Warm Up in Wine Country This Winter

When it comes to cozy escapes, it doesn’t get much better than this — a room with a view, indoor pool, restaurant, hiking paths and wine country. Use Mount Magazine State Park as your home base while you enjoy the

Fort Smith Launches New Mobile Tourism App

The Fort Smith Convention & Visitors Bureau launched  a new mobile app in early November . The app is named Experience Fort Smith and can be downloaded for free in the App Store and Google Play. It lets visitors and

Fall is a Busy Season for Arkansas Hunting

Hunting in Arkansas Autumn is one of the busiest seasons for camouflage-clad outdoors men and women hunting in Arkansas. “When fall comes around everyone, obviously, thinks about football whether it’s high school, college, or whatever,” says Steve “Wildman” Wilson, public

Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights Celebrates 20 Years

What comes after Thanksgiving in Arkansas? The Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights! This year will be the 20th anniversary of the program, which highlights more than 60 communities around the state. The Trail of Holiday Lights brochure is available both

The Roads Less-Traveled: Not as Well Known Scenic Drives For Arkansas Fall Foliage Viewing

Arkansas has been blessed with more than its share of beautiful vistas any time of the year but autumn is a showcase season for The Natural State. Every color associated with fall – candy apple red, lime green, pumpkin orange,

Wiederkehr Wine Cellars Celebrates 52nd Annual WeinFest on Saturday

The celebratory charms of Switzerland, which include stone tossing, grape stomping, and conga line dancing through the wine cellars, can be found in Wiederkehr Village this weekend at the 52nd annual WeinFest at Wiederkehr Wine Cellars. The day-long Oct. 10

Five Fun Fall Activities

When the lazy hot days of summer pass and the cooler crisp air of fall moves in, the great outdoors beckons. The Natural State offers many ways to see the changing leaves up close or via sweeping panoramas. Try these

Arkansas’s Fall Color Season is a Sight to Behold

The annual changing of leaves from green to red, yellow, orange, gold, and burgundy is an eagerly awaited event by both Arkansans and visitors.  As any Arkansas fall color aficionado can tell you, however, this is subject to change without

Ford Econoline Show Returns to Petit Jean

Collectors of Ford Econoline vans and pickups will meet at the Museum of Automobiles on Petit Jean Mountain for a show and shine event on Sunday, Sept.6. Utilizing many Falcon parts, the Econoline series was introduced in 1961. There were

Southern Sandstone – Rock Climbing in Arkansas

The Natural State has great bouldering, sport, and traditional climbing for route seekers of all skill levels. The Ozark Mountains, especially Newton County, are synonymous with rock climbing in Arkansas while the state’s highest peak in the Arkansas River Valley