Introduction to Trumann, Arkansas
Trumann was originally named Mosher. It was renamed Weona in 1902 after a lumber company in the area. The city was incorporated in 1917 as Trumann. It gained status of a second class city in 1924. Trumann became a first class city in 1958. The city is located in Poinsett County, which was established on February 28, 1838, and named after Joel R. Poinsett.
Trumann and nearby Attractions
- Rose Hall Great House
- Wayne Short Memorial Park
- Lepanto USA Museum
- Lake Poinsett State Park
- Viva Drive Church of Christ
- Parkin Archeological State Park
Things To Do In Trumann
You can visit Ozark Street Park, West Side Park, and North Side Park while staying in Trumann. The city is also home to many houses of worship such as the First United Methodist Church, Viva Drive Church of Christ, and First United Pentecostal Church. Shopping can be enjoyed at the North Mart Shopping Center. The Marked Tree Delta Area Museum and the Lepanto USA Museum are also worth visiting.
Air transportation is available from Millington Municipal Airport.
Trumann Higher Education
Residents of Trumann can avail higher education from Arkansas State University-Main Campus, Southwest Tennessee Community College-Union Campus, and the University of Memphis.