The Pine Bluff Site Office abounds with history. White Bluff, just upstream from Lock and Dam No. 5, has been a familiar landmark for river travelers for many years. The bluff is the natural geographic boundary where the Western Gulf Coastal Plain and Mississippi Delta meet.
Visitors can spend their time at the Pine Bluff Site Office like the pioneers did or they are welcome to partake of more modern conveniences. Parks along the river provide boat launching ramps, drinking water, camping areas (that accommodate most travel trailers and motor homes), picnic sites for families and groups and other facilities for the convenience of all.
The forestland management of the Corps of Engineers at the Pine Bluff Site Office is moving forward to make a better tomorrow. Complying with the principles set by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) you can be ensured that the Corps of Engineers is environmentally responsible for promoting the protection of wildlife, plants, soil, air and water quality. With over 7,000 acres of riverfront forestland we are sure that everyone that enjoys the outdoors will feel a part of the beautiful portrait that our forested lands have to offer.