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ALONG A WOODLAND PATH
Located on five acres adjacent to the Education Center, the Oilfield Park includes seven operating examples of the oil producing methods used in the south Arkansas Oil Field from the 1920s through today.
Standard Pumping Rig and Wooden Derrick
Symbolic of the 1920s South Arkansas oil boom, the wooden performed an important role in oil well drilling.
Modern Pumping Unit
Electrification beginning the mid-1940s, economy and minimal maintenance characterize the modern pumping unit.
Walk along the woodland path and experience Arkansas's natural beauty.
Symbolic of holding tanks for crude oil and saltwater crude oil collection.
The grounds are proudly maintained to perfection all year round.
Depicts 1930S-1940S 87' Angle Iron Derrick with Pennsylvania Pumping Jack. This well operates from a series of rods connected to the central power source.
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The Exhibit Center and Oil Field Park are fully accessible.
Parking spaces near the entrance
Wheelchairs available (2 onsite)