Upcoming Events at Davidsonville Historic State Park

 

Baking Bonanza – April 27,2013 – 1PM to 4PM

 

Come out to Davidsonville for a day of cakes and special breads made in the warmth of a Dutch oven. No experience necessary. Call park closer to time for more details.

 

Reservations are required and must be made at least 3 days in advance of the workshop.

 

Fee: $10.00 per participant.

 

Memorial Day Weekend

 

May 25-27, 2013

 

Various Times

 

Memorial Day weekend is a great time for cook outs and camping. It’s also a great time to enjoy various programs, like owl prowls, star gazing, black powder demonstrations and town site tours, at Davidsonville Historic State Park. Call the park or check our website for specific programs, times and prices.

 

Admission Fee: Varies by program

Kids Fishing Derby and Child Safety Day.

June 8, 2013

 

Derby from 7AM to 11AM – Prizes Awarded at noon. Entertainment starts after derby.

 

Ready to catch the big one? Or at least tell stories about the one that got away? It’s that time of year again, so break out the pole and your special bait and cast your line in Davidsonville Historic State Park’s Annual Fishing Derby Prizes will be awarded for all age groups at noon. After the derby, stick around for Child Safety Day co-sponsored by the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department. Child fingerprinting, live music, food, presentations by state park staff and organizations like Raptor Rehab of Central Arkansas and ProMed of Pocahontas, and other entertainment. Derby open to kids to 5-15 year olds.

 

Admission: FREE to Enter.

 

To reserve your spot at one of our programs, please contact the park office at 870.892.4708.

 

If you would like to schedule a specialized program for your next group function, please give us a call. Remember, we’re here to help you make memories!

 

To get to Davidsonville Historic State Park; from Pocahontas travel 2 miles west on U.S Highway 62, then south on State Highway 166 and travel 9 miles to the park.

 

From U.S. Highway 63 at Black Rock, take state Highway 361. Travel 5 miles to the park.