Since 1938, the Johnson County Peach Festival, held annually in Clarksville, has become the oldest outdoor festival in the state of Arkansas. This weeklong festival offers music, food, arts & crafts, several queen and princess contests, and games galore, including a terrapin derby, frog jump, greased pig chase, peach eating contest, peach pit spitting contest, a 4-mile run, and more!
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