Situated in southeastern region of the state is the mill town of Crossett. The town’s rich history is manifested in one of the three-room “mill houses” Crossett Lumber, which was built for its workers. It is now a part of the Crossett City Park. Established in the early 19th century, the gray, wooden structure is an ideal place for visitors interested in the history of the area. Scheduled tours are available for the tourists and locals. The Crossett City Park also incorporates a large pond, a 2.8-mile trek along with the Crossland Zoo. One more of the recreation center’s highlights is a full-size, high quality imitation of the Wiggins Cabin, a 1830s structure. If you are interested in wildlife viewing and fishing, you ought to visitFelsenthal National Wildlife Refuge.