If you believe Christmas has turned much too commercial, Plantation Agriculture Museum offers an antidote this weekend by evoking the reputedly simpler Good Old Days.
On a sunny mid-November afternoon in Boxley Valley, a sightseeing couple from Little Rock spotted exactly what they were seeking and eagerly pulled over.
So who doesn't love a parade to get this annual season of good cheer really rolling? Well, a grinch, maybe. Or a churl. Or a curmudgeon.
In nature's seasonal cycle, this would be one of the least colorful times of the year at Garvan Woodland Gardens.
As Arkansas' first state park, Petit Jean holds a place of pride that brings streams of visitors to its mountaintop location 65 miles northwest of Little Rock.
Fishing, especially for trophy bass, is the headline act at Lake Dardanelle State Park.
Much mystery lurks in the beguiling centerpiece of Hampson Archeological Museum State Park, tucked on the edge of Tudor-tinged Wilson in northeast Arkansas.
In the wonderfully wacky world that makes up the International Concatenated Order of Hoo-Hoo, the most exalted figure is the Snark of the Universe.
Back in 1902, when visitors from across America were flocking by train to Hot Springs for its famous thermal baths, H.L. Campbell decided some other attraction was needed to keep folks occupied.
It sounds a bit ambitious for a small town to host two festivals plus a motorcycle rally on the same weekend. But the folks in Fairfield Bay are figuring it also sounds like a lot of fun.