South Logan County is located along the scenic Petit Jean River in Western Arkansas. It is situated along the north edge of the Ouachita National Forest, at the foot of Mt. Magazine, the highest mountain between the Appalachian and Rocky Mountains.
We are situated on the intersection of Arkansas Scenic Byway 10 and Arkansas Scenic Byway 23, approximately 35 miles south and east of Ft. Smith. We are 28 miles south of Interstate 40 and approximately 15 miles east of the proposed Interstate 49 route.
Population: 3,990 in Booneville / 847 in Magazine / 22,353 in Logan County
Population Density: 15 persons per square mile
Average High Temperature: 73.9 ºF
Average Low Temperature: 49.8 ºF
Average Maximum High Temperature: 106 ºF
Average Maximum Low Temperature: 3 ºF
Altitude: 460ft to 2753ft
Average Growing Days: 239 Days
Average Rainfall: 45.3 inches
Average Snowfall: 4.2 inches
Sales Tax: 7.5% - 10.5%
Cost of Living Index (National Average = 100): 81.4