Poison Spring State Park is a day use park complete with picnic furnishings, a trail and a diorama summarizing the Battle of Poison Spring. This site is dedicated to the battle fought there April 18, 1864, during the Camden expedition of the Red River Campaign. Confederate troops attacked Union soldiers returning from taking supplies from Camden, Arkansas.
Washington, Arkansas | The park offers insight into a 19th century community and builds understanding of the people, times, and events of the Territorial, Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction eras in Arkansas history.
Bluff City, Arkansas | Adjacent to Poison Springs State Forest, this park lies on the shore of 1,700-acre Lower White Oak Lake and includes an exhibit area with actual artifacts from the Poison Spring battle.