Various throughout Arkansas
NPS Website: https://www.nps.gov/trte/index.htm
From 1838-1839, thousands of Cherokee were forcibly relocated from their traditional lands in Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee to live in the newly formed Oklahoma Territory. Today, the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail retraces the route and tells the story of the devastation felt by the Cherokee people.
Today visitors can hike portions of the trail through Arkansas, as well as travel via motorcycle, bicycle or auto through many of the historic destinations.
Passport Cancellation Stations
Passport Cancellations Stamps for Trail of Tears National Historic Trail can be found throughout Arkansas. Check for stamps at the visitor’s centers in Arkansas Post National Memorial, Fort Smith National Historic Site, Mound Nebo State Park, Pea Ridge National Military Park, Petit Jean State Park, and Pinnacle Mountain State Park.