The museum is located in an area of Arkansas known as the Grand Prairie. Due to clay soils that do not allow deep water penetration the predominant vegetation (before settlers began cultivating rice) were grasses and flowers. The site includes a relocated 1877 dog trot house and a museum with donated articles including a beautiful playhouse complete with perfectly proportioned child sized furnishings.
A brick walkway leads to the museum. The walkway has a step down to a gravel path which goes to the dog trot house. The gravel is loose and hard to push through. A ramp accesses the porch.
The parking lot is large enough for any RV if parked along the loop.