The Battle of Poison Spring, Arkansas
Poison Spring State Park in Arkansas preserves a small part of the site of the Battle of Poison Spring. The park is located
on Highway 76, a short distance off Highway 24, about 10 miles northwest of Camden, Arkansas. The site offers interpretive
displays, monuments and markers, picnic areas and a nature trail leading along Poison Spring Branch.
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Poison Spring State Park
Interpretive Shelter at Poison Spring
The interpretive shelter at Poison Spring State Park
offers panels explaining the tactics of the battle.
The interpretive panels give visitors a chance to
understand the Battle of Poison Spring.
ExploreSouthernHistory.com - Poison Spring State Park, Arkansas
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Among the monuments and markers at the Poison
Spring Battlefield is this early 20th century stone.
The Poison Spring Nature Trail leads down into a
ravine and along Poison Spring Branch.
A foot bridge leads across Poison Spring Branch just
down from the spring that gives the site its name.
Trickling waters that once flowed with blood at Poison
Spring State Park in Arkansas.
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