The annual Jewish Food Festival is a terrific opportunity for you and your family to learn about other traditions while enjoying delicious food. It will be April 27 at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
The event starts off with a special Jewish breakfast at 8:30 a.m. The festival begins at 10 a.m. and concludes at 4 p.m. Some of the items to be offers are traditional Jewish foods such as old-fashioned corned beef sandwiches, lox, bagels and cream cheese, kosher hot dogs, rugelach, and many more wonderful Jewish delicacies.
In addition there are cultural and religious booths, a kids area with plenty of activities, and live musical entertainment. Admission is free. Visit www.jewisharkansas.org or phone 501-663-3571 for additional information.
Pocahontas is the best place under the sun to experience the April 8, 2024, Total Solar Eclipse. Why’s that? Because Pocahontas and Randolph County are within the maximum total eclipse zone! With more than 4 minutes of complete darkness, it is sure to be a once-in-a-lifetime event. While you’re in town, enjoy a weekend-long festival with exciting events, food and entertainment. Stroll through the historic downtown. Visit museums or see a play. Float and fish on one of the county’s five rivers. Experience all of this and more when visiting for the 2024 eclipse or anytime throughout the year.
There’s much to see and do in Pine Bluff. Choose from outdoor adventures, arts and culture, gaming and more when you visit this southeast Arkansas gem.
Create family memories on sun-soaked days in Regional Park, fish for a trophy catch on the Arkansas River, kayak on the world’s longest bayou at Bayou Bartholomew or see native fish and birds at the Gov. Mike Huckabee Delta Rivers Nature Center. Need a night out? Head to Saracen Casino Resort for gaming and elegant, upscale dining. Looking for a family outing? Kids of all ages will love the Arkansas Railroad Museum. Want to be inspired
From the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks, in Eureka Springs, the best of Arkansas is yours to explore. Centrally located in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and resting on 30 wooded acres, Inn of the Ozarks is known for its rugged views and modern amenities.
Three counties, endless ways to enjoy the outdoors and small-town charm. Head to the southwest corner of Arkansas for a getaway that feels off-the-beaten path but is still close to a number of destinations and attractions. Arkansas Southwest Waterways includes Howard, Little River and Sevier counties, which line both the Oklahoma and Texas borders. The three counties share Millwood Lake, a popular destination for fishing. The easy-to-access, affordable destination also includes access to five other lakes and rivers, hence the name! Visit towns like De Queen, Ashdown and Nashville for history
The Scottish Festival in Batesville is a chance to don a kilt and bring the wee bairns for a joyous celebration of everything Scottish! ScotsFest is one of the biggest Scottish festivals in the South and an Arkansas tradition and is the last weekend in October! From a Kilted Fun Run to judging the “bonniest” knees, ScotsFest is a unique celebration of Celtic traditions spanning food, fun and games, music and history.
Gaston’s White River Resort thrills with the best trout-fishing for the whole family. This Arkansas spot is ideal for getting out in nature.
Nestled at the eastern foot of Arkansas' second highest peak, Rich Mountain, you will find the beautiful and charming town of Mena. Founded in 1896 as a railroad town, Mena is the eastern boundary of the Talimena National Scenic Byway, a 54-mile scenic route that traverses the crests of Rich and Winding Stair mountains between Mena, Arkansas and Talihina, Oklahoma. The byway travels through the Queen Wilhelmina State Park and provides incredible views from many vistas.
Discover a side of Arkansas you've never seen before at Mountain Harbor Resort & Spa, a vacation destination on beautiful Lake Ouachita. From family reunions to couple's retreats, the resort offers cozy accommodations for parties of all sizes.
Located in Southwest Arkansas, this town is known for Watermelons, the home of Bill Clinton and the origin of Klipsch Speakers. Here you can not only taste some of the sweetest watermelons in the summer, you can visit Bill Clinton's boyhood home and take a tour of a Klipsch Audio Museum. Make plans to travel 8 miles northwest of Hope to enjoy Washington in the 19th century. This small state park will take you back in time to the Civil War with historic buildings and history for the whole family to enjoy.
The small town of Hope, Arkansas has many claims to fame, but is best known as the birthplace of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and for showcasing some of the world's largest watermelons. When visiting Hope, you get to experience history through museums and historical sites and fun in the outdoors at local and state parks. You can attend festivals, rodeos and concerts while also getting to shop and eat in a lively downtown district. No matter what you like to do, Hope has something for you.
With the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse fast approaching, people from all over the world will be searching for the perfect spot in Arkansas to take in this once-in-a-lifetime event. While most will flock to larger cities, you can skip the traffic and the hassle by enjoying this spectacle in North Central Arkansas’s dreamy Spring River Country.
Take a look at the one-of-a-kind Buffalo River experience we offer at Buffalo River Outfitters. This video presents a canoe view of the breathtaking scenery of the Buffalo National River. Picture yourself in the cozy accommodations featured here with everything you need from BRO. We offer shuttle service for one-day or multi-day floats. Our day floats include four-to-five hour trips and short-distance ones that take only one-to-two hours. No canoe? No problem. Reserve your canoe, kayak or raft with BRO. Set in the pristine nature of the Buffalo National River, it’s a great time for all
RussVegas Half Marathon is more than just a PR fast course covering 13.1 miles in Russellville. It's an opportunity to help those we love by supporting the River Valley Circle of Friends and Children's Hospital.