Lesmeister Guesthouse’s Randolph County Bucket List
Lesmeister Guesthouse has compiled this list of ten MUST DO’s for people living in, or visiting Randolph County Arkansas!
Lesmeister Guesthouse is right in the middle of the downtown Pocahontas walking tour. The tour features the top 20 things to see and do downtown. Tour brochures are available at the Visitor Welcome Center in the old train depot on U.S. Highway 67.
The Randolph County Quilt Trail displays vinyl images of about 50 historic quilts on the walls of downtown buildings. Trail brochures are available at the Visitor Welcome Center in the old train depot on U.S. Highway 67.
The county museum is located on the town square, just around the corner from Lesmeister Guesthouse. It’s open most days of the week.
For live entertainment, the Downtown Playhouse is located just a half block away from Lesmeister Guesthouse. The Imperial Dinner Theatre is located across Black River from The Lesmeister.
The Eddie Mae Herron Center at 1708 Archer Street is a museum, education center, community center, and culture center preserving the heritage of the local African-American community.
Halls Creek Canyon is a wilderness area right on the edge of the town of Ravenden Springs. Tall rock canyon walls and the beauty of Halls Creek make the canyon a wonderful place to explore.
Arkansas’s first courthouse and first planned town was located just south of Pocahontas. The location is now Davidsonville Historic State Park.
Floating and fishing he beautiful Eleven Point River is something every Randolph County native has done, and must do, at least once!
The Civil War River Walk Memorial, along Black River in Pocahontas, tells the story of the American Civil War in Randolph County.
Randolph County is home to Arkansas’s oldest home, and oldest business. The Reuben Rice House and the Looney Tavern are wonderfully restored log structures from the early days of the settling of Arkansas.
For more information on the Bucket List or other things to see and do in Randolph County, contact us or stop by the local Visitor Information Center in the restored train depot on US Highway 67.