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Exploring Arkansas, Land of the Ozarks, Bayous and the Mighty Mississippi-Arkansas

Great Cities to Visit in Arkansas:

  • Little Rock
  • Fort Smith
  • Fayetteville
  • Jonesboro
  • Pine Bluff

5 Fun Things to Enjoy in Arkansas:

  • Buffalo National River: Flowing through the Ozark Mountains, this pristine river offers many great opportunities for canoeing, fishing, and seeing wildlife. Trails for hiking and horseback riding run along the river as well.
  • Fishing on the Arkansas River: The stretch of river that runs past Pine Bluff is called “The Bass Capital of the World,” and hosts over thirty fishing tournaments every year, drawing anglers from all over the country.
  • Little Rock Central High School: The school where desegregation began in 1957 has become a national historic site that visitors can tour to learn about this important chapter in American history.
  • Museum of Discovery: This Little Rock science museum offers hours of fun for all ages, with numerous hands-on activities and learning experiences. Its main attraction is the museum’s world record musical Tesla coil, which emits spectacular discharges of electricity to the tunes of popular songs.
  • Great River Road: The Mississippi River rolls along the eastern border of Arkansas, and a drive along the Great River Road delivers numerous fun opportunities, including the Hampson Museum and Parkin Archeological state parks, which center on the state’s Native American history, as well as the boyhood home of Johnny Cash.

Major Convention Centers:

  • Statehouse Convention Center: Conveniently located in the capital of Arkansas, Little Rock’s Statehouse Convention Center is a versatile facility offering 220,000 square feet of exhibition and meeting space. It is attached to the Little Rock Marriott, which offers both hotel accommodations and catering services.
  • Pine Bluff Convention Center: Located 42 miles from the Little Rock airport, this convention center offers three facilities totaling 90,000 square feet of space: an arena, an auditorium, and a banquet hall.

National Park Services -

Arkansas has seven national parks and 2,586 listings on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Hot Springs: It’s a great place for hiking and picnicking, but the real draw is Hot Springs’ namesake: thermal pools that have been used as natural baths for over one hundred years. Visitors can enjoy a traditional bath at the Buckstaff Bathhouse, tour the historic Fordyce Bathhouse, or indulge in a full spa experience at the Quapaw Baths and Spa.

Racing Fans!
While Arkansas does not host any NASCAR events, it has several tracks with frequent races.

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