Last Arkansas Queen Fall Color Cruise This Weekend

Arkansas Queen Buffet

The colors of autumn in Arkansas have arrived and they arrived in Central Arkansas with a vengeance.  There are still opportunities to view the gorgeous pallet before it departs.

Enjoy a hearty buffet while cruising the Arkansas River

Sunday, November 14 is the last Fall Color Cruise aboard the Arkansas Queen this season.  The four-hour cruise departs from the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum at 1 p.m. with boarding beginning at 12:30 p.m.  You’ll head west on the Arkansas River, traveling past the “Big Rock” and through the Murray Lock & Dam.  While enjoying the beautiful scenery, you’ll partake of a lunch buffet, listen to music and play games.

Enjoy the beauty of an Arkansas autumn aboard the Arkansas Queen riverboat

The menu features Queens chicken, wild rice blend, Southern-style green beans, fruit salad, rolls, gourmet oatmeal raisin cookie.  Water, tea and coffee are included in the price.  Soda, alcoholic and non-alcohol beverages are available for purchase.

Enjoy the beauty of an Arkansas fall one last time this year.


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