Arkansas Travel Guide

Arkansas

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Rejuvenate your spirit and disconnect yourself in Arkansas, the "nature state". Bordered by six states and the Mississippi river on the east, Arkansas is a prime example of the immense beauty of the southern United States. Accommodations for tourists in Arkansas include brand-new hotels and resorts or restored historic inns and motels in many towns and cities. At the center of the state is the capital, Little Rock. Travelers have big fun in a city that runs as wild as the Arkansas River and as strong as the Ouachita Mountains - landmarks that make this a truly unique place. Hotels, motels and inns have plenty of amenities to please business travelers and even the most worldly of tourists.

If the reason for your trip to Arkansas is for the thrill of outdoor sports, towns like Mountain View and Harrison are some of the best places to start an expedition. Many lodging choices are located beside lakes, rivers, waterfalls and caverns, so nature and adventure-seekers can simply spend a couple of days at a bed and breakfast in Paris, Arkansas, and then continue traveling perhaps to any of the three national forests: St. Francis, Orzark or Ouachita. Ruggedly beautiful inns and hotels are nestled between the mountains, hiking trails and scenic points in the woodlands. Cozy cottages and hotels are also available for couples looking for a romantic getaway. They take advantage of the wineries, the boundless lodging options and the cultural attractions that make the trip more special. Live entertainment can be found at bistros, performance theatres and countless musical festivals.

Families traveling to Arkansas have endless amusement options. Accommodations cater to families with children of all ages, so everyone can feel happy whether in the hotel or at places like Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, the only public diamond mine in the world. Yes, Arkansas is a place where parents won't mind their kids getting dirty from head-to-toe. Tourists looking for relaxation go to towns like Eureka Springs and Hot Springs. Spas are the latest amenities added to the lodging options, no matter if you have chosen to stay at a small inn or a modern five-star hotel. North or south of the state, Arkansas boasts charming small towns or thriving cities with a wide variety of accommodations for all budgets.


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