13 Epic Things You Never Thought Of Doing In Arkansas, But Should
Few people are aware of these 13 off-the-beaten-path attractions hiding in Arkansas. From majestic castles to remote waterfall hikes, our state is full of bucket list travel destinations.
Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro, AR - The Touring Camper
Take your family on an adventure they won't soon forget and dig for diamonds at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas.
28 Things To Do in Bentonville AR
Bentonville is an amazing city in Northwest Arkansas. Take a trip there and discover all that Bentonville has to offer - great restaurants, amazing museums, and fun activities. #TasteAndTravelBentonville @VisitBentonville #AD #museums #filmfestival #visitbentonville #art #trees #travel #arkansas #usstates #walmart
Arkansas History •Date of Statehood: June 15, 1836 •Population 1850: 209,897 •Population 1900: 1,311,564 •Population 1950: 1,909,511 •Population 2010: 2,915,918 •Nickname: Natural State •Flower: Apple Blossom •Tree: Pine •Bird: Mockingbird •Musical Instrument: Fiddle •Insect: Honeybee •Gem: Diamond ~ Capital, Little Rock~ Largest City, Little Rock~ Second Largest City, Fort Smith~The U.S. Census Bureau
This Mouthwatering Ice Cream Trail In Arkansas Is The Sweetest Adventure In The State
If you're looking for the best ice cream in Arkansas, this is the road trip for you!
Small Town Saturday: Rogers, AR - This Is My South
The town of Rogers, Arkansas is a suburb near Fayetteville and Bentonville. The town was established in 1881 on the Saint Louis and San Francisco Railway. It was home to the first official Wal-Mart store in the country. Daisy Rifles were also started here and a museum is devoted to the products. A number of […]