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Jacksonport State Park, Jacksonport

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State Park · Historic Site
Jacksonport State Park is a 164.7-acre (66.7 ha) Arkansas state park in Jackson County, Arkansas in the United States. The park contains the 1872 Jacksonport courthouse which served as the home of county government from 1872-1892. Furnished with regional items of historical significance, tours of the courthouse are available. Jacksonport served as an important steamboat stop and trading center at the confluence of the White River and Black River, until being bypassed by the Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad shortly after becoming county seat.
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  • Start your visit in the Visitor's Center. They have some displays, and a view of the river from an outside deck. Also located here are restrooms and a gift shop. This is a newer building. We...  more »
  • We just left a campground that was gorgeous. It was called Jacksonport State Park outside Newport, Arkansas. I believe that it is one of the most beautiful places we have been to. It is located...  more »

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