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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.
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.
Camping, kayaking, canoeing, hiking and walking trails, two lakes, fishing and a swimming area are what await you at Mississippi River State Park. It’s an outdoor person’s delight. This gem is located in the Arkansas Delta at Marianna.
Yee Haw! Experience the Old West like it was it its heyday during the National Chuckwagon Races in Clinton. Held for 10 days around Labor Day weekend, this fast-moving event entices riders and spectators from around the country.
An annual summer ritual in Arkansas is savoring a sweet, juicy watermelon grown here. Both Cave City and Hope are famous for their crops and hold August festivals to celebrate. Hope’s claim to fame is the massive melons grown in the region, several of which have been world record holders, while Cave City proclaims their melons to be the world’s sweetest.
A great way to enjoy the scenery of Arkansas is via a bike. A few stellar road cycling events are coming up in Arkansas, each offering a chance to enjoy the scenic roads found across the state. This weekend (…