The Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission celebrates 50 years

Arkansas Tourism

The Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, ANHC, has been tasked with a large role: protecting prime tracts of land that best represent Arkansas’ natural landscape dating back to the early 1800s. This is done through their System of Natural Areas. These lands are specifically managed to preserve and restore habitat that reflects the state’s natural heritage […]

Johnny Cash: The Official Concert Experience’ national tour to launch from Fayetteville

Arkansas Tourism

“Johnny Cash: The Official Concert Experience” will launch from the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville with shows on Oct. 14 and 15. Attendees will be the first to experience the new production before it hits the road for a national tour.    Producers are currently building the show, taking it from concept and laptop to the stage. Technical elements, […]

October edition of Discover Arkansas available online

Arkansas Tourism

The October edition of Discover Arkansas is now available at https://www.arkansas.com/discover-arkansas. Published by Arkansas Tourism, the monthly digital publication highlights events, activities and trip ideas in The Natural State. Scare up your next fall adventure with help from this month’s issue of Discover Arkansas. Pumpkins, fall color, and cooler air await your visit to The Natural […]

Compelling heritage found in Slovak, Arkansas

Arkansas Tourism

Slovak is a small Arkansas community with strong ties to its heritage.  The unincorporated town was originally settled by Slovak immigrants in the 1890s and is named after Slovakia. It is around 50 miles from Little Rock and near Stuttgart, known as the duck and rice capital of the world.   Sts. Cyril and Methodius […]

August edition of Discover Arkansas available online

Arkansas Tourism

The August edition of Discover Arkansas is now available at https://www.arkansas.com/discover-arkansas. Published by Arkansas Tourism, the monthly digital publication highlights events, activities and trip ideas in The Natural State. This August, we’re shining a light on agritourism in Arkansas. Agritourism brings together the agriculture industry and tourism to create new economic opportunities for farmers and a new […]

Rock climbing and coffee make a great combination in Fayetteville

Arkansas Tourism

Boulders and Brews offers a unique combination of rock climbing and coffee in an indoor environment in the heart of Fayetteville’s entertainment district. Walk into the facility and you’re hit with 3,000 square feet of climbing surface. Every shape and color of climbing wall hold — jugs, slopers, pinches, pockets, crimps and footholds — dots […]

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