Lonoke, AR Movers
Moving to Lonoke, Arkansas with All My Sons Moving & Storage
Lonoke, Arkansas is home to 4,000+ residents with a strong sense of community in Lonoke County. Whether you are moving to Lonoke for business or pleasure, the Lonoke movers of our Little Rock moving company will ensure a simple and safe move to town.
History of Lonoke
Lonoke, Arkansas was founded in the late 1800s. Its name was inspired by a single “Lone Oak” tree that was visible on the Grand Prairie. Our streets are now lined up with decade-old trees and lush greenery. During World War 1, Lonoke was once the site of the U.S. Army aviator training facility. Our town is now home to the Remington Arms ammunition manufacturing facility and one of the world’s largest freshwater fish hatchery. Although the railroad lines no longer run or work, they remain as a relic of the past. Today the city of Lonoke is the second most populous city in Lonoke Country. Lonoke is now primarily an agricultural county with rural roots. Our town is full of opportunities and growth waiting for you to seize them. Check out all the fun things you can do around town as well as places to visit and where to eat.
Things to Do in Lonoke
As a historical city, the Lonoke movers love to check out the museums and landmarks that highlight important moments in our town’s history. Visit the Lonoke County Historical Museum to learn more about our town’s history and culture. For all of the nature lovers, Waggoner Memorial Park offers beautiful nature trails to explore and lovely gardens to admire. The restaurants in town are also worth your patronage. Mariachi Grill, located off Fannie Lane, has delicious Mexican cuisine in a bright, colorful atmosphere. Our Lonoke movers recommend their guacamole and fajitas. Jackrabbit Dairy Bar, located off Front Street, is a unique restaurant that specializes in burgers, hotdogs, burritos, tacos, and chicken tender baskets – classic American fare. They also serve frozen treats like shakes, sundaes and dipped cones. Whether it’s a morning coffee run, an afternoon stroll or a night out on the town, there’s always something to do.