Lollie Bottoms is an agricultural bottomland near the Arkansas River in southwestern Faulkner County, Arkansas. The Lollie Levee at the west end of the area holds back the river. The levee was constructed after the devastating Great Flood of 1927, which submerged the city of Conway to the east.
Lollie Bottoms is the future site of a new $25 million Conway airport to be built beginning in 2011. The airport will have a 5,500 foot runway.
- Fran Tolliver - Arkansas Black Pioneers: A History of African-American Colonies in Arkansas - Lesson Plan #3: The Lollie Plantation in Faulkner County
- Conway Breaks Ground for New Airport
- Geologists examine Lollie Levee
- Lollie Bottoms Residents Concerned About City's Plans
- Sen. Pryor Asked to Hasten Lollie Bottoms Airport Funding