||Arkansas/Texas Border, Just south of Ogden, Arkansas, a town in Little River County, Arkansas, North of Texarkana, Arkansas, United States Highway #59 starts its journey through the state of Arkansas before entering Oklahoma within Ouachita National Forest Area.
|Ogden Rd : Ogden, AR
||Ogden Road, Grand Street, Ogden, Arkansas, a town in Little River County, Arkansas,
|Co Rd 76 : Nacoosa Paper Ret.Pond
||County Road 76/Little River 73, Nacoosa Paper Retention Pond, SW Arkansas WD Holding Basin lies nearby.
|Rankin St: Ashdown, AR
||Intersection of State Route #32/Rankin Street
|Junction : Wilton, AR
||Junction State Route #234/Main Street, Wilton, Arkansas, a town in Little River County, Arkansas, Community of Alleene, Arkansas, lies west of here.
|Access : Public Use Area
||Access to, Wilton Landing Public Use Area, Little River 40 Road, nearby leads to Patterson Shoals Public Use Area, on the west on Little River.
|Wilson Creek Rd :
||Wilson Creek Road/State Route #27, Ben Lomond, Arkansas, a town in Sevier County, Arkansas, Brown Creek Road to Schaal, Arkansas, a town in Howard County, Arkansas, located near Mineral Springs and Nashville, Arkansas.
|Melrose Road :
||Melrose Road/Central Road, Paraclifta Monument, Horatio, Arkansas, a city in Sevier County, Arkansas, lies northwest of here.
|Junction : Lockesburg, AR
||Junction United States Highway #371, State Route #24, Lockesburg, Arkansas, a town in Sevier County, Arkansas, Lockesburg Waterworks, a waterworks built in 1936, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Nashville, Arkansas, lies several miles east on United States Route #371, Horatio, Arkansas a city in Sevier County, Arkansas, located on the west along State Route #24.
|Junction US Rte #70 :
||Junction United States Highway #70, Dierks, Arkansas, a city in Howard County, Arkansas,
|US Rte #70: Dequeen, AR
||United States Route #70/Collin Ray Drive, De Queen, Arkansas, a city in Sevier County, Arkansas, Herman Direk Memorial Park, Global Divine Intervention, Dequeen Courthouse, Dequeen Medical Center, J.Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport, a public airport lies west of De Queen, Arkansas, along US Route #70. Cossatot Community College,
|Co Rd 415 : Park
||County Road 415/Dequeen Lake Road, Pine Ridge Park, located on the southwestern shore of the DeQueen Lake, a small reservoir along the Rolling Fork River in Sevier County, Arkansas, lies northwest of DeQueen, Arkansas.
|Co Rd 35/Ladd Bridge Rd : Park
||County Road 35/Ladd Bridge Road, Bellah Mine Road, to Bellah Mine Park / Bellah Creek Use Area, Oak Grove Use Area, located on the northern shores of DeQueen Lake, a small reservoir along the Rolling Fork River in Sevier County, Arkansas, west off United States Highway #59.
|Copperhead Road : Gillham, AR
||Copperhead Road/Morris, Gillham, Arkansas, a town in Sevier County, Arkansas, Gillham Lake,
|Mineral Road : Lake
||Mineral Road, Tower Road, to, Gillham Lake, a reservoir located along the Cossatot River, east off United States Highway #59. Mineral Road/County Road on the west side of the United State Highway #59 makes a loop and connects with US Highway #59 at Grannis, Arkansas,
|Franchiseur Rd. :
||Franchiseur Road, Grannis, Arkansas, a city in Polk County, Arkansas, Boggs Springs Youth Encampment of the American Baptist Association, located near Grannis, Arkansas. Big Coon Creek Park, lies east of here on the west shore of Gillham Lake, a reservoir located along the Cossatot River,
|Junction US Rte #278: Wickes, AR
||Junction United States Highway #278/Baker Springs Road, Wickes, Arkansas, a town in Polk County, Arkansas, Wickes City Hall, a 100 year old building, Lighthouse Drive-in, are historic places in Wickes, Arkansas.
|Polk Rd 268 : Hatton, AR
||Polk Road 268/Polk Road 16, Community of Hatton, Arkansas,
|State Route #246 :
||State Route #246, Vandervoort, Arkansas a town in Polk County, Arkansas,
|Barton Ave : Cove, AR
||Barton Avenue, Polk Road 23, Cove, Arkansas, a town in Polk County, Arkansas, Ouachita National Forest lies about 4 miles east of here.
|State Hwy 246 : Hatfield, AR
||State Highway #246, Stevens Road, Hatfield, Arkansas, a town in Polk County, Arkansas, Forestry Commission, Hatfield Town Office,
|Co Rd 37 : Motor Cyclist Association
||County Road 37, meets State Route #375, Christian Motor Cyclist Association located nearby on United States Highway #59.
|Polk Rd 78 : Ouachita Nat'l Forest
||Polk Road 78, traverses the Ouachita National Forest, the oldest National Forest, that lies in the western portion of Arkansas and portions of eastern Oklahoma.
|State Rte #375: Potter Junction, AR
||State Route #375/Polk Road 42, Community of Potter Junction, Arkansas, Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport, a public airport located southeast of Mena, Arkansas, could be accessed through Polk Road 42 and Polk Road 52 on the east.
|Fairgrounds Rd : Fairgrounds
||Fairgrounds Road, Polk County Fairgrounds, Lionsk Club Golf Course,
|Mena St. :
||Mena Street, State Route #88, Mena, Arkansas a city in Polk County, Arkansas, Janssen Park, Polk County Library, Lee McMillan Park, Lake Wihelmina, a lake located west along State Route #8, To the southeast lies Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport, a public airport located southeast of Mena, Arkansas, a city in Polk County, Arkansas,
|Morrow St. : College
||Morrow Street, Rich Mountain Community College, a public two-year institution of higher learning located in Mena, Arkansas. Mena Regional Health System, National Guard, Northside Shopping Center, is nearby.
|Junction State Route #88
||Junction State Route #88, Mena Lake, Ouachita Country Club, Ink, Arkansas, a community in Polk County, Arkansas, lies east along State Route #88.
|Junction US Route #270/71 : Acorn, AR
||Junction United States Route #270/71, Acorn, Arkansas, a town in Polk County, Arkansas, This three-way junction, marks the end of three separate United States highway concurrencies.
|Junction State Route #272
||Junction State Route #272 / Ryder Road, Queen Wihelmina State Park, a State Park lies along State Route #88 within Ouachita National Forest, in Arkansas.
|Oklahoma/Arkansas State Line
||Oklahoma/Arkansas State Line. This is where United States Highway #59 ends its run in Arkansas and enters Oklahoma. Black Fork Mountain Wilderness, located in Arkansas and Oklahoma, nearby within Ouachita National Forest. Black bears, skunks, pheasants, white-tailed deer, and bobcats are can be found in the wilderness.