Arkansas Tourist Attractions, The 42 best amazing places to travel in Arkansas United States
Arkansas is a state in the southeastern region of the United States, home to over 3 million people as of 2017.Its name is of Siouan derivation from the language of the Osage denoting their related kin, the Quapaw Indians.The state's diverse geography ranges from the mountainous regions of the Ozark and the Ouachita Mountains, which make up the U.S. Interior Highlands, to the densely forested land in the south known as the Arkansas Timberlands, to the eastern lowlands along the Mississippi River and the Arkansas Delta.More information about Arkansas please visit at :
Arkansas Most beautifule places are lists bellow:
Little Rock ,
Eureka Springs ,
Buffalo National River,
Table Rock Lake,
Ouachita National Forest,
North Little Rock,
Rogers High School ,
Devil's Den State Park,
Mountain View Arkansas,
Hobbs State Park,
Heber Springs ,
Greers Ferry Lake,
Siloam Springs ,
Horseshoe Lake ,
Hot Springs Village,
Hope Arkansas ,
Mount Ida Arkansas
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Arkansas's great outdoor adventures
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TRAVEL USA | Arkansas & California
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Exploring Arkansas March 2018
The Castle on Stagecoach in Little Rock is actually a fairy tale event center, making children's fairy tale dreams come true, complete with horse and carriage rides. The crag in Jamestown near Batesville is a rock climber's paradise with many different routes up the crag for different skills. The Arkansas State University Museum in Jonesboro is definitely more than meets the eye, with artifacts from pre-historic Native Americans, exhibits depicting the state's natural history and cultural heritage; plus a replica of a Mastodon skeleton. The oldest continuous existing town in Arkansas happens to be Batesville. The historic downtown district and the historic home district are the two main attractions.
Vacation in Mountain Home, Arkansas!
Vacations in Mountain Home, Arkansas, where visitors enjoy watersports like kayaking, canoeing and floating on the White River. Mountain Home is ideally situated between two colossal lakes and is only 15 minutes from the three rivers, the Buffalo National River, White River and North Fork River. Not only are the watersports spectacular, the fishing is world class. Whether looking to land striper, trout, walleye or bass, the waters in the Mountain Home area are always stocked.
Arkansas: Travel vlog
My trip to Arkansas in July 2017. Visited some of the most amazing people ever. Went to Hot Springs, Little Rock & Mount Ida. Hiked, tubed, went to the lake, celebrated the Fourth of July and basically had the best time ever. Memories will always be in my heart!
Also a link to a gofundme where I'm raising money so my best friend (who you also see in the video) and I can be reunited next year, if you have anything spare please help out:
ARKANSAS - USA Travel Guide | Around The World
Arkansas is a state near the center of the Southern United States. It is known as the Natural State.
The center of the state includes the state capital Little Rock
The eastern section of the state along the Mississippi River Delta and includes Jonesboro and West Memphis
The northwest and north central areas of the state that includes Fayetteville, Bentonville and Eureka Springs
West central part of the state that is home to the Ouachita mountains (including the state's highest peak, Mt. Magazine) and Ouachita National Forest
The area in northwest Arkansas along the Arkansas river and includes Fort Smith
The southern section of the state and includes El Dorado, Magnolia, Pine Bluff, Hope, and Texarkana
Little Rock, State capital
Hope, A small town, but the birth place of President William Jefferson Clinton.
Hot Springs National Park
Buffalo National River
Arkansas' state motto is The Natural State and that tells you a lot. It has great state parks with wilderness comprising broadleaf forests. The northwest boasts the Ozark Mountains while the south and east of the state has flatter land and shows more of its agricultural heritage. The Mississippi River forms the eastern border of the state and gives a great blues music heritage, great country music elsewhere (Johnny Cash was an Arkansan) and folk andeverywhere. There are wonderful state parks with camping facilities and some with cabins. The Buffalo River has majestic scenery and easy canoe float trips (but go in late spring to be sure there is enough water). The summer is HOT and humid; spring and autumn are wetter but mostly from intermittent heavy rain showers. Winter brings a little snow, but this time of year can still be humid. Spring is tornado season.
The spelling and pronunciation of Arkansas (it is always ar-kan-saw) reflect the state's heritage. The name is a French pronunciation of a Siouxan word meaning land of downriver people and was prescribed by law in 1881.
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (formerly Little Rock National Airport), located dead center, is Arkansas' main air terminal, although XNA near Bentonville is another option. Other airports can be found in Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Texarkana, and Memphis, Tennessee.
Arkansas' food resembles that of its southern neighbors. Much truly authentic and worthwhile southern cuisine is made in private homes, cookouts, or church functions, rather than actual restaurants. One exception is barbecue, particularly pork barbecue, which is widespread, and available in restaurants, roadside stands, and even trucks. Another regional staple is fried catfish, often it is served with hushpuppies, cole slaw, and french fries or a baked potato. Catfish is especially prevalent in the lowland and Delta regions of the south and east.
The legal drinking and purchasing age of alcoholic beverages is 21. Arkansas is one of the five states that don't allow any exception to underage drinking, although underage drinking is not explicitly prohibited by law.
Keep in mind many Arkansas counties are dry and do not have retail alcohol sales. However bringing alcohol for private use into a dry county is legal for those over 21 years of age. Currently, 37 counties are dry. You cannot buy alcohol in a store on a Sunday.
Arkansas does not have much in the way of craft beer. It can be hard to find craft beer outside of a liquor store (although some grocery stores sell it). Diamond Bear beer is brewed in Little Rock. It is also worth noting that there is no Yuengling in Arkansas.
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