Located in the heart of Arkansas’ picturesque River Valley region, Cove Landing is a beautiful place to live and play.
The residential subdivision sits on 200 acres of tree-covered rolling meadows surrounded by portions of the Ozark Mountains. The area is perfectly suited for families and those looking for a scenic, relaxing place to reside.
The residents of Cove Landing understand what it’s like to be part of a community. The friendly environment at Cove Landing draws many people to the area. Cove Landing residents also enjoy being part of a community-minded city where there is always something happening.
Cove Landing rests on the Russellville/Pottsville border and is only one mile from Interstate 40, providing quick access to nearby towns.
Parents may choose to send their children to one of two exceptional school districts, Russellville or Pottsville.
Russellville School District
The Russellville School District is comprised of six elementary schools for kindergarteners through 4th graders, an upper elementary and middle school campus for 5th through 7th graders, a junior high campus for 8th and 9th grade students, and a high school campus for grades 10 through 12. Click here to learn more about the Russellville School District.
Pottsville School District
The Pottsville School District consists of the elementary school serving grades K-3, middle school serving grades 4-6, junior high for grades 7-9, and high school for grades 10-12. Click here to learn more about the accomplishments of Pottsville High School.
The Wal-Mart supercenter, Belk’s, Hobby Lobby and Lowe’s are all within 2 miles of the neighborhood. New shopping and restaurant developments have recently been approved for the area as well.
All utilities in Cove Landing are underground and include electricity, natural gas, city water and sewer, telephone, and cable.
Nestled in the scenic River Valley of the Natural State, Russellville offers many outdoor activities close by. Lake Dardanelle State Park in Russellville provides beauty, entertainment, and education, as well as boating, fishing, and camping activities for nature lovers. Mt. Nebo State Park and Petit Jean State Park are natural hotspots, as well, offering cabin rentals, bike trails, nature walks, and much more. Visit the Russellville Chamber of Commerce Web site to learn more.
Residents may also enjoy spending time in Historic Downtown Russellville. A Main Street Community since 1992, Russellville is in touch with its roots and holds many festivals and celebrations throughout the year that draw the community together. To learn more about downtown Russellville, visit its official Web site or simply drop by and spend an afternoon shopping, dining, and visiting with the locals.