Other Attractions in Chaffee

 

Maness School House / StoneHouse Restaurant

The Maness School House, completed in February 1937, is the only building in the entire area that was not moved or destroyed when the Department of Defense acquired 72,000 acres to build Camp Chaffee. German POW's built the back porch in 1943. The school was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 29, 2003. Today, this historical building is home to StoneHouse Restaurant, known for fine dining indoors and outside on its historic back porch. Outdoor events and parties are often held here. A ribbon cutting was held on April 14, 2016 that was attended by several members of the last class held at the school in 1940. 

 

 

 


 

 William O. Darby RV Park

 

The William O. Darby RV Community is family-owned and operated with 38 RV sites for local and cross-country RV campers. Whether you are visiting for a day, a week, a month, or even longer, they offer great rates to make your stay the most affordable and enjoyable it can be. Prices include WiFi, cable and full hook-ups.

 

The park is located at 11601 Darby Avenue, Fort Smith, AR. To learn more visit their website - http://williamodarbyrv.com/

 

 

 

 

Recent News


Oct 24, 2022

Owners of a whiskey distillery want to expand operations to the Historic District at Chaffee Crossing. The Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority (FCRA) approved the $675,000 sale of Building 339 and 5.32 acres to Axe and the Oak Distillery.


Oct 14, 2022

Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Congressman Steve Womack attended the groundbreaking Thursday for the expansion of Interstate 49 from Barling to Alma.


Oct 14, 2022

Photos taken by the Southwest Times Record are available for public viewing.  


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