What kind of Arkansas traveler are you? 

The new “My Trip” quiz from Arkansas Tourism will help you find out. 

By answering a few simple questions such as “Who is your traveling buddy?” and “What view do you want to wake up to?,” participants are matched with an Arkansas adventure that aligns their interests with The Natural State’s best destinations and attractions. 

And the best part is, your dream trip doesn’t have to remain a dream. 

By completing Arkansas Tourism’s “My Trip” quiz, users will be entered to win a free Arkansas vacation – with a customized itinerary based on their unique personality. 

The Natural State is home to seven national park sites, 52 state parks, two and a half million acres of national forests, as well as some of the Mid-South’s best food, cultural destinations and live entertainment.  

Whether your happy place is hiking in the Ozarks, duck hunting in the Delta, or relaxing on Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs, Arkansas has something for everyone. 

To enter, complete the “My Trip” quiz at https://www.arkansas.com/mytrip. Participants must be 21 or older and reside in the contiguous U.S. (48 states plus the District of Columbia) to enter. Only one entry per participant will be considered for the prize drawing. No purchase is necessary for eligibility. The contest ends June 30 at 11:59 p.m. (CST).

About Arkansas Tourism  
Arkansas Tourism, a division of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism, strives to expand the economic impact of travel and tourism in the state and enhance the quality of life for all Arkansans. The division manages 14 Arkansas Welcome Centers and employs more than 60 staff members across The Natural State. For more information, visit www.arkansas.com.  

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