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Magnolia City Cemetery


category : Cemeteries
Directions: Six blocks south of Courthouse Square on South Washington Street.

Final resting place of Major General John Porter McCown, the highest ranking Confederate officer buried in Arkansas, and numerous other known and unknown Confederate troops; includes an African-American section


Phone: (870) 234-1375
Fax: (870) 234-6047
Our Email: ccoes@magnolia/net.com

Come visit us in Magnolia, Arkansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Lake Columbia

Food Service/Picnic Area Available On Lake/River Name of Lake/River: Lake Columbia Directions: South From Magnolia On Hwy 371, 4 Miles, Turn Right On Hwy 344, 4 Miles; Left On County Road 53, 3 Miles To Lake. Multi-purpose reservoir with 30-acre park, swimming area, three boat ramps;

Magnolia, AR Recreation

Magnolia Murals

Six colorful murals the depict the history of Magnolia are located around the historic square; one is located in the lobby of the Best Western Coachman's Inn.

Magnolia, AR Murals

Farm & Home Tours

Credit Cards Accepted: American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, Visa Guided tour of Southern Arkansas University's 658-acre Agricultural &

Magnolia, AR Tours

Magnolia City Cemetery

Directions: Six blocks south of Courthouse Square on South Washington Street. Final resting place of Major General John Porter McCown, the highest ranking Confederate officer buried in Arkansas, and numerous other known and unknown Confederate troops; includes an African-American section

Magnolia, AR Cemeteries

Magnolia Country Club

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

Magnolia, AR Golf Courses

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Magnolia City Cemetery

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