As a native to the "natural state" I can help you extract the sweetness from the hidden pleasures of this sometimes misunderstood area.From canoeing what may be the last free flowing river in America to taking in symphony, theatre, or art exhibits, I have a well rounded knowledge base to share with you. A relic of the restaurant business, I will steer you away from the chains and show you where it`s at from five star dining to hip coffee houses to sharing pond raised trout and catfish with the good country folk.Looking for a magical getaway amoung breathtaking mountains in an authentic Victorian village sometimes referred to as "little Sanfrancisco"? Eureka Springs is where it`s at to forget about your worries with superb restaurants and full service spas.From spirited Razorback sports to memorable walks and some of the best hiking in this region, look no further.I can help you find the best places to lodge, and give you hints on how to bargain.Looking for a day trip? Ask me about Tulsa, Memphis,and Kansas City. Northwest Arkansas and the Ozark mountains are my specialty..
I live and travel in Arkansas.
Attended the University of Arkansas
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Here are a few ideas for you: Crystal Bridges in Bentonville is an awesome experience! In addition to the wonderful art, the walking trails and dining are terrific. Nearby, the Bentonville square
I would consider floating the buffalo river. It is a beautiful area to drive through and to experience. The river is not rapid so it is rather safe. It is known to be one of the most scenic rivers to float
Hot Springs is not my area of expertise, sorry! What I can tell you is that I really like the Arlington Hotel. It is historic; a real gem. If the price seems too high then try to lodge somewhere near
Sorry for the delay! I would probably take what the author has to say with a grain of salt.It is pretty buggy in the south, but with bug repellent and a thorough shower after hiking I don't see what
Jonesboro is the fifth largest city in Arkansas. I haven't been there in a few years but I hear good reports about the progress of this small college town. There is a plenty of decent shopping including