Don’t miss the haunting beauty of the wilderness scenery, history, and folk culture that bring people back to the Ozark Gateway region again and again.
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.
The Northwoods Trails are a standout world-class system of mountain biking trails in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Paddling the Ouachita River is a chance to experience the beauty of Arkansas from an interesting vantage point.
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.
The Spa Running Festival is an annual running festival in Hot Springs that takes place each November.
Some of Arkansas's best mountain biking can be found near Arkadelphia at a trail system known as the Iron Mountain Trails.
Lake Hamilton is one of the state’s most popular recreational and residential lakes.
The 1,172-mile Arkansas High Country Route was conceived of by Arkansas school teacher Chuck Campbell. Campbell shares his insight with us on the 500 mile South Loop section.
The World Championship Running Of The Tubs is an annual event that takes place in Hot Springs every year that pays homage to the thermal waters of the area.
There are a few spots in and around Hot Springs where you can get some zip lining in.