Crossett, Arkansas, located in Ashley County in the southeastern part of the state, was founded in 1899 as a company town by the Crossett Lumber Company, which later became part of the Georgia-Pacific Corporation. Over the years, the timber industry has continued to play a significant role in the town's growth and development.
Crossett has a close-knit community with a strong sense of Southern hospitality. The town hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, such as the PRCA Rodeo and Wiggins Cabin Festival. Many residents enjoy the outdoors, and there is ample opportunity with beautiful locations like Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge and Lucas Pond.
Some of the town’s favorite landmarks include the Crossett Water Tower and Centennial Park, both of which are downtown. Also downtown is the Crossett Branch of Century Next Bank. Under the leadership of Market President Nick Austin, this branch offers a full array of deposit and lending products. Our lobby is always busy with business and personal banking customers, and at various times throughout the year, you can even find community events like school choir performances and pep rallies taking place here.
Our North Crossett Branch, located on Hwy. 133 North, offers deposit products and services through our convenient drive-thru. We encourage you to schedule an appointment with our friendly North Crossett staff to open your new deposit account with us.
CNext is proud to be a community bank, which means community is at the heart of every decision we make. Since 1905, we have been meeting the banking needs of the residents in the towns we serve. Our employees live, work, and serve locally, and we invite you to visit one of our Crossett locations and let us show you what it means to Bank with Locals.