Pine Bluff Travel Guide

Located in the heart of Arkansas, Pine Bluff is one of the largest in the state. Also known as the ‘City of Murals’, it lies near the Arkansas River on the boundary of the West Gulf coastal plain and the flat delta. The city is also known as the ‘Bass capital of the World‘ and hosts numerous fishing tournaments throughout the year.

Boasting a small-town atmosphere with big-city amenities, Pine Bluff’s charming downtown district, plenty of historical attractions and limitless opportunities for outdoor activity make it a popular place for meetings and conventions. Thirteen vibrant murals decorate the building walls in downtown, with images of the city’s history.

Lake Pine Bluff lies just north of downtown and is a great place for fishing and bird watching for waterfowl and egrets. East of the lake is the Pine Bluff-Jefferson County Regional Park, with a campground, the Delta Rivers Nature Center, a wildlife education facility and the public Harbor Oaks Golf Course.


Boone-Murphy-Moore House: dates back to 1861 and served as Union Col Powell Clayton’s headquarters following the 1863 Battle of Pine Bluff.

Hudson-Grace-Pearson Home: from the 1930s in Victorian style was originally a one-story structure, later extended to two stories.

Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame: features an animated statue of Johnny Cash that can play numerous original songs and works by best-selling author John Grisham.

Arkansas Railroad Museum: is home to Engine 819, Pine Bluff’s celebrated steam queen of steam, and skillfully restored passenger cars and baggage cars.

Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Historical Museum: is housed in the Union Station train depot and features fine collections of Civil War and WWII artifacts, Victorian furniture and cotton farming implements.