Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum: (AR) The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is offering a "little pond" to a couple of "big fish" (the USS Hoga (tug) and USS Razorback (submarine) in land-locked North Little Rock where plans for the center is proposed to be built on the north side of the river near the future Clinton Library. The North Little Rock History Commission is vying to bring a flavor of the open sea inland by featuring the two vessels and their role in U.S. naval history as the main attractions of its future maritime museum on the north shore of the Arkansas River.

MARY WOODS NO. 2:  (AR) Jacksonport State Park serves as a symbol of an important time in history when steamboats carried commerce and pioneers up the White and Black Rivers in Arkansas.  An excellent Museum is housed in the 1872 county courthouse where, moored nearby, is the last sternwheel riverboat to ply the White River: the Mary Woods No. 2, (136-foot-long, 157-ton stern paddle-wheeler).