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Arkansas Attractions & Activities

Interested in Arkansas relocation? Below you will find a list of Web content offering Arkansas attractions and activities to keep you busy and entertained in your new home town!

Those with kids or grandkids in tow can check out fun facts, games and fun things to do in Arkansas at the Arkansas Kids site.

Things to do in Arkansas

Outdoors in the Natural State

Arkansas Calendar of Events
(501) 682-7777 Arkansas Tourism Office

Arkansas Canoe Club

Arkansas Game & Fish Commission
(800) 364-4263 or (501) 223-6300

Arkansas Runner
(501) 315-3933

Arkansas State Golf Association
Phone: (501) 455-2742
The ASGA, created and controlled by golfers, is a nonprofit organization promoting amateur golf.

Arkansas State Parks
Phone: 888-AT-PARKS or (501) 682-7743
The 52 state parks of Arkansas offer a wide variety of outdoor adventures with each season having its own special offerings.

Arkansas Tennis Association
Phone: (501) 227-7611
The ATA promotes the popularity of the sport by sponsoring tournaments, clinics and other activities.

Arkansas Senior Olympics
Phone: (501) 321-1441
Men and women ages 50 and older are eligible to compete in the yearly games, held in Hot Springs each September. Competitions in even-numbered years are qualifying events for the national games held in odd-numbered years. Medal-winning events including archery, cycling, swimming, track and field, triathlon and softball; ribbons are awarded in just-for-fun recreational activities such as Scrabble, Baggo, Daisy air gun and stationary cycling.

Bike Arkansas

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Phone: (501) 324-5551
The Corps of Engineers operates many recreational parks and campgrounds throughout Arkansas.

William J. Clinton Presidential Center

1200 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock
501-374-4242/ClintonLibrary.gov

President William Jefferson Clinton Home National Historic Site, a part of the National Park Service; free tours of the restored home where Clinton spent much of his childhood, 1946-56, with his grandparents and widowed mother.


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