Vendors Welcomed

We are now accepting applications for vendors for the Music Festival.

Retail and craft booths are available for $25 for a 10 x 10 booth. Food booths are available for $30 per 10 foot booth. If you require electricity, there will be an additional $10 charge for 110 volts (no heat press or microwaves may be used).

Applications are due by August 24th.

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Save the Date

The 2012 Highway 67 Rock & Roll Music Festival is set for September 6, 7 & 8.

Events will include the annual Sock Hop, Dog Show, Haunted Tours, a day full of music, the NAPA Car Cruise, vendors and more!

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Upcoming Events at Davidsonville Historic State Park

September

Labor Day Weekend – September 1 – 3, 2012

Labor Day weekend is a great time for cook outs and camping. It’s also a great time to enjoy various programs, like owl prowls, star gazing, black powder demonstrations and town site tours, at Davidsonville Historic State Park. Call the park or check our website for specific programs, times and prices.

The Great Arkansas Clean-Up – September 15, 2012
9am to noon

All across Arkansas people will be coming together to clean up our beautiful state. Show your state pride by helping the park staff clean up one of your Arkansas State Parks. We’re here to help you make memories, so let’s make them trash free memories. Refreshments will be provided.

Admission Fee: Free

October

Ghosts of Davidsonville Fall Festival – October 13, 2012
2pm to 9pm

It’s that time again. There’s a chill in the air, color in the trees, pumpkins abound and what’s that? Do you hear the whisperings of ghosts down at Davidsonville? Gather up the family and come on down for our annual Ghosts of Davidsonville Fall Festival. Activities include musical performances, carnival games, face painting, balloon artist, carnival food and of course the historic hayride around the Davidsonville town site and through the decorated campground. This event is perfect for children of all ages, and we’re certain even adults will enjoy themselves at the Ghosts of Davidsonville Fall Festival.