Arkadelphia Arkansas is one of many major attractions in a state noted for its natural beauty and warm hospitality. A lovely city of 10,000 people, it is a haven for young and old, with ample opportunity for employment, retirement, cultural and recreational activities.
Outstanding health care is provided by a new acute care hospital operated by Baptist Medical Systems. In addition, there are numerous local clinics with many physicians, surgeons and specialists in almost every medical field.
Educational needs are well met with a fully accredited public system consisting of 5 schools. The area is also home to two noted universities, Henderson State and Ouachita Baptist, which are well known for their scholastic excellence and dynamic athletic rivalry. Regular college presentations open to the public include concerts, lectures, art exhibitions, and dramatic productions.
Industry is alive and well in Arkadelphia, which aggressively pursues businesses that are compatible with the community and its resources. Municipal Airport has a 5,000 ft runway for single and multi-engine planes.
Clark County has a fine force of people ready to fill any labor needs. An industrial park and many building sites are available, with ample room for expansion. Plentiful natural resources, comfortable accommodations, lending institutions, low taxes and favorable climate all add to the appeal of Arkadelphia as an ideal place to locate.
Perched on a bluff overlooking the Ouachita River, Arkadelphia presents a cornucopia of recreational opportunities.
Nearby DeGray Lake has 13,800 acres of fishing and water sports as well as one of the most beautiful golf courses in the state. The lake is home to DeGray Lake Resort State Park, a showcase facility that features a popular resort and convention center.
The Ouachita and Caddo rivers treat canoeists and anglers to a gentle current and some hungry smallmouth bass. The Ouachita National Forest teems with deer, bear and wild turkey, offering plenty of adventure for hunters and hikers.
Just 30 minutes away via scenic Highway 7 is the famous Hot Springs National Park, complete with mineral baths, excellent restaurants and Oaklawn Park, one of the nation's finest thoroughbred racetracks.Other popular destinations include the Ouachita National Forest, Crater of Diamonds State Park, the State Capital at Little Rock, and the many other historic, recreational and cultural sites available in Clark County or the surrounding region.
Words and images can give only a vague impression of the beauty, excitement and sheer joy of living that awaits you in this wonderful part of the country. Contact us today to learn just what you've been missing.