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St. Francis National Forest

At just over 20,000 acres, the St. Francis is known for the diversity of its plant and animal life. Bear Creek and Storm Creek Lake Recreation Areas provide camping, picnicking, fishing. Crowley'

Marianna, AR National Forests

Patterson Branch Historical Marker

Directions: Two miles east of Marianna Site of where the first child of Anglo-Saxon parents was born west of the Mississippi in 1790

Marianna, AR Historic Markers

St. Francis Scenic Byway

This scenic byway, comprised of Phillips County Roads 239 and 217, along with Lee County Road 221, is located in the St. Francis National Forest between the cities of Marianna and Helena/West Helena. This winding route is located atop Crowley's Ridge for more than 21

Marianna, AR Scenic Byways

Great River Road National Scenic Byway

The Great River Road, Arkansas's portion of the Mississippi River Parkway, runs for 363 miles paralleling the Mississippi River in Eastern Arkansas. This scenic highway is composed of these highways: Ark. 82, U.S. 65, Ark. 4, Ark. 1, U.S. 165, Ark. 316, Ark. 318, Ark. 20, Ark. 44

Marianna, AR Scenic Byways

Crowley's Ridge National Scenic Parkway

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

Marianna, AR Scenic Byways

Things to do Historic Markers near Marianna, AR

Patterson Branch Historical Marker

Directions: Two miles east of Marianna Site of where the first child of Anglo-Saxon parents was born west of the Mississip...

Lindbergh Marker

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