Nestled at the bottom of Ouachita foothills in Howard County is the town of Nashville. The town’s claim to fame is the discovery of one of the largest dinosaur trackways, only a few miles away, in 1983. Although the original trackway is not there now, tourists can have a look at the replicas of molds of the dinosaur (sauropods) footprints at certain exhibition halls in Arkansas. There is no lack of picnic spots in the town, making it the perfect place to visit with family. The Howard County Courthouse was established 1938 and is recorded on the National Register of Historic Places. Other places of interest include Nashville City Park and Elberta Arts Center.