Central Region

1. Camp Ouachita Girl Scout Camp Historic District S of Hwy. 10 on Hwy. 324 near Lake Sylvia, Civilian Conservation Corps-built camp area and lake dating from 1936-38, 01/02/92.
2. Gann Row Historic District
Bordered by Pine, Market, Maple and S. Main Sts., Benton, working class District of Craftsman and Folk Victorian-style structures, 02/05/99.
3. Robinson Historic District
Bounded by Cross, Prince, Faulkner, Watkins Sts. and Robinson Ave., Conway, 1890-1950 structures designed in Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, Prairie, Craftsman, Minimal Traditional and Spanish Colonial Revival styles, 01/29/01.
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4. Marshall Square Historic District
Bounded by 17th, McAlmont, 18th, and Vance Sts., Little Rock, solid block of vernacular 1918 rental houses, 08/10/79.
5. MacArthur Park Historic District
Bounded by Capitol, Scott, E. 9th, and I-30, Little Rock, contains structures built 1842-1935, originally listed 07/25/77, amended 05/22/86.
6. South Scott Street Historic District
Bounded by S. 24th, S. 25th, S. Scott and S. Main Sts., Little Rock, 1885-1950 collection of Queen Anne Revival, Colonial Revival, Craftsman and Ranch-style buildings, 11/12/99.
7. South Main Street Apartments Historic District
2209-2214 Main St., Little Rock, pair of 1941 Colonial Revival-style structures, 04/07/95.
8. Governor's Mansion Historic District
(as amended) Bounded roughly by Roosevelt, Chester, 13th, and Louisiana Sts., Little Rock, primarily residential structures built 1880-1930 and featuring 1948-50 Jeffersonian-style Governor's Mansion, originally listed 09/13/78, amended: 09/15/88, 11/22/93, 12/05/96 and 11/05/99.
9. Central High School Neighborhood Historic District
Bounded roughly by Martin Luther King Dr., Thayer Ave., W. 12th St. and Roosevelt Rd., Little Rock, structures built between 1900-1930 reflecting a variety of architectural styles, originally listed 08/16/96, boundary increased 01/17/97.
10. Philander Smith College Historic District
Bordered by 11th, 13th, Izard and State streets, Little Rock, structures related to African-American college campus, 09/13/99.
11. East Markham Street Historic District
301-323 President Clinton Blvd., Little Rock, 1870s-1905 commercial buildings, 05/05/99.
12. Railroad Call Historic District
108-114 S. Pulaski St., Little Rock, 1906 transitional Colonial Revival-style railroad worker housing, 07/09/97.
13. Tuf-Nut Historic Commercial District
300-312 Rock St. and 423 E. 3rd St., ca. 1922 and ca. 1927 industrial commercial structures, 03/27/03.
14. Capitol View Neighborhood Historic District
Roughly bordered by Riverview Dr., Schiller St., W. 7th St. and Woodrow St., Little Rock, contains buildings erected 1900-1950 exhibiting the Craftsman, English Revival, Spanish Revival, Colonial Revival, Queen Anne and Minimal Traditional styles, 03/13/01.
15. Hillcrest Historic District
Bounded by Woodrow, Jackson, Markham, and N. Lookout Rd., Little Rock, houses, commercial structures, and institutional buildings erected 1890-1940, 12/18/90; amended to include area bounded by Evergreen, Harrison, Lee and Jackson Sts., mainly residential structures dating 1920-40, 10/08/92.
16. Boyle Park
bounded by 38th St., Dorchester Dr., Covewood Cir., Glenmere Dr., Kanis Rd. and W. 12th St., Little Rock, contains structures built 1935-37 by Civilian Conservation Corps, 09/22/95.
17. Fort Logan H. Roots Military Post Historic District Scenic Hill Dr., North Little Rock, 1893 military post, 09/04/74.
18. Argenta Historic District Roughly Melrose Circle and Willow St. S to W. 4th St., and Main St. from W. 6th St. to W. 3rd St., North Little Rock, commercial and residential structures dating 1890-1942 reflecting the early days of North Little Rock, 03/15/93, amended 06/21/99.
19. Park Hill Historic District
Roughly bounded by Plainview Circle, Crestview Blvd., Ridge Rd. and H Ave., North Little Rock, contains structures built 1922-1950 designed in the Craftsman, English Revival, Spanish Revival, Mediterranean, Plain Traditional, Minimal Traditional and Commercial styles, 08/16/00.
20. Park Hill Fire Station and Water Company Complex
3417-3421 Magnolia St., North Little Rock, six 1938 structures built by water company and Works Progress Administration, 11/19/93.
21. Dortch Plantation
NE of Scott off Hwy. 130, ca. 1904 farm complex with Charles Thompson-designed Marlsgate house, as well as plantation outbuildings, fields and lake, 03/21/79.
22. Lonoke Downtown Historic District
Junction of Front and Center, Lonoke, collection of commercial buildings constructed 1900-45, 05/10/96.
23. Judsonia Community Building Historic District
Judson and 6th, Judsonia, 1939 Works Progress Administration-built community center, 09/05/91.