CLEBURNE COUNTY, ARKANSAS, the youngest (75th) in the state, was created February 20, 1883, and named for Major General Patrick R. Cleburne. The Cleburne County Historical Society is located on 102 E Main Street in Heber Springs. They have a wonderful museum and research library where the interesting history of this beloved county can be explored. Cleburne county is home to Heber Springs, Higden, Greer’s Ferry, Concord, Quitman, and Fairfield Bay. Visit the Ruland Junction Toy Train Museum to feel like a kid again. Stop by Little Magness Lake outside of Heber Springs to see the Trumpeter Swans. The largest population of Trumpeter Swans in the southeast United States descends upon this lake every year, making for a truly unique birding experience. Test out the renowned mineral springs. A dozen or more fine hotels and boarding houses were in business at one time in Heber Springs to accommodate the visitors who came to test the healing effects of the drinking water from the seven mineral springs. There is so much beauty and charm to discover in Cleburne County.