New Wildlife Trail in Nashville, Arkansas

A new wildlife viewing trail has opened at Nashville City Park in Nashville, Arkansas.  The 1/2 mile Ronny K. Woods Wildlife Trail is mapped out via sections including the field, the edge, the stream and the pecan grove ( the

Parrotheads Flock to Marshall Thursday Night

If you’re a Parrothead, Kenda Drive-In in Marshall is the place you want to be Thursday night (June 19) for the nationwide live broadcast of Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band. This is a special live event that no

Six Summer Sessions Your Kids Will Love

Arkansas has a ton of fun things for kids to do all year long; but, summer brings on extra activities and opportunities. Here are a few in the Ozarks and River Valley regions of The Natural State: Nerdies – In

Time is Running Out to see the Carroll Cloar Exhibit

If you haven’t yet been to see the outstanding collection of Carroll Cloar artwork at the Arkansas Arts Center, time is getting short.  You have until June 1 to experience the rare show of paintings by the Arkansas native who

23rd Annual Dinosaur Festival in Nashville, Arkansas!

  The Dinosaur Festival is taking place May 23-24 in Nashville, Arkansas! The venue is Nashville City Park, located at 1301 West Johnson Street. The festival has been a tradition for the town since the 90s and pays homage to

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
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