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ARKANSAS TRAVEL GUIDE

Walmart Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas view near Hawksbill Crag, Arkansas

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Author/Contributor: Greg Parsons


OVERVIEW



Arkansas has branded itself as the "Natural State", and you'll understand why once you spend time exploring its beautiful state parks and national forests. Travelers tend to focus on the western and northwestern areas of the state, much of which is often lumped in with the region that is referred to as the Ozarks. If you enjoy canoeing, hiking, and/or mountain biking, Arkansas needs to be very high on your list.

5-STAR ATTRACTIONS IN ARKANSAS



Here is an opinionated list of 5-star attractions in Arkansas. I believe each of these attractions should be on your Arkansas bucket list since they are all noteworthy from a national perspective:

Northwestern Arkansas (including Bentonville and Eureka Springs)
Christ Of The Ozarks, Eureka Springs - gigantic 65-foot Jesus statue; other religious attractions and a theatre are also within the park
Cosmic Cavern, Berryville - excellent cave tours, including "wild" cave tours; located between Eureka Springs, AR and Branson, MO
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville - one of the finest art museums in the U.S.; surrounded by lovely walking & biking trails
Dancing Hog, Fayetteville - 25-foot tall roadside attraction/photo-op; Arkansas Razorback hog statue
Devil's Den State Park, Winslow - awesome rock formations; hiking, biking, & backpacking trails; horseback riding; cabin rentals & campsites
Downtown Bentonville - attractive downtown area with excellent museums, shops, restaurants, walking & biking paths, and art sculptures
Downtown Eureka Springs - historic district with 50+ tourist shops and plenty of restaurants; very hilly!
Glory Hole, Huntsville - unique natural bridge & waterfall; one of Arkansas's best hikes (2.0 miles round-trip from highway AR 16)
Great Passion Play, Eureka Springs - performing arts theatre that re-enacts Christ's final days on earth; Christ of the Ozarks statue is close too
Intrigue Theater, Eureka Springs - magician shown in a small intimate theatre
Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel, Bella Vista - attractive church; similar to the more famous Thorncrown Chapel
Mountain biking in Bella Vista - excellent mountain biking; 130 + miles of trails
Mountain biking in Bentonville - some of the best mountain biking in the U.S.
Museum of Native American History, Bentonville - lots of artifacts from 12,000 BC through 1,900 AD
Ozark Mountain Ziplines, Eureka Springs - some of the best zip-lining in the U.S.
Ozark-St. Francis National Forest - beautiful scenery (forests, rolling hills, rocky cliffs) and many excellent hiking & backpacking opportunities
Scott Family Amazeum, Bentonville - excellent children's museum; close to the world-famous Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
TheatreSquared, Fayetteville - excellent regional professional theatre
Thorncrown Chapel, Eureka Springs - beautiful glass church with 425 windows in peaceful outdoor setting
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge, Eureka Springs - excellent big cat sanctuary, featuring tigers, lions, leopards and more
Walmart Museum, Bentonville - history of Walmart; in the heart of downtown Bentonville, which is very much worth exploring on its own
War Eagle Cavern, Rogers - guided cave tours

Northcentral Arkansas
Alum Cove Natural Bridge, Deer - impressive 130-foot long natural bridge; a relatively easy and short hike required
Blanchard Springs Caverns, Fifty Six - offers some of the best cave tours in the U.S.
Canoeing the Buffalo National River - one of the best multi-day canoe trips in the U.S.; several local businesses offer rentals and transport
Hawksbill Crag/Whitaker Point, Ponca - moderate hike to AR's most iconic view; a long dirt road leads to the trailhead (most cars can make it)
Horseshoe Canyon Ranch - rock-climbing paradise (many would argue the best area in Arkansas for climbing)
Lost Valley/Lost Valley Hiking Trail, Ponca - beautiful trail with geologic formations, waterfalls, and a cave you can explore with headlamps
Ozark-St. Francis National Forest - beautiful scenery (forests, rolling hills, rocky cliffs) and many excellent hiking & backpacking opportunities

Central and Western Arkansas (including Hot Springs and Little Rock)
Adventureworks Hot Springs, Hot Springs - excellent zip-lining
Arkansas River Trail, Little Rock - 5-star rated 21-mile paved rail trail/bike path; travels through Little Rock and North Little Rock
Arkansas State Capitol, Little Rock - impressive state capitol building that looks similar to the U.S. Capital building in Washington DC
ATV/ORV-ing near Mena - e.g. Wolf Pen Gap ATV trails
Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro - dig for your own natural diamonds (one of the best places in the U.S. to do so)
Crystal Ridge Distillery - perhaps the best distillery in the state
Downtown Hot Springs - shops, restaurants & attractions that are directly across the street from the bathhouses of Hot Springs National Park
Fort Smith National Historic Site, Fort Smith - early 1800s fort that includes restored courtroom and execution station
Garvan Woodland Gardens, Hot Springs - 210-acre botanical garden and woodland garden; several notable architectural elements
Hot Springs National Park - historic hot springs baths (some of which are open to the public); good hiking trails and scenic views too
Lake Quachita - Arkansas's largest lake and a playground for so many; 200+ islands; excellent boating, kayaking, swimming, and fishing
Little Rock Central High School Museum, Little Rock - famous site of 1957 desegregation movement
Maxwell Blade Theatre of Magic/Malco Theatre, Hot Springs - well-reviewed magic and comedy show
Mid-America Science Museum, Hot Springs - the best science museum in Arkansas
Mount Magazine State Park, Paris - hiking & climbing trails plus the highpoint of Arkansas (Mt. Magazine); cabin rentals & impressive lodge
Mount Nebo State Park, Dardanelle - panoramic views; 14 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails; cabin rentals and campsites
Old Mill at T.R. Pugh Memorial Park, North Little Rock - authentic reproduction of a water-powered mill; featured in Gone With The Wind
Petit Jean State Park, Morrilton - the crown-jewel of Arkansas's state park system; awesome hiking to waterfalls and geologic wonders
Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Roland - two fun and challenging rock scrambling routes to scenic views on summit; some of AR's best hiking
Wegner Quartz Crystal Mines, Mount Ida - one of the best places to search and dig for crystals in the U.S.
William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum, Little Rock - famous presidential attraction; includes an Oval Office replica

Eastern Arkansas
Southland Casino Hotel, West Memphis - one of the nicest casinos in the Mid-South

Are you aware of any other 5-star attractions in Arkansas? If so, please email me at gparsons66@hotmail.com.

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS IN ARKANSAS



Are you short on time or struggling to choose something to do or see in Arkansas? Here are my selections for the top 10 attractions or experiences in Arkansas, in no particular order:

Wander around the shops and restaurants located in the historic district of Eureka Springs
Rock scramble up to the top of Pinnacle Mountain near Little Rock
Visit the world-class Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville; make sure to walk the art-filled paths around the museum too
Take a few hikes in the Ozarks region, including Hawksbill Crag/Whitaker Point, Lost Valley, and Glory Hole
Explore a few of Arkansas's state parks - they boast one of the finest state park systems in the country
Go boating on Lake Quachita
Take a hot springs bath in Hot Springs National Park
Dig for your own diamonds at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro
Canoe the world-famous Buffalo National River
Go mountain biking in Bentonville, one of the premier mountain biking locations in the country

If I could pick only one place to visit in Arkansas, I would choose Northwest Arkansas. That area is easily worth spending a full week in.

BEST TOWNS & CITIES TO VISIT IN ARKANSAS



These towns and cities in Arkansas are generally regarded as the most interesting to travelers:

Bentonville - several excellent museums (Walmart museum & Crystal Bridges); awesome mountain biking trails; tons of public art/sculptures
Eureka Springs - historic district with tons of old buildings; 50+ boutique shops; religious attractions; access to nearby outdoor activities
Hot Springs - boutique shops; gateway to Hot Springs National Park; notable distilleries and breweries; hiking trails right from the town

My favorite city in Arkansas is Bentonville - I recommend that first-time visitors spend at least 2-3 nights here

My favorite small town in Arkansas is Eureka Springs - I recommend that first-time visitors spend at least 2-3 nights here

If you like hot springs, visit Hot Springs.
If you like mountain biking, visit Bentonville.
If you like museums, visit Bentonville or Little Rock.

Click here if you'd like to see a complete list of towns and cities that I find interesting across the entire U.S.

WHAT IS ARKANSAS FAMOUS FOR?



Here are some things that Arkansas is famous or well known for:

canoeing
caves / cave tours
crystal mines
desegregation history / museums
diamond mines
folk music
home of Walmart
hot springs
natural beauty (Arkansas calls itself "The Natural State")
outdoor activities
state parks and their lodges/cabins (Arkansas has one of the U.S.'s best state park systems)
the Clintons
trout fishing
Victorian architecture

Click here if you'd like to learn what other U.S. states are famous for.

NATIONAL PARKS IN ARKANSAS



There is one national park and several other federally-managed parks and properties in Arkansas, including:

National Parks
Hot Springs National Park - visit several historic hot spring bathhouses; the park also has many hiking trails and scenic views

National Forests
Ozark-St. Francis National Forest
Ouachita National Forest

National Historical Parks / Other National Parks
Arkansas Post National Memorial
Buffalo National River
Fort Smith National Historic Site
Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site
Pea Ridge National Military Park
President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail

Hot Springs National Park is worth 1-2 days of your time. While you could probably see most of the key attractions of the park in one day, I would encourage you to stay in the general area a little more than that. There are nice (but not extraordinary) hiking trails in the national park, and there are also many attractions in the adjacent city of Hot Springs. Take note that the bathhouses of the national park are literally across the street from the main tourist shops and restaurants of the city.

For more information on Arkansas's national parks, visit the Arkansas page of the National Park Service. For an overview of all U.S. national parks, click here.

STATE PARKS IN ARKANSAS



Arkansas has more than 50 state parks. Arkansas actually has one of the very best state park systems in the U.S.. Many of them have wonderful campgrounds and some offer excellent overnight lodging opportunities (e.g. cabins).

Many would agree that these represent Arkansas's finest state parks:

Flagship / Premier State Parks:
Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro - dig for your own natural diamonds (one of the best places in the U.S. to do so)
Devil's Den State Park, Winslow - unique rock formations; hiking, biking, and backpacking trails; horseback riding; cabin rentals & campsites
Mount Magazine State Park, Paris - hiking & climbing trails plus the highpoint of Arkansas (Mt. Magazine); several overnight lodging options
Mount Nebo State Park - panoramic views; 14 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails; cabin rentals and campsites
Petit Jean State Park, Morrilton - the crown-jewel of Arkansas's state park system; awesome hiking to waterfalls and geologic wonders
Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Roland - two fun and challenging rock scrambling routes to scenic views on summit; some of AR's best hiking

Other Notable State Parks:
Bull Shoals-White River State Park - world-class trout fishing
Lake Catherine State Park - lake activities, hiking trails, waterfalls
Lake Ouachita State Park
Mammoth Spring State Park
Ozark Folk Center State Park

My favorite state park in Arkansas is Petit Jean State Park. The canyons and waterfalls in that state park are spectacular.

I also love rock scrambling up to the summit of Pinnacle Mountain in Pinnacle Mountain State Park near Little Rock. I've done that twice now, and I can't fathom visiting Arkansas again without returning to do this hike. It's just so much fun, especially the extremely steep East Summit Trail. The West Summit Trail is less steep but still challenging nonetheless. Both trails will require you to use your hands fairly often to assist in the rock scrambling that is required to reach the top.

To see my list of the top 100 state parks in the country, click here.

BEST WATERFALLS IN ARKANSAS



Arkansas has a staggering amount of natural waterfalls - more than 400! Many of these waterfalls are seasonal, and so they are often at their best soon after a heavy rain. Here are some of the finest waterfalls in Arkansas:

Bowers Hollow Falls
Cedar Falls
Eden Falls
Falls Creek Falls, Lake Catherine State Park
Fuzzy Butt Falls
Glory Hole Falls
Hemmed-in-Hollow Falls
Magnolia Falls
Triple Falls

For a listing of all known waterfalls in Arkansas, visit the World Waterfall Database website.

BEST SCENIC DRIVES IN ARKANSAS



This section coming soon!

BEST RAIL TRAILS IN ARKANSAS



Here is a list of some of the best rail trails (or similar cycling paths) in Arkansas:

Arkansas River Trail, Little Rock - 5-star rated 21-mile paved rail trail/bike path; travels through Little Rock and North Little Rock
Delta Heritage Trail State Park
Razorback Regional Greenway

Of all the Arkansas rail trails, the Arkansas River Trail is probably the best.

For detailed information on all known rail trails in Alabama, visit the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy website.

BEST AMUSEMENT PARKS / THEME PARKS IN ARKANSAS



Arkansas has a few notable amusement parks. The best amusement parks in Arkansas include:

Alma Aquatic Park, Alma
Funtrackers Family Fun Park, Hot Springs
Holiday Springs Water Park, Texarkana
Magic Springs Water & Theme Park, Hot Springs
Parrot Island Waterpark, Fort Smith

While you will likely have a great time at these amusement parks, I personally don't feel that any of them are nationally significant.

BEST MUSEUMS IN ARKANSAS



Arkansas has many excellent museums. The best museums in Arkansas include:

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville
Daisy Airgun Museum, Rogers
Esse Purse Museum, Little Rock
Gangster Museum of America, Hot Springs
Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, Little Rock
Mid-America Science Museum, Hot Springs
Museum of Discovery, Little Rock
Museum of Native American History, Bentonville
Scott Family Amazeum, Bentonville
Walmart Museum, Bentonville
William J. Clinton Presidential Library, Little Rock

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art museum is one of the U.S.'s best art museums, and I would also say it's one of the U.S.'s top 100 attractions. It's an absolute must visit in my opinion. You can find the museum in the town of Bentonville, which itself is one of the U.S.'s finest small cities. The Walmart Museum and the Museum of Native American history are also there (along with a ton of outdoor activities, like outstanding mountain biking trails).

BEST DAY HIKES IN ARKANSAS



Arkansas has hundreds of miles of hiking trails. Many of the best hiking trails in the South Central region of the United States are found there. Here are some of the best day hikes in Arkansas:

Alum Cove Trail, Alum Cove Natural Bridge Geological Area
Cedar Falls Trail, Petit Jean State Park
Devil's Den Trail, Devil's Den State Park
East Summit Trail, Pinnacle Mountain State Park - the steeper and harder of two routes that lead to the summit of Pinnacle Mountain
Falls Branch Trail, Lake Catherine State Park
Goat Trail / Big Bluff
Glory Hole Trail
Hawksbill Crag / Whitaker Point - moderately difficult 3.0-mile round-trip hike to the most famous view in the Ozarks
Hemmed in Hollow Trail
Indian Rock House
Lost Valley - fascinating geology, natural bridges, waterfalls, and a cave you can explore at the end of the trail; 2.3-miles round-trip
Mount Nebo Rim Trail, Mt. Nebo State Park
North Rim Trail, Mount Magazine State Park
Pedestal Rocks
Seven Hollows Trail, Petit Jean State Park
Sugar Loaf Mountain Nature Trail
Trail system within Hot Springs National Park (e.g. Goat Rock Trail)
West Summit Trail, Pinnacle Mountain State Park - extremely fun and challenge hike/rock scramble to panoramic views
Yellow Rock Trail, Devil's Den State Park

The highpoint of Arkansas is Mount Magazine (2,753'), and the simplest way to reach it is via a fairly easy hike from an unofficial parking area within Mount Magazine State Park. While the summit offers no views, there is a giant sign at the top that is very photo-worthy. If you can, try to stay in a cabin or the lodge within this state park when you go. Mount Magazine State Park is one of the flagship state parks of the outstanding Arkansas state park system.

My favorite rock scramble in the state is Pinnacle Mountain. I've done and enjoyed both the East Summit Trail and and West Summit Trail. The West Summit Trail is less steep, but it is still hard, has huge rock steps, and it often requires the use of your hands. You should hike the West Summit Trail before you attempt the East Summit Trail (you want to make sure this type of hiking/rock scrambling is your cup of tea first).

To find more hikes in Arkansas or to learn more about the hikes I've listed above, I recommend purchasing hiking guidebooks on Amazon (or from your local retailer). Another option is using alltrails.com, but you have to be very careful when using that website as its information is often wrong or incomplete. Published hiking guidebooks will likely always be significantly better than the information you find online.

BEST BACKPACKING TRIPS IN ARKANSAS



Arkansas several excellent backpacking opportunities. Some of premier backpacking routes in Arkansas include:

Butterfield Trail - 15 mile hiking loop in Devil's Den State Park
Cane Creek Lake Trail, Cane Creek State Park
Cove Lake Trail, Mt. Magazine State Park
Eagle Rock Loop - 26 mile hike in Ouachita National Park
North Sylamore Creek Trail, Ozark National Forest
Ouachita Trail - 192-mile hike from near Talimena State Park in Oklahoma to Pinnacle Mountain State Park in Arkansas (near Little Rock)
Ozark Highlands Trail - this 165-mile route is considered one of the country's premier medium-distance backpacking routes
Pigeon Roost Trail, Hobbs State Park Conservation Area

CLASSIC OUTDOOR ADVENTURES IN ARKANSAS



Arkansas offers many excellent adventures, including these classics:

Backpacking the Eagle Rock Loop
Backpacking the Ouachita Trail
Backpacking the Ozark Highlands Trail
Canoeing the Buffalo National River
Canoeing the Mulberry River - typically runnable from late-October through mid-June
Caving in Blanchard Springs Caverns (especially the "Wild Cave Tour")
Caving in Comic Cavern
Cycling the Arkansas River Trail in Little Rock
Cycling the Delta Heritage Trail State Park trail
Cycling the Razorback Regional Greenway
Day hiking to Big Bluffs on the Goat Trail
Day hiking to Hawksbill Crag/Whitaker Point
Day hiking to Lost Valley (and then entering the cave at the end with a flashlight or headlamp)
Mountain biking in Bentonville
Mountain biking Lake Ouachita Vista Trail - designated by IMBA as an "epic" mountain biking trail
Mountain biking Ouachita National Recreation Trail - designated by IMBA as an "epic" mountain biking trail
Mountain biking in Bella Vista
Mountain biking in Syllamo - designated by IMBA as an "epic" mountain biking trail
Mountain biking Upper Buffalo Headwaters - designated by IMBA as an "epic" mountain biking trail
Mountain biking Womble Trail - designated by IMBA as an "epic" mountain biking trail
Rock climbing at the Horseshoe Canyon Ranch
Rock scrambling the East Summit Trail in Pinnacle Mountain State Park (near Little Rock)
Rock scrambling the West Summit Trail in Pinnacle Mountain State Park (near Little Rock)
Tubing/floating the Caddo River
Tubing/floating the Kings River
Tubing/floating the Quachita River
Tubing/floating the Spring River
Whitewater kayaking the Mulberry River
Whitewater kayaking the Spring River

There are a few good published guidebooks that you can buy about bouldering and rock-climbing in Arkansas. You can also visit the excellent rock climbing information found on the Mountain Project website.

ARKANSAS TRAVEL TIPS



For offbeat and unique Arkansas attractions, visit one or both of these amazing websites: Atlas Obscura and Roadside America

If you are visiting northwestern Arkansas, you should consider also visiting southwestern Missouri. There's a lot more Ozark-type fun to be had there.

UNIQUE / SPECIALTY FOODS TO TRY IN ARKANSAS



Here are some unique / specialty foods to try while you are in Arkansas:

cheese dip
chocolate gravy
delta tamales
duck gumbo
fried dill pickles
muscadine jams and jellies
possum pie
southern fried catfish

For a list of unique foods and mom-and-pop type eateries and restaurants in Arkansas (or any other U.S. state), visit the Roadfood.com website.
For a list of unique foods to try in each of the 50 U.S. states, click here.
For a list of the top-rated beers to try in Arkansas (or any other U.S. state), visit the Beer Advocate website.

OTHER KEY ARKANSAS INFORMATION



Capital = Little Rock
Major airports = Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (LIT) in Little Rock and the Northwest Arkansas National Airport (XNA)
Largest cities = Little Rock (204,405), Fayetteville (98,023), Fort Smith (89,728), Springdale (87,033), Jonesboro (80,838)
Primary U.S. interstates = I-30, I-40, I-49, I-55; both I-57 and I-69 are proposed
State highpoint = Mount Magazine (2,753'); a relatively easy day hike within Mount Magazine State Park is required to reach the top
Professional sports teams = None (although college sports is a pretty big deal in Arkansas)

Take note that in general this travel guide intentionally excluded restaurants, lodging/hotels, breweries, wineries/vineyards, and certain other types of attractions (like arcades, ax-throwing, bowling alleys, and escape rooms). These types of places tend to come and go, and keeping up with that would be too challenging. I encourage you to use Google Maps, Tripadvisor, Yelp, and other travel sites that have reader reviews to find the latest and greatest places that I haven't covered here.


one of the views near Hawksbill Crag/Whitaker Point in Arkansas
one of the views on the trail to Hawksbill Crag/Whitaker Point in Arkansas

Christ of the Ozarks in Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Christ of the Ozarks in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas
downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas

historic district of Eureka Springs, Arkansas
historic district of Eureka Springs, Arkansas

one of many giant art sculptures in Bentonville, Arkansas
one of many giant art sculptures in Bentonville, Arkansas

the Walmart Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas
the Walmart Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas

highpoint of Arkansas
highpoint of Arkansas (a relatively easy hike in Mount Magazine State Park)

views from Mount Magazine State Park, Arkansas
views from Mount Magazine State Park, Arkansas

summit of Pinnacle Mountain in Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Arkansas
summit of Pinnacle Mountain in Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Arkansas

Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas
Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas

entering the cave at the end of the Lost Valley Trail, Arkansas
entering the cave at the end of the Lost Valley Trail, Arkansas

Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

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