Davidsonville Historic State Park was created to preserve the historical site of Davidsonville, a small town that was founded in 1815 but gone by 1830. It is the home of several archeological excavations that have opened the eyes of the world to what the Arkansas frontier was like after the Louisia Purchase.
Davidsonville Historic State Park is the perfect campground for you and your entire family to enjoy the tural beauty of the area as well as an excellent place to enjoy the history of the region. There also are walking trails, fishing, and other activities that you can take part in to bring the family closer together.
“I have loved this park since I was a kid. They host small events throughout most of the year. Always family friendly. Grounds are always clean with campsites, trails, grills, two playgrounds, multiple pavilions, a small lake and dock for fishing, a boat ramp for spring river access, and a favorite historical site of the town of Old Davidsonville. Very interesting history, and a great place to walk around and discover. Crowd size is usually pretty small, giving it a quiet and serene environment. Great place for the family.” – Adam, Google Review