Sponsored by: Arkansas Archeological Survey
Join us for this unique guided tour to celebrate International Archeology Day. Gain insight into the artifacts used to reveal the story of feasting at this ceremonial site. Park interpreters and archeologists will set up along the trail to walk you through the steps of preparing a prehistoric feast. Artifacts highlighted will include stone tools, cooking and serving vessels, as well as animal bone and plant samples used for food by the Plum Bayou people. Stop by the Arkansas Archeological Survey booth to visit with staff and learn more about what they do. We will offer three tours during the day; 9:45 – 11 a.m., 12:30 – 1:45 p.m., and 3 – 4:15 p.m. Each tour has a maximum of 20 people, so reservations are required. Call the park at (501) 961 – 9442 to reserve your spot.