Camp Ouachita Girl Scout Camp - National Historic District by Lake Sylvia in the Ouachita National Forest south of Perryville.
Perry County Courthouse - One of the oldest operating courthouse buildings west of the Mississippi River. Located in Perryville.
Perry County Historical Museum -The Perry County Historical Museum is a striking monument to rural craftsmanship. The former American Legion "hut" was constructed in 1935.
Hawks School House - County Road 7
Hollis CCC Camp Site -- 4000 ft. north of junction county rd. 4 and AR Hwy 7 Scenic Byway, Hollis
C. L. Sailor House - Wilson St., Bigelow
Houston Methodist Episcopal Church - AR 60 near jct with AR 216, Houston
Bigelow Methodist Episcopal Church - West of jct of Volman and Emma Streets, Bigelow
Bigelow Rosenwald School (Rosenwald Community Center) - Jct AR 60 and Bethel AME Road, Toad Suck
Cypress Creek Bridge - County Rd 64 over Cypress Creek, Perry.
Fourche LaFave River Bridge - AR Highway 7 Scenic Byway over Fourche LaFave River, Nimrod
South Fourche LaFave River Bridge - AR Highway 7 Scenic Byway, over South Fourche LaFave River, Hollis
Nimrod (Wallace) Bridge - Perry County Road 18, Nimrod
Pink Williams House - Williams Junction.
Rison House and Family Cemetary - 1845. John and Harriet Rison built a Methodist church in Perryville. Their home became a center for community affairs. It is Perryville's oldest building
Antioch Log Church - 1874
St. Boniface Church and Cemetary - Highway 60 East
Bowen House - 1800's hospital