From the old Arkansas Municipal Auditorium that showcased Elvis, Johnny Cash, Mae West, and scores of bygone superstars to Holiday Springs Water Park Texarkana was and is the region's go to fun place. Founded on railroads, spouting highways from the hub is a community of 2 cities that is one of a kind. Come enjoy 5 golf courses, national little league events, college bowl football, local bands and national performances in the renowned Perot Theater, the Texarkana Symphony, local festivals, the Four States Fairground rodeo events, and dog show competitions. Satisfy your taste buds with fine dining, Mexican, sea fare, and home cooking. We have space and comforts at our state of the art Arkansas Convention Center and a cluster of new hotels. Venture downtown and take a photo with one foot in Arkansas and one foot in Texas in front of the only Federal Courthouse and Post Office in 2 states Our historic downtown is filled with stories of card games and entrepreneurs, many points of interest like the Ensign Fountain, Front Street Caboose, auto, rail, and children's museums. So, explore the links, and better yet, y’all come!
A Preserve America community, this Texarkana website has been financed with Federal funds from the National Park Service, Department of the Interior an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, however the contents and opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Department of the Interior, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation by the Department of the Interior or the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program.