Welcome to Foreman!

Whether you're looking for a great fishing destination, a once-in-a-lifetime trophy elk or whitetail deer hunt or just want to take in the great outdoors for a few days, Foreman is the perfect place to do it!

Southwest Arkansas and Foreman are known for their prize game and fish. It's a sportsman's paradise.Southwest Arkansas and Foreman are known for their prize game and fish. It's a sportsman's paradise.

The area's unspoiled natural surroundings and miles of river and lake shoreline make Southwest Arkansas one of the best kept secrets in the 'Natural State'. And Foreman sits right in the middle of it all!

At less than 20 miles off Interstate 30, Foreman makes a wonderful small town excursion during RV trips. Take in some shopping in old downtown, stop by the museum for an interesting look at the areas pioneering history or just enjoy the view as you pass through for lunch at one of the local diners.

Foreman is full of friendly folks, and we're always happy to talk to strangers!

So take time to discover the road less traveled... discover Foreman.

Patience pays off. Foreman is getting a new water tower!
Foreman's new water tower during construction.With the base set, the main stack for the new water tower is carefully hoisted into place.More than a decade after officially voting to replace it's old, dilapidated water tower, Foreman residents will soon be drinking from a brand new tank. After evaluating it for upgrades and maintenance over 11 years ago, the city council then determined the old water tower would be less costly to replace than renovate. Since that time, the tower has stood largely unchanged receiving only essential maintenance to ensure safety and water quality. However, the exterior could not be painted because it was coated in older, lead-based paint which, according to State and Federal regulations, would have entailed an enormous cost to strip and dispose of properly. So, the old tank stood in disrepair as the city worked to save money and secure funding for a new one.
Officials break ground for Foreman park facility

By Jud Powell Staff Reporter Little River News
Story reprinted by permission of Little River News

Ground Breaking CeremonyForeman’s new recreational park will be located four blocks north of downtown and east of Hwy. 41 at the northwest edge of Foreman.

Officials started the physical portion of a new 43-acre recreation park in Foreman on Wednesday morning, Oct. 9, with a groundbreaking ceremony attended by State Sen. Barbara Horn, D-Ark., Teton Industrial Construction Company Civil Superintendent Jeff Henry, former State Rep. Ken Cowling, D-Ark., and Foreman Recreation Park Commissioner Teresa Woods,  as well as a number of other local community leaders.

Teton is one of several subcontractors that worked on the recent Ash Grove Cement plant expansion, and their donation is part of its community involvement initiative that seeks to give back to the communities in which they have been privileged to work.

“I have nothing but free time as far as this project is concerned,” Henry said.“I been with this project for over two months and the company has donated 5,100 concrete blocks for construction of restrooms, the concession stand and a multipurpose building at the park.”

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