Faulkner County

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Faulkner County is a county in central Arkansas. It is part of the Little Rock–North Little Rock–Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area. Although Faulkner County is a dry county, several businesses in Conway are obtaining club memberships in order to serve alcohol to legal patrons.



Transportation infrastructure


Law, government, and politics

The county seat of Faulkner County is Conway.


Conway has the University of Central Arkansas, Hendrix College, and Central Baptist College.


Places of interest


As of the 2000 United States Census, the population was 86,014. The county covers 664 square miles, giving it a population density of 130 people/square mile.


Faulkner County has a number of incorporated cities within its boundaries: Conway, Greenbrier, Holland, Mayflower, and Mount Vernon. Incorporated towns in the county are Damascus, Enola, Guy, Twin Groves, Vilonia, and Wooster.

Other populated places in Faulkner County:

  • Acklin Gap (historical)
  • Barney
  • Belk Corner
  • Beryl
  • Bessie (historical)
  • Bono
  • Bristol (historical)
  • Brockington Corner
  • Brumley
  • Cadron (historical)
  • Caney
  • Cato
  • Center Point
  • Centerville
  • Chadwick (historical)
  • Duncans Gap (historical)
  • Enders
  • Funston
  • Garland Springs
  • Gentry Corner
  • Gleason
  • Gold Creek
  • Gold Lake Estates
  • Hamlet
  • Hawthicket (historical)
  • Lakeview Acres
  • Linder
  • Lollie
  • Martinville
  • McGintytown
  • Mount Olive
  • Naylor
  • Old Linder (historical)
  • Old Texas
  • Otto
  • Palarm
  • Pickles Gap (historical)
  • Pinnacle Springs (historical)
  • Pleasant Valley
  • Preston
  • Providence (historical)
  • Red Hill
  • Republican
  • Rolling Hills
  • Round Mountain
  • Rowlett (historical)
  • Salem (historical)
  • Saltillo
  • Shady Grove
  • Soda Valley
  • Springhill
  • Sunny Gap (historical)


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