Rooted in the Arkansas Delta, Woodruff County is a ruggedly beguiling taste of the Deep South, shoulder to shoulder with the Ozarks.
Augusta (pop. 2100) is the county seat, located on the banks of the White River, equidistant from Little Rock & West Memphis. This sleepy, sprawling river delta has lured curious visitors into longer sojourns since pioneer times.
A haven for nature lovers, the area lays claim to internationally-known Cache River National Wildlife Refuge – a critical migratory hub and wetland zone spanning over 70,000 acres. Small-town festivals like Augusta Days combine carnival fun with the region’s thriving local history. Save time for golfing, fishing, and a tour of the historic downtown.
McCrory (pop. 1700) is a historic railroad town not far from the White River wildlife areas. Its town square is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.