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Arkansas is nicknamed “The Natural State.” The state is in the South Central part of the U.S. Arkansas borders Missouri to the north, Louisiana to the south, Oklahoma to the west, Tennessee and Mississippi to the east, Texas to the southwest.
- Among the states of the U.S., Arkansas is the 29th largest by area and the 33rd most populous.
- The capital and most populated city of Arkansas is Little Rock.
- It is a hub for transportation, business, culture, and government.
- The largest cities are Jonesboro and Pine Bluff.
- The Mississippi River creates most of its eastern border, except for Clay and Greene counties.
- The St. Francis River creates the western border of Butyl, Missouri.
- The southeastern portion of Arkansas along the alluvial plain of the Mississippi is sometimes referred to as the Arkansas Delta.
- Northwestern is part of the Ozark Plateau, including the Ozark Mountains.
- The Ouachita Mountains are in the south, and the Arkansas River separates these regions.
- The southern and eastern parts of Arkansas are known as the Lowlands.
- The mountain ranges are part of the U.S. Interior Highlands region, and it is the only central mountainous region between the Rocky Mountains and the Appalachian Mountains.
- Mount Magazine in the Ouachita Mountains (2,753 feet (839 m) above sea level).
- Arkansas is home to many caves.
- Arkansas has many rivers and lakes.
- Arkansas has a humid subtropical climate- hot, dump summers and drier, mild winters.
- Arkansas is famous for extreme weather and frequent storms, thunderstorms, tornadoes, hail, snow, and ice storms.
- It is in Tornado Alley; that is why, in U.S. history, the most destructive tornadoes hit the state. To avoid a direct hurricane strike, Arkansas can often get the remnants of a tropical system that produces enormous amounts of rain in a short time and often spawns smaller tornadoes.
It is known for its distinct cuisine and traditional festivals. Sports are also essential, including football, baseball, basketball, hunting, and fishing.
Tourist Attractions in Arkansas
- Historic Washington State Park
- Powhatan Historic State Park
- Davidsonville Historic State Park
- Hot Springs National Park
- Mammoth Spring State Park
- Crater of Diamonds State Park
- Mount Magazine State Park
- The Old Mill Park
- Petit Jean State Park
- Devil’s Den State Park
- William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum
- Arkansas Air Museum
- The Walmart Museum
- Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Wonders of nature
- Blanchard Springs Caverns
- Buffalo National River
- Lake Ouachita,
- Whitaker Point (Hawksbill Crag)
- Roark’s Bluff
- Pinnacle Mountain
- Mount Magazine
- Mount Nebo
- Hot Springs Mountain
- Bowers Hollow Falls
- Buffalo River Waterfall
- Magnolia Falls
- Hemmed-in-Hollow Falls
- Thorncrown Chapel
- Garvan Woodland Gardens
The only Diamond-bearing site globally available to people for digging is Crater of Diamonds State Park.
There are dozen Wilderness Areas in Arkansas that take 641.20 sq. km area. These areas are open to hunting, fishing, hiking, and primitive camping.
Some corridors pass through Little Rock, including Interstate 30 (I-30) and I-40 (the nation’s 3rd-busiest trucking corridor).
The Dollarway Road is the first paved road and one of the first members of the Interstate Highway System.
The state maintains an extensive system of state highways today and eight Interstates and 20 U.S. Routes.
The states in which we operate
- South Dakota
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- West Virginia
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- Washington DC