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Welcome to the Natural State! Affordable family vacations, romantic getaways, and business meetings are a natural in Arkansas. Find discount vacation packages deals, book a room online, enjoy fun family attractions, and activities: hunting and fishing, hiking and camping, exploring a real diamond mine, Civil War history, and caves; attending festivals and annual events. Explore the scenic beauty of Arkansas!

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Vacationing in Arkansas

Planning an Arkansas vacation this year? The Arkansas Vacation Kit has all you’ll need to plan your next trip to the Natural State. Kit includes Arkansas Tour Guide, State Parks Guide, a Highway Map, Calendar of Events, and the Arkansas Adventure Guide. Need information about Arkansas airports or are you traveling by auto and need road conditions or maps and information? Need to check the weather to plan your trip? Visit Arkansas.com to learn about the typical weather in Arkansas

Arkansas is naturally green - learn more about traveling green while in Arkansas. While you are here, visit the Arkansas Welcome Center to learn more about Arkansas and what to do while you are here.

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Arkansas State Parks

Fun family vacations begin with a visit to Arkansas' State Parks. The 52 state parks offer a wide variety of facilities and outdoor activities for your family. Use our helpful online tools to search for Parks, Trails, Lodging or Events and find just what you are looking for.

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Arkansas State Parks

Arts & Culture

Arkansas' rich heritage and history are woven throughout the state, much like the rich colors, patterns, and textures that are displayed throughout Arkansas' visual arts, architecture, and museums. This tapestry pieces together the stories associated with Arkansas's historic buildings like the ever popular Old State House Museum and the little known Hinderliter Grog Shop, and is creatively expressed on stage and canvas in Arkansas' arts and music, as well as in dance and pottery. The folklore of the Arkansas people begins with Native American Tribes and the Trail of Tears and extends to powerful and famous politicians, including the first U.S. president to be elected from Arkansas. Annual cultural and heritage events offer fun for the entire family and passes on stories about Arkansas's heritage to future generations.

Additional information on Arkansas arts and culture is available at:

www.arkansaspreservation.com
www.naturalheritage.com
www.deltaculturalcenter.com
www.historicarkansas.org
www.mosaictemplarscenter.com
www.arkansas.com/things-to-do/arts

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