One of the main goals at the Delta Resort & Spa is to give back to our community. It’s like tying a bow on the entire experience and it comes in the form of the Grand Prairie Trust -our effort to promote a better lifestyle for our neighbors and friends in Southeast Arkansas. For the first time in Desha County history there is a youth sport clay shooting team! The program is open to all Desha County students 6th-12th grade. The program is made possible by corporate donations. The certified instructor is our very own, Dan Carlisle. Giving back to the community is at the heart of who we are. Have a donation request? Call 877-GO-DELTA (463-3582)! We are honored to build on the legacy of this excellent community!


Delta Wetlands Preservation, A Bird’s Eye View Wetland preservation is at the core of the Delta Resort & Spa. It’s Gary Gibbs’ passion to create the best habitat for the millions of migrating waterfowl that stop, rest, and feed at the Delta each year. Gary’s diligent preservation efforts to create and maintain the natural and rustic habitats along with the utilization of Moist-Soil units will keep them coming back for many years. Regional attractions and festivals include: Japanese American Internment Museum in McGehee and the Rohwer Relocation Center Memorial site. the Delta Heritage Trail State Park in Arkansas City. Lakeport Plantation in Lake Village. The Arkansas Post Museum - chronicling the founding of Arkansas and early Arkansas history. The Governor Mike Huckabee Delta Rivers Nature Center - Designed as if it were a waterfowl hunting lodge set among Pine Bluff Regional Park’s Delta bottomland. Arkansas Railroad Museum, Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame in Pine Bluff. The Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie, and the Wings Over the Prairie Festival in Stuttgart.