Arkansas’s Diamond Lakes Region welcomes travelers looking for hiking, mountain biking, water sports, mining, swimming and more!
Dr. T. W. Hardison was an influential country doctor and is known as the father of Arkansas state parks.
Paddling the Ouachita River is a chance to experience the beauty of Arkansas from an interesting vantage point.
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The Islets Cove Paddle Trail on DeGray Lake is a 3 mile water trail that is both family friendly and easily accessible.
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.
The Civil War was one of the most trying times in our nation’s history. Many battles took place in Arkansas during the war.
Hot Springs and Hot Springs National Park are world-famous for their thermal springs.
Hot Springs and Hot Springs National Park are great weekend winter getaways.