The annual changing of leaves from green to red, yellow, orange, gold, and burgundy is an eagerly awaited event by both Arkansans and visitors. | Travel Arkansas Blog
September brings thoughts of autumn in Arkansas. From the changing of the leaves and a new major arts event, to pumpkin patches and locally grown produce, | Travel Arkansas Blog
Playing and building with cans isn't just for children. Just check out Canstruction, taking place Aug. 21-Sept. 5 at the Statehouse Convention Center in | Travel Arkansas Blog
The Motor Vessel Mississippi is the largest towboat ever built in the United States. The 241-foot-long boat will be traveling down the Arkansas River, Aug 12-14 | Travel Arkansas Blog
I'm always on the look-out for good catfish. In all my many travels of this beautiful state, I have had many a good plate of catfish, in my mind the unofficial | Travel Arkansas Blog
If you're between the ages of eight and 12, you can explore how the early pioneers lived during the Settlers' Day Camp. The adventure is scheduled for July 22 | Travel Arkansas Blog
The final weekend of the 34th annual Wye Mountain Daffodil Festival is coming up -- March 16-17 . The popular spring destination has seven acres of over 30 | Travel Arkansas Blog
Every baby boomer alive can tell you exactly where they were on November 22, 1963 when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. It’s indelible in our minds; something we will never forget. 20...