Little Rock, Arkansas
Little Rock sits on the banks of the Arkansas River, located in the center of the state. And with a population of nearly 200,000 people, it’s the largest city in Arkansas and definitely the place to find a good time at a great value.
National Parks and Sites
From Hot Springs to the Ozark Mountains, there’s no shortage of things to do and see in Arkansas’ National Parks and sites.
Buffalo National River
Established in 1972, Buffalo National River flows freely for 135 miles and is one of the few remaining undammed rivers in the lower 48 states.Learn More
Hot Springs National Park
Hot Springs is renowned for its thermal springs. Hot Springs National Park, and its hiking trails and bathing facilities, is the region’s starring attraction.Learn More
Explore the National Park Service
Arkansas has an impressive mix of rivers, caves, mountains and hot springs. It’s also the only state in America that actively mines diamonds!
Arkansas State Parks
Arkansas state parks are incredibly diverse with beautiful wetlands, rocky mountains, clear streams and lakes, and quiet hollows. Your parks have no entry fees, beautiful overnight facilities including grand lodges, cozy cabins, and a wide variety of campsites, historic battlefields, museums, and interpretive/visitor centers.Visit State Parks
Experience Little Rock
Whether it’s a day trip to Little Rock or you’re here on a longer getaway, there is a wealth of things to do – and many of them are free – in Arkansas’s capital city.Find Things To Do
Directions & Parking
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