Whether or not the state of Arkansas is currently on your must do list, here are some things that you should consider doing when you head that way.
The Ouachita National Recreation Trail
The Ouachita National Recreation Trail covers 192 miles and offers everything from leisurely walks to backpacking trails.
Keep your eyes open for wildlife
Arkansas is home to more than 70 kinds of mammals and more than 300 species of birds. Luckily there are plenty of beautiful places to take them in from.
The Arkansas Heritage Trails
The Arkansas Heritage Trails are driving routes that make stops at important historical sites such as Pea Ridge National Military Park and historically important Little Rock Central High School.
There is plenty of water to play in on an Arkansas visit, if that’s your sort of thing. The state has over 600,000 acres of lakes, 9,700 miles of streams, and 300 miles of the Arkansas River for fishing and playing.