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Lakeport Plantation

601 Highway 142, Lake Village, AR 71653-6146
+1 870-265-6031
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Antebellum plantation house - good restoration, literally on the edge of the Mississippi River... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
SEAFARER404
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Charleston, South Carolina
A wonderful relic from a bygone era

We visited the Lakeport Plantation on our last family vacation. It was not our final destination... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2017
jillianjh
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Jonesboro, Arkansas
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Lakeport Plantation is an Arkansas State University Heritage Site near Lake Village and Greenville, MS. The house was constructed ca. 1859 for Lycurgus and Lydia Johnson. It is the only remaining Arkansas antebellum plantation home on the Mississippi River. ASU began restoration of the house in 2003 and the house opened to the public in September 2007.
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601 Highway 142, Lake Village, AR 71653-6146
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Antebellum plantation house - good restoration, literally on the edge of the Mississippi River right across from Greenville. A little remote - off the main road, but easily accessible. Built in the 1850's. But really not a lot of 'there, there.' The house is big...More

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Lakeport_ar, Manager at Lakeport Plantation, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Thank you for visiting Lakeport. We appreciate your compliments on our "good explanation" of history and "good restoration." However, it is not clear from your comments that you actually toured the house and we are confused by your critical emphasis on the house's surroundings. Lakeport...More

Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

We visited the Lakeport Plantation on our last family vacation. It was not our final destination, but it was on the way. It is the only Arkansas plantation home that predates the Civil War (older homes exist, but not in a farm setting). It was...More

1  Thank jillianjh
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

This is not your average plantation home, cause it's not crammed with period objects and your not welcomed by a guide dressed up in period dress. This home is almost empty except for a couple of objects proven to belong to the house. But its...More

1  Thank Zeeburger1970
Reviewed 10 January 2017

We had a restrictive time schedule and the host accommodated us. He was knowledgeable and gave us aninteresting tour answering all our questions. Very worthwhile stop.

1  Thank Lmagnum
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

This old home is restored beautifully and no details or expense were spared at all Sits in a field of cotton

1  Thank 335nedm
Reviewed 19 November 2016

My trip last back East last year yielded many off the beaten path surprises. Lakeport Plantation being one of them. I was impressed with the restoration, and even more so, when I discovered university students had done much of the work. The guide knew the...More

Thank Jay B
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Rather than create another "pretty house," this restoration focuses on the lifestyles and relationships between the people who lived and worked at Lakeport. This is the only remaining Arkansas Plantation home on the Mississippi River. It was built in 1859 for the Lycurgus Johnson family,...More

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Lakeport_ar, Manager at Lakeport Plantation, responded to this reviewResponded 28 September 2016

Sorry we missed you Robert. The herringbone pattern brick walkway does recreate the original. Most of the walkway was covered with dirt in grass when restoration started. Archaeologists uncovered and documented the remaining bricks. These old bricks are very fragile and would not hold up...More

Reviewed 16 August 2016

We found this place on Google, travelled down from tunica 2 and 1/2 hours to catch the 2 pm tour.. Amanda our tour guide was lovely, very informative. The house has been beautifully restored. It only has some furniture in it. You really need a...More

1  Thank 344helen21
Reviewed 9 August 2016

My wife and I made the trip down to southeast Arkansas to visit the only remaining antebellum plantation remaining on the Arkansas side of the Mississippi River. ASU has done an awesome job of restoring this grand old house and we really enjoyed the tour....More

1  Thank LeadFoot2014
Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

You mustn't miss this! Do go here if you love history, but even if you don't it's an amazing place in AR to tour! Blake was our guide for this tour and we had a wonderful time touring the house and seeing cotton fields. So...More

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