Arkadelphia is located on Interstate 30, a connector between coast-to-coast Interstates 40 and 20. Other highways in the region include State Highways 128, 26, 51, 7 and 8, as well as U.S. Highway 67. Due to Clark County’s centralized location in the United States, fully one-third of the country is just one take of gas away.
Arkadelphia’s airport—Dexter B. Florence Memorial Field—has a runway length of 5,000 feet and a lighted paved surface.
Less than an hour drive from Little Rock, Arkadelphia is easily accessible to major infrastructure and facilities of the Arkansas State Capitol. The Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport provides connections to anywhere in the world. The community is a four-hour drive from Dallas and a three-hour drive from Memphis.
Arkadelphia is on the Union Pacific rail system and the Amtrak line. There are approximately eight motor freight carriers that serve the Arkadelphia regional area. There are navigable waterways 51 miles away from Camden.
The Clark County Industrial Park, located on U.S. Highway 67, approximately five miles south of Arkadelphia, covers 313 acres and is developed for industry with sites from 4.5 acres to 26.5 acres.
Leadership Clark County was established by the Arkadelphia Regional Economic Development Alliance & Area Chamber of Commerce pursuant to one of the goals of the Clark County Strategic Plan.
The Business Retention & Expansion program of the Alliance focuses on facilitating job growth of existing business and industry and retaining jobs due to possible downsizing or relocation.