Looking for spots in Central Arkansas to enjoy your spring break? Here are five active options to keep in mind!
The culinary heritage of Arkansas is honored via the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame.
With its mild climate and variety of habitats, Arkansas is an outstanding destination to watch birds.
Natural areas are great places to experience a wilder version of Arkansas.
Spring break is a great time to explore Arkansas. One activity that stands out in the state is digging for crystals.
Central Arkansas is home to the largest urban park in the state: Burns Park.
Historic MacArthur Park is Little Rock’s oldest urban park.
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.
Surrounded by the Ouachitas, Mount Ida is home to abundant quartz crystal deposits.
Arkansas is an international mountain biking destination with a rapidly growing system of standout trails being added across the state. Among this stellar terrain is the Arkansas High Country Route.