Articles Filter Clear All [X] Zoie Clift Cities Hot Springs Little Rock North Little Rock Mount Ida Rogers Mena Scott Camden 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] Murfreesboro Facet Articles: Cities Regions Southwest Categories Outdoors & Nature Attractions & Culture Trip Ideas & Itineraries Article Type Author [X] Zoie Clift Diamond Lakes Travel Association Jill Rohrbach Kendall Thornton Date Published May 2019 February 2018 October 2017 October 2016 August 2013 June 2012 Featured Article Searching for Crystals and Diamonds in Arkansas May 21, 2019 ⁄ Zoie Clift Surrounded by the Ouachitas, Mount Ida is home to abundant quartz crystal deposits. Crater of Diamonds State Park has record year Feb 01, 2018 ⁄ Zoie Clift Park Interpreter Waymon Cox has sent news about the record breaking numbers Crater of Diamonds State Park experienced. A Weekend Trip to Diamonds in the Fall Festival in Murfreesboro Oct 19, 2017 ⁄ Zoie Clift Experience the Diamonds in the Fall Festival in Murfreesboro, Arkansas. Enjoy a weekend getaway full of diamonds with a stop in Crater of Diamonds State Park. Searching for Diamonds at Crater of Diamonds State Park Oct 18, 2016 ⁄ Zoie Clift Crater of Diamonds State Park is the perfect place for your next family vacation. You can dig for the precious gems and then keep whatever you find. Maybe you'll find the next Esperanza. Diamond Hunting Tips from Crater of Diamonds State Park Aug 05, 2013 ⁄ Zoie Clift The best tips for hunting diamonds in Crater of Diamonds State Park, Arkansas. One Tank Travels: Crater of Diamonds State Park Jun 18, 2012 ⁄ Zoie Clift Crater of Diamonds State Park is one of the only places in the world where the public can search for real diamonds in their original volcanic source.