8 Things to Do in Cabot That You Shouldn't Miss

February 28, 2018 Vivienne Hutton

Cabot is the largest city in Lonoke County, Arkansas, United States and a suburb of Little Rock. According to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city is 25,797, ranking it as the state's 20th largest city, behind Paragould. It is part of the Little Rock–North Little Rock–Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area. Cabot has the third highest median household income in Arkansas (after Maumelle and White Hall).
Restaurants in Cabot

1. Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery

Cabot, AR
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery

Reviewed By Mary L - Cabot, Arkansas, United States

I play the fiddle/violin and I go over to the site periodically and play Civil War tunes for the boys...even though they aren't up and running... I think they can hear my songs and probably enjoy hearing them. They make a wonderful audiance...none of them have complained yet. It's a good place for me to get some practice time.

2. Jacksonville Museum of Military History

100 Veterans Cir, Jacksonville, AR 72076-4344 +1 501-241-1943
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4.5 based on 30 reviews

Jacksonville Museum of Military History

Reviewed By db_Blue - Missouri

We've stopped here a couple of times, finding different displays each time. The large exhibit of a missle silo launch control room is unique. Next time I hope to get outdoor photos of the aircraft displayed. (a Huey chopper & F-105 jet)

3. Do Drop In Flea Market

316 W Center St, Beebe, AR 72012-3206 +1 501-882-2424
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4.5 based on 11 reviews

Do Drop In Flea Market

Reviewed By Arkbrit - Cabot

The "Do Drop In" is a wonderful place with down to earth, heart warming, salt of the earth people running it.
They have such a variety of wares, big and small. Old vintage items, antiques and everyday functional items. Whatever I need and don't want to pay retail for,,,, if I wait long enough I can nab it there.
They also offer a map to ALL the flea markets on the town. I am now a regular customer.

4. Reed's Bridge Battlefield

5006 AR-161 Jacksonville, AR 72076, Jacksonville, AR +1 501-241-1943
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4.5 based on 25 reviews

Reed's Bridge Battlefield

Reviewed By TallTexWally - Texarkana, Texas

This park on the south side of Jacksonville, AR preserves the battlefield of Reed's Bridge. It was part of the Little Rock Campaign in September 1863 when Union General Frederick Steele forced Confederate General Sterling Price to abandon the Arkansas State Capital and retreat to the southwestern part of Arkansas. There were 11 Confederate States and it is my understanding that Little Rock was the 4th State Capital to fall to the Union Army, Nashville, Tennessee being the first in February, 1862, and Baton Rouge. LA and Jackson, MS were the next two to be occupied. Historical markers describe the battle here. There was a bridge over Bayou Meto, and the Confederate troops burned the bridge to stop the Union army from getting closer to Little Rock. As it turned out, this only delayed the capture for a few weeks. Not all Civil War battlefields have been preserved, and I was pleased that Reed's Bridge had so many historical markers about the event, plus the actual ground along Bayou Meto where the fighting took place is now part of the park. Congratulations to the people who made the effort to preserve this Civil War Battlefield. US 67 is the main freeway through Jacksonville. You need to exit the freeway and go to the downtown area of Jacksonville, which is east of the freeway. Highway 161 will take you south to the battlefield. There are historical markers on both sides of the bridge where Highway 161 crosses Bayou Meto. You can also reach the battlefield by taking the 440 Freeway which connects I -40 with US 67. Take the Highway 161 exit, and head north towards Jacksonville.

5. AGFF Shooting Sports Complex

2800 Graham Rd, Jacksonville, AR 72076-9073 +1 501-241-2441
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4.5 based on 12 reviews

AGFF Shooting Sports Complex

Reviewed By Callitlikeyouseeit - Little Rock, Arkansas

I took my eight-year-old son out for some trap shooting. The place was clean and very well-kept. One of the gentleman that worked there came by and offered some great advice to my son. The guys name is Gene. I really appreciate the help he offered. We will be back.

6. Squizito Tasting Room

2051 W Main St, Suite D2, Cabot, AR 72023-7479 +1 501-286-6109
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5 based on 3 reviews

Squizito Tasting Room

Stop in anytime to taste our 45 flavors of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Infused/Fused Olive Oil, White and Dark Balsamic Vinegar, and Specialty vinegars and oils. In addition, we have coffee, tea, pasta, sauces, and breads. Perfect for souvenirs or gifts!

Reviewed By jamie b - Cabot, Arkansas

We've visited a place like this years ago in Eureka and loved it but I must say this is the next level for Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegar. The bread samples were amazing and are from a local farm that highlight all the unique flavored...MoreI'm so glad you enjoyed your visit Jamie b! The toasted sesame and honey ginger have become a store Favorite!

7. Fired Up Cabot

1102 S Pine St, Ste 2, Cabot, AR 72023-3836 +1 501-422-0804
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Fired Up Cabot

Reviewed By Lianeg614 - Beebe, Arkansas

Very small selection, but nice staff, small space, help yourself style. Was not fun enough to make me want to do it again. Prefer painted pig because of selection, space, and staff

8. Posh Boutique

365 Hwy 367 South,, Suite 4, Cabot, AR 72023 +1 501-259-6608

We are a women's clothing boutique focused on fashion forward trends.

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