History Workshop from 8 am - 5 pm for aspiring living historians with Special Guest Doug Kidd from Springdale Arkansas. Attendees will learn the fundamental knowledge and skills in developing a civilian or military historical character. This is a FREE workshop but registration is required by calling Joe Herron at 870-548-2207 or email at e-mail us

September 27 –Public Lands Day –The Park will host a cleanup of Post Bayou Trail, Nature Trail, and the Civil War Rifle Pits for Public Lands Day.The cleanup is from 8 am–Noon. Individuals, families, or civic groups register with Park Ranger Joe Herron by calling 870-548-2207.



The 2014 Calendar of Events is available is now available in PDF format:

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Recycle Trailer

Arkansas Post Recycle Trailer

NPS Photo by Donna Robertson

The Recycle Trailer will be at the Visitor Center the first week of each month. To inquire about a recycling program for your school or civic organization call the park, 870-548-2207.




Early Arkansas History Workshops for Educators

Arkansas Post occasionally hosts workshops for Arkansas educators interested in ADE approved Professional Development Training including two hours for Arkansas History. To schedule a Early Arkansas History workshop or learn more about upcoming workshops, contact Joe Herron 870-548-2207 or e-mail e-mail us

Did You Know?

artists conception of

Mississipian Indians followed by the Quapaw Indians made their homes in Arkansas well before Europeans established Arkansas Post in 1686.