Arkansas’s Diamond Lakes Region welcomes travelers looking for hiking, mountain biking, water sports, mining, swimming and more!
African American families and communities have been a major part of the fabric of the Arkansas Delta for the past two centuries, creating a rich heritage filled with tribulations and triumphs.
Craighead Forest Park has nearly 15 miles of mountain biking trails to explore, allowing riders to experience the terrain of Crowley’s Ridge.
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.
Tucked away in the Ouachita Mountains of Southwest Arkansas, Hot Springs National Park is an oasis like no other. Start the weekend with lunch at a local favorite followed by a dip in the healing ther...
Surrounded by the Ouachitas, Mount Ida is home to abundant quartz crystal deposits.
Play finders-keepers with real diamonds at Crater of Diamonds State Park. Then head to DeGray Lake, Arkansas's only resort state park to relax on the golf course or on a boat.
Nature centers are a prime place to experience Arkansas' natural beauty. They're also a free family attraction where you can hike, bike, feed a gator, fish and learn about wild plants.