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A Quick Guide to... Arkansas

Arkansas is bordered by Louisiana to the south, Missouri to the north, Tennessee and Mississippi to the east and Texas and Oklahoma to the west.

Situated at Ponca Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas City is located at the meeting point of the Arkansas and Walnut rivers. The one time busy Mississippi River burst its banks in 1927 and flooded the port. This flood changed the course of the river and as it turned out Arkansas was no longer a riverside city.

There is much to see and do in this area. It is the home of many National Parks including:

Arkansas Post National Memorial at Gillett;

The Buffalo National River;

Fort Smith National Historic Site;

Hot Springs National Park;

Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site;

Pea Ridge National Military Park;

President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site;

The Trail of Tears National Trail also runs through Arkansas.

Little Rock is the capital and second largest city in Arkansas. Located in central Arkansas, this city got its name from a rock formation on the Arkansas River.

Pocahontas, which is in Randolph County alongside the Black River, has some interesting places to see. The old Randolph Courthouse dates back to 1871 and the old Pocahontas school and St Mary?s church which now house the Eddie Mae Herron Centre date back to 1918. Pocahontas is now home of the Black River Technical College.

Arkansas has so much to offer that it will keep you occupied for as long as you want. Bird watching, museums, spa?s, golf, lakes and rivers that offer plenty water sports choices are all bound to keep you well entertained. Lively shopping malls and children?s playgrounds aplenty are another proof that Arkansas really has something for everyone in terms of fun.

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