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Car Shipping To and From Arkansas

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The State of Arkansas

Arkansas, known as The Natural State, is a southern state that borders the Mississippi River. Full of parks and wilderness areas, you’ll be sure to find something exciting to do whether you’re a permanent resident or just stopping in for a quick stay. Its capital, Little Rock, is known for hosting the Clinton Presidential Center, where Bill Clinton’s presidential archives are stored.

Culture and Art

You can find rich art and entertainment scenes all around Arkansas, where galleries, museums, and theaters transport you to the state’s history and culture in an instant. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville has extraordinary glass collections by Alice Walton. You can enter for free and enjoy the masterfully curated works of art.



Arkansas has seven beautiful National Parks within its borders that can provide a calm and quiet getaway with your family and friends during your vacation or free time. Camping, fishing, birding, and even getting drenched under some waterfalls are a few of the best outdoor activities that are available in Arkansas. Pea Ridge and Central High, are two of the most popular locations to learn about Arkansas natives and travel back in time.

The state holds 52 parks, where you can hike or do bike riding across them, while you explore the amazing lakes and rivers that surround the area. And if you love water activities, don’t miss bathing in hot springs, digging for diamonds, kayaking, and canoeing.


Arkansas is the perfect place to view astrological wonders in the night sky. The wide low-light zones on the outskirts of town allow for an excellent view of different phenomena, such as eclipses. In 2019, the Buffalo National River was named the state’s first International Dark Sky Park, and many nighttime events take place here for viewing eclipses when they occur. 

On October 14, 2023, a partial eclipse of 90 minutes will take place, and on April 8, 2024, the Great North American Eclipse will run across the sky. The longest span of darkness will be around four minutes. That probably won't sound like much time, but compared to a 2017 eclipse that took place here, is nearly twice as long. That’s incredible!

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Arkansas is full of great venues that include, but are not limited to, dance clubs, theater performances, live music, and restaurants where you can eat and drink with your family and friends. Main cities in Arkansas, such as Little Rock, Fayetteville, Bentonville, Rogers, El Dorado, Hot Springs, and Fort Smith, are well known for cool entertainment during the evening hours.

Top Tourist Attractions

  • Hot Springs National Park

These hot springs, located in the Ouachita Mountains, are one of many amazing old bathhouses that are still in operation today. In addition to this, the park offers an observation tower, hiking paths, and other opportunities to explore the various hot springs that make up this natural hideaway.

  • Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site 

    In 1957, nine black teens were escorted by the soldiers to their first day of class here. The incident was seen as a crucial turning point in the Civil Rights Movement. Today, the center is still an active education center with more than 2,500 students enrolled. 

    • Buffalo National River

    The Buffalo National River flows freely and without pollution. The river, which flows through the Ozark Mountains, is a protected region and is home to deer, bobcats, and several other animals. It’s a must when coming to Arkansas and exploring the outdoors.

    • Arkansas Air Museum

    Biplanes from the 1920s and 1930s as well as information on the history of both military aviation and commercial aviation are on display at the Arkansas Air Museum in Fayetteville. And, one of its most attractive things, is the aircraft hangar from the 1940s that serves as the museum's building.


    Major Cities in Arkansas

    • Little Rock

    • Hot Springs

    • Bentonville

    • Fayetteville

    • Harrison