Articles Filter Clear All [X] Zoie Clift Cities Hot Springs Little Rock North Little Rock Mount Ida Rogers Mena Scott Murfreesboro Conway Texarkana Bismarck Eureka Springs Hope Jacksonville Keo Arkadelphia Ashdown Benton El Dorado Glenwood Greenbrier Jessieville Washington Magnolia Morrilton Mountain Pine Pine Bluff Roland Searcy Stamps Amity Bald Knob Bauxite Bentonville Bonnerdale Bryant Cabot Casscoe Emerson England Fayetteville Fordyce Fort Smith Gurdon Helena-West Helena Jonesboro Kirby Malvern Maumelle Mayflower McNeil Oden Perryville Pocahontas Sheridan Smackover Story Wickes Wilson [X] Camden Facet Articles: Cities Regions Southwest Categories Outdoors & Nature Points of Interest Tours & Experiences Motoring Place Sports & Recreation Article Type Author [X] Zoie Clift Date Published March 2020 May 2019 April 2019 February 2019 February 2016 June 2012 Featured Article Fantastic fishing found in Arkansas Mar 17, 2020 ⁄ Zoie Clift 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. Tour the Camden Expedition Sites National Historic Landmark May 09, 2019 ⁄ Zoie Clift The Civil War was one of the most trying times in our nation’s history. Many battles took place in Arkansas during the war. Riding Scenic Highway 7 Apr 23, 2019 ⁄ Zoie Clift Riding Highway 7, which holds title as Arkansas’s first state-designated scenic byway, is a delight to travel via motorcycle. Camden Daffodil Festival Welcomes Spring Feb 14, 2019 ⁄ Zoie Clift One of South Arkansas' largest events is the annual Camden Daffodil Festival, which takes place each spring in Camden. Experience the Camden Daffodil Festival Feb 20, 2016 ⁄ Zoie Clift Spring is a beautiful time of the year in Arkansas, with flowers popping up around the state. One place to enjoy the beauty is at the Camden Daffodil Festival. Road Trip: Camden Jun 25, 2012 ⁄ Zoie Clift The Arkansas town of Camden sits on a bluff overlooking the gorgeous Ouachita River, which is rich with Civil War history. Visit to learn more and grab a meal at the restored 1869 post office.