- Conway Cemetery Historic State Park
Conway Cemetery State Park is located near the town of Bradley, Arkansas, and is one of the smallest Arkansas state parks.
The park encompasses the old homesite and family cemetery of the historic Arkansas Conway family including the first governor of Arkansas, James Sevier Conway. The Conway-Sevier-Rector family dominated Arkansas politics from territorial days until the American Civil War.
No camping or recreational facilities are available at the historic site.
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