Texarkana stands out as being a city that rests in two states. Here are some neat spots to keep on the radar on the Arkansas side.
The Hot Spring County Museum has been around since the early 1980s and is an interesting stop to browse through if you find yourself in Malvern.
Located among a canopy of trees in the forests of the Ouachita Mountains is a unique luxury rustic option to stay at while you are in Hot Springs.
Throughout the year you can take a haunted walking tour of Hot Springs.
The Klipsch Museum of Audio History in Hope is a find not just for audiophiles, but for those who are wanting to learn more about one of the most interesting audio pioneers of our era.
A neat adventure to take on is an excursion to Electric Island Nature Trail on Lake Hamilton in Hot Springs.
The Bob and Sunny Evans Tree House can found at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs and is an architectural marvel to behold.
Ron Coleman Mining in Jessieville is a family owned quartz crystal mine around 15 miles from Hot Springs.
A unique chance to stay on Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park is available at Hotel Hale.
Scott Joplin (1868-1917) was a Pulitzer Prize winning composer that grew up in Texarkana.