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Hazen, AR

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Hazen is located around 45 miles from Little Rock. The Rock Island Depot in town was built in 1915 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as representing the importance of the railroad to the growth of this small town on the Arkansas prairie.

The town is also home to the Railroad Prairie Natural Area. East and west of Hazen is a remnant of the Grand Prairie, a noted bird sanctuary with native wildflowers and trees of the prairie, that shows what the area was like before the introduction of modern agriculture.  

The Wattensaw Wildlife Management Area is also here. Here you can find primitive campsites, ponds for fishing, archery ranges, the Wattensaw Bayou Water Trail and more. And famous Craig's Bar-B-Q is located a few miles away in nearby De Valls Bluff.

The Rock Island Depot is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Mayor Kathryn Orlicek was instrumental in restoring the depot and, with the help of some of the women’s clubs in town, raised money for the project. Of the four Rock Island Railroad depots originally in Arkansas, the Hazen depot is the only stucco and brick building with a slate roof.

The present First United Methodist Church building is the oldest church structure in Hazen, having been built in 1934. The biggest annual event for the community is the Rice Festival in October.

Hazen has been home to three Miss Arkansas winners. Pam Jackson became Miss Arkansas in 1963 when Donna Axom won the Miss America Pageant, as did Micki Petrus in 1981 when Elizabeth Ward became Miss America. Eudora Mosby won the pageant in 2005.

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