National Register Listings in
Garland County, Arkansas

Aristocrat Motor Inn Army & Navy Memorial Lodge Army and Navy General Hospital Historic District Bathhouse Row Beauchamp, Walter, House Belding-Gaines Cemetery Bellaire Court Historic District Brown, W. C., House (Additional Documentation) Buckville Cemetery Butchie's Drive-In Camp Clearfork Historic District Carpenter Dam CCC Company 3767 Powder Magazine Historic District Central Methodist Episcopal Church South Charlton Bathhouse Charlton Spillway-Dam Citizens Building City Cemetery Cleveland Arms Apartment Building Clinton, Bill, Boyhood Home Cottage Courts Historic District Cove Tourist Court Doherty House Federal Building-U.S. Post Office and Court House First Lutheran Church First Methodist Church Christian Education Building First Presbyterian Church Fordyce House Fordyce-Ricks House Historic District Forest Service Headquarters Historic District Garland County Courthouse Gillham House Green, Harley E., House Greenwood School Hill Wheatley Downtowner Motor Inn Hollywood Cemetery, Confederate Section Hot Springs Central Avenue Historic District Hot Springs Central Avenue Historic District (Boundary Increase) Hot Springs Confederate Monument Hot Springs High School Hot Springs National Guard Armory Hot Springs Railroad Warehouse Historic District Humphrey's Dairy Farm Humphreys-Ryan House Interstate Orphanage Iron Springs Dam Iron Springs Shelter No. 1 Iron Springs Shelter No. 2 Jack Tar Hotel and Bathhouse Joers, Peter Dierks, House Jones School Joplin, Peter, Commercial Block King-Neimeyer-Mathis House Klein, George, Tourist Court Historic District Kraemer-Harman House Langdon Filling Station Lyell, Van, House Lynwood Tourist Court Historic District Malco Theatre Martin, William H., House Mayberry Springs Medical Arts Building Missouri-Pacific Railroad Depot-Hot Springs Moore, W. H., House Mountainaire Hotel Historic District Old Post Office Opal's Steak House Orange Street Presbyterian Church Ouachita Avenue Historic District Park Hotel Parkway Courts Historic District Passmore House Perry Plaza Court Historic District Plaza Apartments Pleasant Street Historic District Quapaw-Prospect Historic District Riviera Hotel Rix, Charles N., House Short-Dodson House South Fork Bridge St. Luke's Episcopal Church Stitt House Taylor Rosamond Motel Historic District Tribble, Dr. Albert H., House Visitors Chapel AME Wade Building Whittington Park Historic District Wildwood Williams, Hamp, Building Williams-Wootton House Woodmen of Union Building
The Ozark National Forest covers more than 1 million acres in northern Arkansas and is known for its scenic beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. The forest contains numerous hiking trails, camping areas, and scenic drives.
~ Arkansas random facts