Arkansas Highway 266 - Route Description

Route Description

Located entirely in Faulkner County, its west terminus was at an intersection with U.S. Route 65 Business and U.S. Route 64 in Conway at a roundabout near the entrance to Hendrix College. The route then proceeds east before ending at the Arkansas Human Development Center and continuing on as Siebenmorgen Road.

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