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Located in the south-central United States, Arkansas is a transitional point between the Deep South and the Midwest. Bordering Texas, Louisiana and Tennessee, Arkansas oozes Americana in the truest sense. With its rolling plains of soybeans, wheat and corn, and the mighty Mississippi River flanking its eastern border, the "Natural State" certainly lives up to its name. With Arkansas campgrounds scattered throughout the state, there's plenty of opportunity for outdoor adventure during your vacation.
Some of the state's signature attractions and unique cultural opportunities include:
The climate in Arkansas tends to be very humid, so plan accordingly if you are visiting during the summer. Water parks in Arkansas are common, and offer a great way to beat the heat. Temperatures remain fairly mild throughout the winter, with spring and autumn being the most popular times to visit the state.
For your accommodations, consider a condo or cabin-style vacation rental. These hotel alternatives offer more privacy and convenience, and are available throughout the state, whether you're staying in Little Rock or roughing it in the Ozark Mountains.
As a gateway to both the Deep South and the Midwest, there is plenty to see and do if you want to expand your travels. For a stronger dose of southern hospitality, head into neighboring Texas, Mississippi or Louisiana. Oklahoma, Missouri and Tennessee also border Arkansas and are easily accessible with the Interstate highway system.