The Park at West End

The picturesque pocket park features a vintage Bertazzon Carousel that is currently being renovated by Lorrie Staggs with Hidden Talent Fine Art Gallery & Restoration, an antique Pullman Railcar diner that is now home to Wild Waffles, a Double Decker Bus aka The White Buffalo Tavern serving concessions, and a 1935 World's Fair Ferris Wheel that will soon be operational. A large-scale mural by world-renowned artist D*FACE (UK) also serves as the backdrop of the unique park. 

Plus, an LED-lighted Splash Pad is located just to the exterior of the west-facing border of the park, and the Fort Smith Farmers Market is held just across the street.



Distance from Convention Center:

0.5 mi.

Mon-Tues: Closed
Wed-Fri: 4 PM - 9 PM
Sat-Sun: 9 AM - 2 PM

*extended hours on some holidays and during large events held downtown.



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Free Admission
Free Parking

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