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Harris House You won't want to miss the historic Harris House, home of Judge Henry Churchill Harris. The history of this restored southern ante-bellum home dates back to the American Revolution. Pre-Civil War antiques include a four-poster bed, spinning wheel, hide chairs, swords, muskets, Indian tools, and a fireplace made of handmade bricks.

Also preserved were the papers, documents, books, and photographs of Judge Harris.


Hours: Shown by appointment.
Address: US 259
Phone: 580-245-1129

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Ouachita National Forest

Over 1.6 million acres of natural wonders awaits you at one of the three national forests in Arkansas and Oklahoma.

The Ouachita National Forest is the oldest national forest in the South. The forest is named for the Ouachita Mountains, (pronounced, Wash'ita)

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Champion Trees and Trails

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