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  • Kayaking

    The Siloam Springs Whitewater Park takes advantage of natural features on the scenic Illinois River and offers paddlers hours of fun.
  • Spring Color

    Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs is one of the most beautiful spots in the state when the flowers start to bloom in the spring.
  • Blanchard Springs

    Sitting beside Blanchard Springs as it gushes from the Ozark Mountains can sure help make you forget it is summer. It’s a great cooling and calming place to pause for a while when you’re exploring all the outdoor activities available at the U.S.D.A. National Forest Service site.
  • Lake Ouachita

    Known for its pristine water and undisturbed shoreline, this Arkansas treasure is a haven for boating, fishing, swimming, camping and more.
  • Clinton Library

    Explore the presidency of Bill Clinton on the banks of the Arkansas River in downtown Little Rock.
  • Mountain View

    The lilting sounds of music fill the air in Mountain View during the free musicals on the Court Square. The mandolin, banjo, guitar, fiddle, bass, and hammered and regular dulcimers combine for hauntingly beautiful music. Nowhere is it more enjoyable than during the town’s annual Arkansas Folk Festival scheduled for April 18-20.
  • Vista Trail

    Ride or hike this flowing ribbon of dirt that winds through the Ouachitas. Explore this and countless more breathtaking trails around Arkansas.
  • Helena Reenactment

    Evidence of Helena’s role in the Civil War is seen throughout the Arkansas Delta town. Battery Park C, Maple Hill and Confederate Cemeteries, Fort Curtis, Freedom Park, Estevan Hall, and the Helena Riverpark are just a few of the sights to see. Also to be seen are Delta Cultural Center and the Helena Museum of Phillips County.

Motorcycle Adventure

From the wide-open Delta plains to the twisty mountain backroads, the riding here is phenomenal and the scenery is like nowhere else.
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Latest Blog Post

Tipi Talks by Grammy-Nominated Musician John Two Hawks
Author - jrohrbach The Museum of Native American History in Bentonville will host its Tipi Talks series with Grammy-nominated musician John Two Hawks at 5:30 p.m. beginning this Saturday, March 28 in the Great Room of the museum. Now, if you’re wondering about

Upcoming Events

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    Garvan Woodland Gardens: Tulip Extravaganza
    Mar 23 - Apr 10
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    Superior Donuts
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Celebrate Local Flavor

Arkansas’s event calendar is full of festivals. Whether it’s music, food, crafts or even dinosaurs, we always have an excuse to get together.
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