Forrest City, Arkansas

Forrest City, Arkansas

Forrest City, on the western slopes of Crowley’s Ridge, is a popular exit from Interstate 40 for travelers seeking recreation, historic sites and accommodations. Village Creek State Park is nearby, offering 7,000 acres of woodlands, streams, lakes, cabins and camping. Crowley’s Ridge National Scenic Byway passes through Forrest City as part of its course along the delta’s most unique natural wonder. The St. Francis County Museum, in the downtown area, is filled with memorabilia from the past, including pre-historic artifacts found in the area. Forrest City offers a sports complex, convention facilities and accommodations.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Forrest City Downtown Murals

Six murals grace this Delta community's downtown.

Forrest City, AR Murals

St. Francis County Museum

Directions: From I-40, take Ark. 1 south through town to Front Street; turn one block east; located at the corner of Front & Izard Streets Located in the restored, historic Rush-Gates home; exhibits include the J.O. Rush relic collection, reconstructed doctor'

Forrest City, AR Museums

Village Creek State Park

Please see Wynne, Arkansas for complete description.

Forrest City, AR State Parks

Crowley's Ridge National Scenic Parkway

National scenic byway follows the 198-mile length of the Delta's only "highlands;"

Forrest City, AR Scenic Views

Forrest City Country Club

Course Access: Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Forrest City, AR Golf Courses

Things to do near Forrest City, AR

Lindbergh Marker

Historical marker on North Lakshore Drive placed at the site where Lindbergh landed his plane after conducting the first nigh...

Crowley's Ridge Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Delta Gateway Museum

Old photographs and maps that depict the history of Blytheville; housed in the old Kress Building which is listed on the N...

Herman Davis Memorial State Park

One-acre park that surrounds the monument of Private Davis, who was fourth on General Pershing's list of World War I's greate...