Why Arkansas Wants Motorcycle Tourism

The State of Arkansas has made a deliberate decision to attract bikers as a major tourism market. Part of this effort started at the local level at many different communities around the state like Eureka Springs, Harrison, Hot Springs, Little

Fishing for Walleye in Arkansas Lakes and Rivers

The below fishing news was sent by Keith Stephens of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. According to the commission, it is walleye time in several Arkansas lakes and rivers. The full news release by Stephens is below. ‘When the

Survival Skills Workshop at Daisy State Park

Tamara Lunsford, the Park Superintendent at Daisy State Park in Kirby, has sent the below schedule for the upcoming Survival Skills Workshop Feb. 21-23 at the park. If you might be interested, advance registration is required and those can be

Warm Up With History: Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame Honors the Best

It’s cold outside…so why not visit one of The Natural State’s many great museums this winter? During January, our blogs will give you suggestions on museums throughout Arkansas that offer something for the entire family…a great chance to Warm Up

Arkansas History!

Do you like history?  Arkansas’s history isn’t just one story. It’s many stories. Our diverse geography and location in the heart of the nation have helped make the state’s history an interesting part of America’s story. There are many neat

Mount Holly’s Tales of the Crypt is Oct. 8

The “residents” of Mount Holly Cemetery  invite you to visit with them during the 19th annual Tales of the Crypt on Oct. 8.  This popular fall tradition features “appearances” by some early Arkansans who are interred at Mount Holly in

National Park Service to Close Facilities as Part of Federal Government Shutdown

The National Park Service of the U. S. Department of the Interior will close all of its facilities as part of a federal government shutdown. In Arkansas that includes the Arkansas Post National Memorial; Hot Springs National Park ( the

Find Fantastic Fireworks On And Around July 4th in Arkansas

Independence Day is traditionally celebrated with fireworks displays, which evoke the history of the Revolutionary War. Just as Francis Scott Key wrote in the Star Spangled Banner, “oh the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air…” today we celebrate

Arkansas Made Horror Flicks Showcased this Weekend

Do you like a good scare? Then Little Rock Horror Picture Show is for you.  Presented by the Little Rock Film Festival March 22-24, the best in the horror genre from around the world will be shown. Spencer Parsons’ film

Arkansas Has Six of the Country’s Top 50 Crappie Lakes

Fishhound.com has ranked the top crappie lakes in the United States.  The Natural State has six impoundments on the list. Lake Dardanelle was top-ranked for Arkansas and ninth in the country.  Nimrod came in as number 12 nationally, followed by
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