Pea Ridge Military National Park, 12.6 miles from the reference point for Harbin's Station, is in the path of the original Butterfield Route. The stage traveled through this National Park and passed Elkhorn Tavern during the night. Some of the original trail is grown over, but other parts have been restored. Elkhorn Tavern was not a relay station but was a popular stop for other travelers. A replica of the original building has been built and is open to visitors.
Callahan's Station in Rogers, 9.9 miles from Pea Ride Park, was the first major stop within Arkansas. The exact location of that station is still being debated. A historic marker can be found near the corner of Walnut and 1st. The first stage arrived about 7 a.m. on September 18.
Fitzgerald's Station 9.3 miles from Callahan's Station, was not mentioned in Ormsby's travel log but was mentioned in documents from other travelers. The original barn still stands on private property beside the road. A historic marker has been placed at the edge of the property.
The stage arrived in Fayetteville, Arkansas, 11.2 miles from Fitzgerald's Station, before noon on September 18. A short time was spent to pick up mail and change teams before moving out of town. A historic marker has been placed beside the Washington county courthouse on the northeast corner of center and college.
The Parks Station, 13.3 miles from Fayetteville, was located near the present-day town of Hogeye. It was briefly mentioned by Ormsby as a point where the team of horses was replaced by a team of mules to get the wagons over the mountains ahead. Lone Writer did not find the exact location of the station.