Location: LAT/LONG: 36.071280, -93.222710
Parker-Hickman Farmstead at Erbie
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The Parker Hickman home is the oldest existing homestead at Buffalo National River. It was built in about 1847-49 by brothers Greenbury and Alvin Parker. The main cabin shows meticulous half dovetail notched logs that are still as strong as the day it was built. The homestead was continuously occupied until about 1982. The farmstead includes two barns, a smokehouse, chicken coop, granary, sheds and a fine example of a 1930’s era WPA outhouse.
Join us for a guided tour with Ranger Kevin and the Buffalo National River Partners.
Registration required. Maximum group size is 10. All participants will be required to wear a mask inside of structures regardless of vaccination status.
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Contact InformationSteel Creek Ranger Station