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Visitors

A City with Plenty to See and Do

Not only is White Hall a great place to live, it’s a great place to visit! Our array of attractions rival those offered by much larger cities. We’ll keep you entertained for as long as you like!

Skateboarder flies in the air near White Hall City Park entrance sign

White Hall City Park:

Centerpiece of Recreational Options


This tobacco-free municipal park boasts six regulation ball fields, a paved walking trail, newly renovated picnic pavilions with charcoal grills, playground equipment, an amphitheater, clean restrooms. and a purpose-built skate park.


Nearby, the newest amenity is a quarter-acre, fenced dog park that offers owners and their pets two off-leash options for both larger and smaller canines. Each area has escape-proof sally port entrances and exits, and a pavilion for visitors to sit in shade and watch their dogs play.


The park is extremely well-maintained for the safety and enjoyment of all visitors. Located near City Hall at 101 Parkway Drive, there is ample, paved parking for everyone. Call 870.247.2399 for more information.

Visitors at Crenshaw Springs Water Park play in water near train feature

Crenshaw Springs Water Park:

Our Colorful, Exciting Leisure Option


The park’s water features entertain everyone in the family, from toddlers to their grandparents. A zero-depth-entry pool allows kiddies walk into the water as deep as they feel comfortable, plus they can play in the spray features in the pool’s shallows or climb onboard the Crenshaw Express, a locomotive replica equipped with slides for small fry. Other features are The Squirrel’s Nest (junior-sized flume slides), Deep Doggie Dive boards and the Don’t Fall Rock Wall, the undulating Cottonmouth Curse and heart-stopping Diamondback Dive high-altitude flume slides. Guests who prefer just to relax can climb onto an inflated ring and float lazily along Crenshaw Creek. Two-Dog Jack’s Poolside Grill can satisfy with hot or cold snacks and beverages.


The park is located at 9801 Dollarway Road. The phone number is 870.247.6964.

Interior showcases at White Hall Museum

White Hall Museum Captures Our Past


The museum’s collection has grown to include a variety of exhibits that are interesting to the entire family. An entire room is devoted to a collection of memorabilia from several wars in U. S. history, including  a coconut sent by the late Earl Elkins as a “postcard” to his wife, Dorothy. Also featured are collections of items that describe White Hall life in the past, including items from the Pine Bluff Arsenal.


On the grounds, visitors will discover a collection of antique farming implements and a section of the historic Old Dollarway Road, which holds the distinction of being the longest concrete-paved highway at the time it was built. A railroad caboose, a gift from the Cotton Belt Railroad, is located in a mini-park at  the east end of the property.


The museum is open to the public Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 12:00 to 3:00pm. For more information, you may call 870.247.9406.

A band performs onstage at night during White Hall Founders Day

Founders Day is an Annual Highlight

of White Hall Community Life


Sponsored by the White Chamber of Commerce, Founder's Day is a special tradition that celebrates the anniversary of White Hall's incorporation as a first class city. Festivities culminate in an event-packed day on the third Saturday of October. In the  morning,  fun starts off with the big breakfast served at the John Terry Amphitheater in the White Hall City Park.


Rolling off at 10:00AM, the annual parade travels through town on Dollarway Road. Prizes are awarded for parade floats in two judged divisions.


Live entertainment takes place throughout the day and the park is teeming with arts and crafts booths, food booths and activities for the entire family.