If you are on the lookout for a trail with a lot of hiking and biking options, the Lake Ouachita Vista Trail near Mount Ida fits the bill.
Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs is a popular year-round destination.
Looking for some peace and quite time in the outdoors? Fishing the many lakes in Arkansas is a great way to explore The Natural State.
A bladesmithing school, the James Black School of Bladesmithing and Historic Trades, has opened at Historic Washington State Park in Washington, Arkansas.
Hiking is a year round activity in Arkansas and Hot Springs National Park in Hot Springs has 26 miles of trails for you to hike on when you visit.
Spring break is a great time to explore Arkansas. One activity that stands out in the state is digging for crystals.
The Waters Hotel is now open in downtown Hot Springs at 340 Central Avenue.
Arkansas's eighth state park, Daisy, is located on 7,000-acre Lake Greeson about 50 miles southwest of Hot Springs.