Some popular destinations in Arkansas include...
The Ozark Mountains
The Ozark Mountains of Arkansas
is known for its spectacular natural beauty. You'll find clear mountain streams,
vast lakes, underground caravans, and dense forests. The charming mountain towns
and villages such as Bella Vista,
Eureka Springs, Johnson,
View and Ozark offer unique shops, historical
sites, excellent restaurants, artist studios and fascinating museums.
Located in the Ozark Mountain region, Eureka
Springs is surrounded by miles of lakes and rivers. You can hike, mountain
bike, tour the many caves, waterfalls and streams. and enjoy the spectacular
scenery. Browse the many fine shops, visit art galleries, and check out the
downtown historical district. The entire downtown is listed on the National
Register of Historic Places in America.
Little Rock, Arkansas' State capitol,
and her sister city, North Little Rock, are located along the banks of the Arkansas
River. You'll find big city excitement combined with friendly, home town hospitality.
State parks, historical sites, museums, restaurants, stores, wildlife preserves,
antique shops, parks, family attractions and more await you in the Little Rock
area in Central Arkansas.
Hot Springs, in the Ouachita
Mountains Valley contains a remarkable array of 47 thermal springs. The
town has long been and remains Arkansas's top tourist destination, and for good
reason. Crystal hunting, fishing, water sports, hiking, golf, site seeing and
horseback riding provide year-round opportunity for outdoor recreation. Hot
Springs offers our visitors many exciting outdoor sports activities.
Fort Smith, Arkansas is an exciting travel destination that uniquely combines
the history of the wild "Old West" with the gentle charm of the antebellum
"Old South". Fort Smith offers travelers of all ages glimpses into
its distinctive past through restorations, attractions, museums, and festivals
that make its history fun and exciting. Now an energetic city of 80,000 people,
Fort Smith is known for accommodating visitors with a blend of "southern
hospitality" and "western openness".
Mountain View, Arkansas is located
deep in the Ozarks, surrounded by mountains. Home of The Ozark Folk Center State
Park, Blanchard Springs Caverns, the famous trout fishing stream "The White
River", thousands of acres of national forest, an abundance of wildlife
and scenic mountain views.
Ozark, Arkansas is located on the north bank of the
Ozark Lake, at what is known as the 19 mile bend of the Arkansas River. Set
in the Ozark Mountain region, a popular
vacation destination for fishing, camping, hiking, swimming, waterskiing and