Category archives: Travel

Fall is a Busy Season for Arkansas Hunting

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Jill Rohrbach, travel writer Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism Hunting in Arkansas Autumn is one of the busiest seasons for camouflage-clad outdoors men and women hunting in Arkansas. “When fall comes around everyone, obviously, thinks about football whether it’s high school, college, or whatever,” says Steve “Wildman” Wilson, former public [...]

Haunted Waters Lake Tour

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Jill Rohrbach, travel writer Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism What is it about that dark that can make a pleasant place take on a foreboding feel? At Lake Fort Smith State Park in Mountainburg, it’s the telling of authentic Ozarks ghost stories during a nighttime water cruise from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 27 and 28. Park interpreters will lead[...]

Fall Arts and Crafts Festivals in Northwest Arkansas

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Jill Rohrbach, travel writer Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism For more than 50 years, the Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas have called to arts and crafts lovers. Some of the finest, juried shows take place here annually. Thousands of shoppers will flock to the area in mid-October for fall color and goods and wares. Most of the fairs are o[...]

New Development in Rails to Trails Initiative

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Construction of Delta Heritage Trail terminus trailhead begins   Submitted by Arkansas State Parks (Little Rock, AR) August 1, 2017 Construction of a new trailhead facility for the southern terminus of the Delta Heritage Trail (DHT) in Arkansas City kicks off tomorrow. This innovative project is being developed under the national "rails to tra[...]