Rattlesnake Ridge Natural Area in Little Rock not only has a cool name, it has a vital purpose. Natural areas are important as they are a venue to protect special plant and animal habitats.
Arkansas has a strong Greek community. The International Greek Food Festival, the largest ethnic festival in Arkansas, is a place where you can immerse yourself in the heritage of the country.
Birding is a year round activity in Arkansas and different species can be seen throughout the distinct seasons enjoyed in the state. Fall is a prime time to birdwatch and Central Arkansas a prime plac...
Moss Mountain Farm in Roland is the home of P. Allen Smith and is open to tour.
The First Presbyterian Church in Little Rock is a historic church at 800 Scott Street.
Southside Main Street (SoMa) in Little Rock is a historic district located south of Interstate 630 from the core of downtown.
Rock Town Distillery has the distinction of being Arkansas's first legal distillery since prohibition.
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.
Hop on Little Rock's beloved Arkansas River Trail for sites, experiences and plenty of open space.