What a Great Opportunity!

Find an ancient
Indian Arrowheads!


Washita Indian Arrowheads in the Ouachita River BasinThe Ouachita Renegade Ranch has a large field that was the site of an ancient American Indian Tribe. The Washita Valley Indian Tribes began to disappear in the 1600’s. The Washita Tribe battled the Tensas Tribe and later the Chickasaw Tribe. By the 1690’s the Washita Tribe had been entirely driven out.

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Artifacts such as arrowheads, spearheads, and more can be found in the large meadow of Renegade Ranch, and serve as witness to the noble warriors that lived along the Ouachita River in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma.
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We keep the Arrowhead field plowed to make it easier for you to find a treasure to take home.

Shovels and Sifters are available or bring your own. You can dig for a half day, a whole day or a week.


Washita Indian Arrowheads in the Ouachita River BasinDigs are by appointment only




Half Day


Whole Day




The First Annual Renegade Ranch “KNAP-IN”. 
Observe and learn from Modern Craftsmen Re-creating & Knapping
Stone Tools of the Past.
Click Here for More Information and to print out a flyer. 


Open Weekends 8am to 9pm & Weekdays by appointment.

Renegade Ranch
3680 Highway 88 East
Mena, Arkansas 71953

Phone:   479-394-3848
Cell#1:  479-216-0155
Cell #2: 479-216-0156

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