What is Arkansas Known for?

When looking at a map of the United States, you can find Arkansas by looking all the way down in the southernmost area. 

Arkansas is bordered by six separate states: Oklahoma to the west, Louisiana and Texas in the south, Missouri directly to the north, and Tennessee and Mississippi on the east side.

What are the natural wonders of Arkansas?

You can enjoy hiking, horseback riding, swimming, elk watching, and oh so much more when visiting the Buffalo National River.

Buffalo National River

Nature lovers will all enjoy this three-mile loop hike, and photographers, amateur or others, will seriously appreciate the view at the top.

Hawksbill Crag

This national park is actually located within the city of Hot Springs, so it’s incredibly easy to stop by for a soak on a road trip.

Hot Springs National Park

Natural caverns have formed underground by a mountain spring that feeds into an amazing lake beneath the earth’s surface.

Blanchard Springs Caverns

For those of you thrill-seekers, Greers Ferry Lake is known for its amazing 40-foot cliffs where you can safely jump into deep clear waters.

Greers Ferry Lake