You’ll be BIG on Little Rock! With the state’s most awarded dining scene, Little Rock is the perfect city for a fall getaway.
Arkansas’s Diamond Lakes Region welcomes travelers looking for hiking, mountain biking, water sports, mining, swimming and more!
Hot Springs Off-Road Park is one of the top off-roading destinations in the state.
Natural areas are specifically set aside to preserve species and habitat types that have become rare in the state.
The Ouachita Trail goes for 223 miles through the Ouachita Mountains of both Arkansas and Oklahoma.
Little Rock is a go to destination for those who enjoy the outdoors. A new mountain bike park that caters to all skill levels has been added to the mix of the many riding options you can find in the c...
One of the many structures people can tour when they visit Historic Washington State Park in Washington, Arkansas is an interpretive blacksmith shop.
Murfreesboro is a great family destination where you can dig for diamonds, go fishing and camping and learn more about a fascinating region of the state.
Dr. T. W. Hardison was an influential country doctor and is known as the father of Arkansas state parks.
There are eight official herbaria in Arkansas, including the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission Herbarium, ANHC, in Little Rock at the Department of Arkansas Heritage.
Bird watching is a big activity in Arkansas and there are many spots across the state to take in this pleasurable and peaceful pastime including at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs.
In 2021 Hot Springs National Park is celebrating its centennial year as a national park.