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Pocahontas is located in Randolph County (of which it is the county seat) north of Jonesboro between Walnut Ridge and Corning along Hwy 67 on the banks of the Black River near the Missouri boarder in the Ozark Mountains.

The population estimate for July 1, 1998 was 6,549, an increase of 398 since 1990.

The city of Pocahontas was named for the famous indian princess.

Local attractions include: Living Farm Museum, Old Davidsonville State Park, The Imperial Dinner Theatre & Studio Players and the Wilderness Valley Ranch.

The industrial base of this community is diversified with products such as shoes, large truck trailers, technical components for communications, picture frames, golf bags and luggage, tool boxes, wood products and much more.

Sports and Sporting Events Beaver Dam Duck Hunts |
Transportation Nick Wilson Field Airport |
Wildlife Viewing Pins & Tails Hunting Guide |

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12/09 Coming to The area
Arkansas Scottish Festival Batesville AR April13-14 Located on the campus of Bates College, the festival kicks off with a celtic concert on Friday night and include bagpipe contests and highland dancing competitions.
Memphis Italian Festival Memphis TN May30-June1 A little taste of Italy, right here in Memphis.
National Championship Chuckwagon Races Clinton AR August31-September2 Chuckwagon Races, Snowy River Race, bronc fanning, music, concerts, camping, trail riding, western trade show, horse and mule clinics, seminars, and barn dances.
Arkansas Rice Festival Weiner AR October11-12 Observing the rich heritage of rice farming in Arkansas and celebrating harvest. See and old time rice threshing demonstration and the youth duck calling contest.