Arkansas – El Dorado News-Times – For Rent
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Arkansas – Sentinel Record – For Rent
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Fort Smith – Times Record – Rentals
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Texarkana Gazette – For Rent
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- AbbreviationFinder: Do you know how many initials that contain the word of Arkansas? Check this URL to search for a full list of organizations and names with the state of Arkansas.
- Countryaah: Provides a calendar of all 2020, 2021, and 2022 public holidays for Arkansas. On the site, you can see comprehensive list of national business holidays that are celebrated within Arkansas.
The landscape of the state of Arkansas is a unique mixture of impressive mountains, wide plains and fertile deltas. There are 52 national parks here. The nickname “The Natural State” is therefore not a surprise. Mississippi forms most of the state’s eastern border, while the Orzark Mountains rise to the north and merge into the Ouachita Mountains to the northwest. Whether you just want to relax while hiking or canoeing, or looking for excitement while climbing or rafting, Arkansas and its national parks offer a variety of activities for everyone. The climate in Arkansas is subtropical and therefore quite hot in summer and warm and dry in winter. Therefore, this state is an ideal travel destination all year round.
When you visit Hot Springs, you can try the healing properties of the hot thermal springs that Arkansas is famous for, or simply admire their meter-high water fountains. Further west, in Little Rock, the capital of Arkansas, is the Clinton Presidential Library, a museum that deals with the life and work of the former president and son of the country, Bill Clinton. The Central High Museum is devoted to another political issue that is also timely, namely the fight against racial segregation in public schools in the 1950s. Especially the TV documentaries collected here, but also newspaper articles and photographs convey the conflict of the time.
Southwest of Little Rock is the Crater of Diamonds State Park as another destination. Here, in the only active mine in North America, you can go diamond searching with the right equipment!