Latitude / Longitude:
34° 7′ 37 N, 93° 26′ 24 W
Central (CST) (UTC-6)
In the early 20th century, Graysonia was a main hub for the local timber industry. It had a population of actual residents estimated at better than 1,000.
Graysonia was once a boomtown in Clark County, Arkansas, United States, but has since become a ghost town. It is located on a dirt road in what is now known locally as “the middle of nowhere”, halfway between Arkadelphia and Alpine. There are no populated communities in its vicinity and only a few scattered residences within a few miles of the former town’s location.
Shipped the first flask of Arkansas cinnabar in 1932