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Explore the Jewel of the Delta with a Charter Bus in Forrest City, Arkansas

Forrest City is the county seat of St. Francis County, in Arkansas and is home to more than 15,000 people. The city was named for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest who, after the Civil War, used the area as a campsite for a construction crew that was completing a railroad between Little Rock and Memphis. The city is nicknamed the "Jewel of the Delta." Get on a charter bus in Forrest City, Arkansas and explore the city's attractions.

Arts, Culture & History

Go to the East Arkansas Community College Fine Arts Center, where concerts, plays, and all sorts of performances, as well as workshops are held.

Then you can get on a charter bus in Forrest City, Arkansas and visit the St. Francis County Museum, which is located in the historic 1906 Rush-Gates home. The museum holds temporary and seasonal exhibits and it serves as the visitors’ center for the Crowley's Ridge National Scenic Byway. Its exhibits cover St. Francis County's culture and heritage, including those pertaining to agriculture, military history, business, education, transportation, genealogy, and prominent figures.

Another interesting fact about the St. Francis County Museum is that it has also been named as one of the state’s top ten haunted buildings by the Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team. In fact, the museum partners with local hotels to take tourists on “haunted” tours. If you are into these things, you can go on any of these tours, or you can book private parties to learn how to “ghost hunt” as well as search the home for paranormal activities with paranormal experts.

There are sites in the city that have been included in the National Register of Historic Places:

  • Campbell House, a historic two-story brick house built in 1917 and that showcases classic Prairie School features. The house was built by Forrest City banker and businessman William Wilson Campbell and it still belongs to his family until now.
  • First United Methodist Church, a historic two-story brick structure that was built in 1917 with a Classical Revival style and a Greek-style temple front.
  • Forrest City High School, a comprehensive public high school that was established in 1915.
  • Mann House, a historic house built in 1913 and is a fine example of Colonial Revival architecture with an imposing Greek temple portico on its front facade.
  • Stuart Springs, a 16-acre park built in 1900.

Parks & Outdoor Venues

Ask your charter bus in Forrest City, Arkansas to take you and the entire family to Village Creek State Park in nearby Wynne. The park has 7,000 acres' worth of woodlands, lakes, streams, camping sites, and cabins.

Golf & Other Sports

Those who want to play a round of golf can head to the 18-hole Forrest City Country Club, or to Ridgecrest Country Club.

If you want spectator sports or watch a football, baseball, or soccer match, you can check out Smith Stadium or Forrest City Sports Complex.

A charter bus in Forrest City, Arkansas is all you need for a fun and memorable trip. Call BusRental.com at 1 866-569-2012 to reserve one!

Make arrangements for a charter bus in Forrest City, Arkansas by contacting BusRental.com. We have a fleet of clean and well-maintained buses that come with reliable and professional drivers.