Gosnell is for the family or group of friend who are interested in visiting a safe, secure, residential neighborhood on their next vacation. Gosnell is a part of Mississippi County, in the state of Arkansas, and spans to the size of 1.7 square miles, with a population of 3,548 people, who span throughout 1,387 households, and 951 families. This is a fun place to visit, especially if you are into Native American history, because this area is full of it.
At one time, the city of Gosnell was surrounded by what was known as Big Lake to the west and the Pemiscot Bayou, to the east. Because of this, the area was known for its thriving hunting and fishing community. The city grew in popularity over time, and on March 12, 1968, the city was incorporated as being first-class city on March 12, 1968. In addition, a fun historical sight to be seen in the area is the Chickasawba Indian Mound, which stands 20 feet high, and has a base circumference of about 130 feet. Experts believe that this was either a Signal of the tribe’s presence, or a Temple Mound, because there has been nothing to suggest it was a place for discarded pottery, nor a burial ground, but it has intrigued visitors since its discovery.