Black River at Pocahontas, Arkansas

Black River runs approximately 300 miles from southeastern Missouri to northeastern Arkansas.

Buck Hollow Ranch

Buck Hollow Ranch in the Fall

Buck Hollow is a 2600-acre Commercial Wildlife Hunting Resort licensed by the AG&FC just 15 miles from Pocahontas in Randolph County, Arkansas.

Shady River Resort

Shady River features new, quiet, private "get-away" cottages on a bluff overlooking the beautiful, clean, spring-fed, free-flowing, un-polluted Eleven Point River

Imperial Dinner Theater

Imperial Dinner Theater

Whether it’s our SEASON TICKET of three shows, a BRAVO SERIES of shows too good not to do again, or our SPOTLIGHT SERIES of guest performers, you won’t want to miss what the Imperial has to offer!!

Lesmeister Guesthouse

Lesmeister Guesthouse

Our unique upscale apartments, with no staff on site, offer value and a memorable experience perfect for quiet getaways as well as for honeymoons, anniversaries, and other special occasions.

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QR Codes

QR Codes are being used on plaques on the businesses in downtown Pocahontas as well as throughout the county to tell the history of the building.

The Rice-Upshaw House

The Rice-Upshaw House was initially constructed in 1828 and used possibly as a one-story store / loom house by the builder Reuben Rice. The house is restored to the 1840s era when Reuben’s son expanded the main structure to serve as a family dwelling house.

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Randolph County Arkansas is the home of five rivers, rich heritage, and beautiful outdoor attractions.

Randolph County Arkansas

Appreciate the Past

From the Rice-Upshaw home attraction to stories of the downtown square in Pocahontas, Randolph County has a rich heritage.


Participate in the Present

Visit during one of our many county activities such as the Rock n’ Roll Festival, Maynard Pioneer Days or Founder’s Day.


Anticipate the Future

New lodging to the downtown square. New events.

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