Davidsonville Historic State Park Spring Break Programming

Spring Break Programming

March 23rd from 7:00-8:00pm-Campfire Program (Free)

Join park staff for an evening program around the campfire. Meet Park Interpreter Geoffrey at the campground for an interactive program.

March 24th from 2:00-3:00pm-Black Powder Musketry (Free)

History happens right before your eyes. Come learn about cutting edge technology that was the flintlock musket. Learn how Arkansas residents 200 years ago hunted wildlife to provide food for their families and protected themselves while in dangerous situations.

March 24th from 7:00-8:30pm- Owl Prowl (Free)

Half the park is after dark. Join Park Interpreter Geoffrey at the Visitor Center for a sunset hike and owl prowl around Davidsonville. Learn about the nocturnal hunters who call the park home, listen to their calls, and perhaps catch a glimpse of an owl making its nightly rounds. Please bring flashlights and wear close-toed shoes.

March 25th from 1:00-4:00pm- Candle Making Demonstrations: ($5 to make and take a pair of candles home.) Light up your Sunday and come learn how to make candles as they did during the time of Davidsonville. Learn about waxes and wicks and try your hand at making a light of your very own.

Davidsonville Historic State Park

7953 Hwy 166 South

Pocahontas, AR  72455                                              

Contact:  Geoffrey Havens, Park Interpreter

Phone:  (870) 892-4708

Fax:  (870) 892-0480