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Council Oak


category : Natural Attractions
A massive 400- to 500-year-old white oak tree where a Cherokee Indian chief signed a treaty giving all land south of the Arkansas River to the territory in 1820; park surrounds the tree, which is listed on the National Registry.


Address: Council Oaks City Park
Phone: (479) 229-3328

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Council Oak

A massive 400- to 500-year-old white oak tree where a Cherokee Indian chief signed a treaty giving all land south of the Arkansas River to the territory in 1820; park surrounds the tree, which is listed on the National Registry.

Dardanelle, AR Natural Attractions


Mount Nebo State Park

# of Units/Rooms: 15 On Lake/River Name of Lake/River: Lake Dardanelle, Arkansas River (Okla. to Little Rock) Recreation Constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s; 35 campsites and 15 fully equipped cabins with kitchens; 14 miles of trails encircle the mountain;

Dardanelle, AR State Parks


Dardanelle Confederate Monument

Directions: Near The Yell County Courthouse Historical markers with details about the monument

Dardanelle, AR Monuments

Things to do Natural Attractions near Dardanelle, AR

Council Oak

A massive 400- to 500-year-old white oak tree where a Cherokee Indian chief signed a treaty giving all land south of the Arka...

Dardanelle Rock

This large rock formation rises near the Arkansas River bank and was used as a lookout by Indians and Confederate soldiers....