Arkansas Tourist Attractions: 13 Places To Visit
Planning to visit Arkansas? Check out our Arkansas Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Arkansas.
Best Places to visit in Arkansas:
little rock central high school, hot springs national park, Crater of Diamonds State Park, clinton presidential center, Magic Springs and Crystal Falls, Garvan Woodland Gardens, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Ozark Folk Center, little rock zoo, pea ridge national military park, mammoth spring state park, thorncrown chapel, little rock river market district
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Exploring Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas
In a quest to visit all 61 (as of now) US National Parks, we began our journey with Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. Known as America's Spa this park is a bit different from the other national parks. For one thing, it is the only park with a city running through it. It also ranks #1 for the smallest national park. But, don't let the name fool you, the water that comes from the springs on the mountainside is too hot to enter naturally. Famous bathhouse row has options where the water is cooled and you can take a dip in the healing mineral water. Check out our exploration of the park and leave any questions in the comments below!
Useful Tips When Visiting Hot Springs National Park
Useful Tips When Visiting Hot Springs National Park - if you plan on visiting the Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, you need to watch this video. There are 2 slides towards the beginning of the video where we broke down what tips we talked about the video. This is so you know if the information you are looking for is covered in this tips video. We also wrote it down below. Happy hiking and exploring!
1. How many days do I need to explore the park?
2. The national park is in the town of Hot Springs.
3. Where is the national park's visitor center?
4. What is the layout of the hiking trails of the park?
5. The color coded trail map
6. Is the spring water around town drinkable?
7. How expensive are the spas around town?
8. Is there another way to drink the spring water?
9. How's the phone signal?
10. What's the registration process in Gulpha Gorge
11. What is the best campsite in Gulpha Gorge?
12. How are the restrooms in Gulpha Gorge?
One thing to keep in mind: the Hot Springs National Park is the smallest of all national parks in the United States. Not to be confused with national seashore, national monument, or national historic landmark, etc..
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We, Irwin and Victorina, have decided to quit our jobs, sell everything we have and go on an epic road trip of visiting all U.S. National Parks! Follow our journey - from letting go of our material possessions, preparing for the extended camping trip, and even the mistakes, joys, doubts and adventures we make along the way! We hope to inspire others to appreciate the beauty of Planet Earth.
Adventure begins in Feb 2017. We estimate this road trip will take us approximately 12 to 16 months. We know we will some amazing places and meet a lot of interesting people.
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Visiting Historic Washington State Park, Museum in Washington, Arkansas, United States
Historic Washington State Park is a 101-acre Arkansas state park in Hemsptead County, Arkansas in the United States.
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Why visit Pinnacle Mountain State Park?
There are many reasons to get outside and visit Pinnacle Mountain State Park. Instead of telling you I'm just going to show you the park and let you judge for yourself. If you are in Little Rock, Arkansas drive on out and enjoy this wonderful state park and friendly staff. :-) Moz
DO NOT SKIP THIS TOWN! (OUR FAVORITE PLACE YET??) || RV LIVING
We're pretty excited to share one of our favorite towns with you in this video! We took a little detour on our route so we could check off Hot Springs National Park but it turned out to be way better than we imagined! We couldn't get enough of the delicious restaurants, hot spring water, bath houses, and 1920s vibe this town offers. Safe to say Hot Springs, AK jumped right up into our top 3 places we've traveled to. Have you been? What are your thoughts on this area?
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Lets Go Places prt 15 - Death Valley Park to Zebriski Point, Badlands - USA Travel - YouTube
Death Valley is the hottest place on Earth. In July 1913, five consecutive days of 129°F or above were recorded in Death Valley. On July 10, 1913 a reading of 134 degrees Fahrenheit was taken, the world record hottest air temperature.
Since the 1848 discovery of gold in California, Death Valley has experienced over 140 years of boom and bust mining.
Harmony Borax Works was famous for the Twenty Mule Team wagons used to transport the partially refined borax.
Beside gold and silver mining, prospectors scoured the mountains for antimony, copper, lead, zinc, and tungsten in the early 1900's.
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Visiting Clinton Presidential Center, Building in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
The William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park is the presidential library of Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States.
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Fulton County, Arkansas - United Country
Welcome to Fulton County, Arkansas. This is where you will find friendly neighbors, clear cool trout streams, local shopping, safe schools, nearby hospitals, amazing restraunts, city and local parks and of course, the beauty of the Ozarks!
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A Breathtaking Look at Every U.S. National Park
You’ve obviously heard of America’s most famous national parks, but did you know the National Park Service manages a whopping 59 parks? From coast to coast (with a couple of parks beyond those coasts), these protected areas represent the best of what this country has to offer. As writer Wallace Stegner said in 1893, National parks are the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democratic, they reflect us at our best rather than our worst. In honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service, we’re taking you on a tour of every single national park, all of which are breathtaking beauties on their own. (Capitol Reef National Park, Utah; Acadia National Park, Maine; American Samoa National Park, American Samoa; Arches National Park, Utah; Badlands National Park, South Dakota; Big Bend National Park, Texas; Biscayne National Park, Florida; Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, Colorado; Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah; Canyonlands National Park, Utah; Capitol Reef National Park, Utah; Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico; Channel Islands National Park, California; Congaree National Park, South California; Crater Lake National Park, Oregon; Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio; Death Valley National Park, California and Nevada; Denali National Park, Alaska; Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida; Everglades National Park, Florida; Gates of the Arctic National Park, Alaska; Glacier National Park, Montana; Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska; Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona; Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming; Great Basin National Park, Nevada; Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado; Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee; Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas; Haleakala National Park, Hawaii; Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii; Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas; Isle Royale National Park, Michigan; Joshua Tree National Park, California; Katmai National Park, Alaska; Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska; Kings Canyon National Park, California; Kobuk Valley National Park, Alaska; Lake Clark National Park, Alaska; Lassen Volcanic National Park, California; Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky; Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado; Mount Rainier National Park, Washington; North Cascades National Park, Washington; Olympic National Park, Washington; Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona; Pinnacles National Park, California; Redwood National Park, California; Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado; Saguaro National Park, Arizona; Sequoia National Park, California; Shenandoah National Park, Virginia; Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota; U.S. Virgin Islands National Park, U.S. Virgin Islands; Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota; Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota; Wrangell–St. Elias National Park, Alaska; Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; Yosemite National Park, California and Zion National Park, Utah).