Information for Travelers
The southern state of Arkansas borders the mighty Mississippi River and is a favorite vacation destination for outdoor enthusiasts who come to enjoy the countless parks and wilderness.
This state is known for its abundant parks and wildlife areas, with diverse relief including beautiful rivers, hot springs, mountains and caves, crossed by numerous hiking and biking trails.
In the northwest, the rugged Ozarks region has hiking trails and limestone caves such as Blanchard Springs Caverns.
For art, music events and museums, visit Little Rock, Fayetteville, Hot Springs and Eureka Springs.
In the capital, Little Rock, is the Clinton Presidential Center, which houses Bill Clinton's presidential archives.
The university town of Conway is situated about 30 miles northwest of Little Rock, surrounded by an abundance of natural beauty that attracts nature lovers and outdoor adventurers.
Avid anglers can cast a line at Lake Conway and Toad Suck Park, while water sports enthusiasts can have fun at Lake Beaverfork.
If you love the outdoors, Mountain Home in the southern Ozark Mountains deserves a place on your vacation wish list.
The vast majority of visitors come to enjoy the wonderful variety of water sports offered on the Twin Lakes and three surrounding rivers, where you can spend hours fishing, canoeing, kayaking, water skiing and much more.
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