Arkansas has over 8 national and 52 state parks that include an abundance of forests, mountains, lakes, reservoirs, streams, and historic sites. It’s easy to see why some call Arkansas the Natural State as you explore the state that runs from the Ozark and the Ouachita Mountains down to the Mississippi River valleys. Organized as a territory in 1819 and a state in 1837. You can still find many of the historical sites that dot the state and discover its rich cultural heritage. Discover an Arkansas park near you.
Find an Arkansas Park Near You
National Parks & Historic Sites
Arkansas Post National Memorial
1741 Old Post Rd, Gillett, AR 72055
Buffalo National River
170 Ranger Road, St Joe, AR 72675
Fort Smith State Historic Site
301 Parker Ave, Fort Smith, AR 72901
Hot Springs National Park
369 Central Ave, Hot Springs, AR 71901
Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site
2120 W Daisy L Gatson Bates Dr, Little Rock, AR 72202
Pea Ridge National Military Park
15930 US-62, Garfield, AR 72732
President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site
117 South Hervey St., Hope, AR 71801
Trail Of Tears National Historic Trail
44 E Military Rd, Marion, AR 72364 (Marker)
For more Arkansas travel sites, visit Arkansas.com.
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