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Hope Visitor Center
100 E. Division St
Hope, AR 71801

Amtrak service began on April 4, 2013.
WI-FI available in station waiting area.

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Station    9 points of interest   4 hotels     2 visitor resources

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sep 22-27 Southwest District Livestock Show (Fair)
Fair Park Coliseum
May 12, 2015 UACCH Graduation (Academic)
University of Arkansas Community College at Hope
DRIVING DIRECTIONS

 
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PARKING

Short/long term 40 spaces. Division & Walnut Streets (east of station). Unattended; park at own risk.

Short/long term 40 spaces. Division & Elm Streets (west of station). Unattended; park at own risk.

LOCAL TRANSIT

Intercity Bus
217 E 3rd St - 3 blk S
(870) 777-5340

Taxi Downtown Taxi

Hope Taxi
500 W 3rd - 0.4 mi SW
(870) 571-5717

LOCAL NEWS OUTLETS

Hope Star  •  www.hopestar.com
KHPA Super Country 105  •  supercountry105.com
KTSS Television  •  www.ktss.tv
hopeprescott.com  •  hopeprescott.com
CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES


Rep. Tom Cotton
(R-AR, dist. 4)

415 Cannon House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-3772
Sen. John Boozman
(R)

320 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-4843

Sen. Mark L. Pryor
(D)

255 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-2353

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Did you know...
Hometown of former President Bill Clinton and former Governor Mike Huckabee, Hope is the "Watermelon Capital of the World," with record-setting melons up to 265 pounds. Hope used to manufacture bricks, and the old drying kilns and office buildings of the Hope Brick Works are visible to our right on the north edge of town. In years past, Pullman sleeping cars were switched from the train at Hope, for movement over the Louisiana & Arkansas Railway to Shreveport. This is good deer hunting country. Cattle and poultry are also important to the local economy. The area between Hope and the Red River is noted for its bois d'arc trees, whose extremely hard wood was once sought to make horse-drawn farming implements.