Jacksonport State Park

Jacksonport State Park


Region: Delta

County: Jackson

Jacksonport State Park, located between Dillard Street and the White River at Jacksonport, was the site of several fights during the Civil War and, on June 5, 1865, the surrender of the Confederate Army of Northern Arkansas.The park is interpreted at a museum in a ca. 1870 courthouse located within its boundaries.
Jacksonport State Park
205 Avenue Street
Newport, AR 72112
Email: jacksonport@arkansas.com
Park entrance free, Museum Fees: Adults $3; Children $1.50; Family ticket $9.
Open daily all year, Visitor Center: March 1-Oct.31:Sat - Sun 8am -5pm; Nov.1-Feb28: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm; Sun 1pm-5pm; Museum: Open all year: Tue-Sat 8am-5pm;Sun-1pm-5pm, closed on Monday Riverboat: Open Apr1 - Oct 31: Sun - 1pm-5pm; Tue - Thu 10am - 5pm; Fri - Sat - 9am -5pm, Closed Monday.
From HWY 67 at Newport, take exit 83 and follow the Jacksonport State Park signs.

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