Arkansas is a natural destination for romantic getaways, weekend escapes or week-long vacations. The Natural State boasts six national parks, including the country's oldest, two-and-a half million acres of national forests, scenic byways, and 52 state parks that preserve and interpret the heritage, traditions and natural resources of this diverse state. Family float trips, whitewater rafting and world-class fishing are just a few of the outdoor adventures travelers enjoy in Arkansas. Our natural treasures are unique and abundant and include the world's only public diamond mine where over 75,000 diamonds have been discovered. Blanchard Springs Caverns, named one of the country’s 10 most beautiful caves, is a subterranean masterpiece within the majestic Ozark Mountains near Mountain View. Fleet-footed runners and street wise cyclists have a sparkling new view of the Arkansas River from the Big Dam Bridge, the longest bridge in the world built specifically for pedestrians and bicyclists. The Clinton Presidential Center and Park in Little Rock spotlights America's 42nd president and is the inspiration for the Billgrimage – a tour of the four communities in the Natural State that shaped one of the most influential men in the world. Step aboard the USS Razorback, the longest-serving submarine in the world. Arkansas's larger cities offer cosmopolitan amenities such as the symphony, theater and fine dining. Or, escape the pressures of modern day living with an exploration of quaint towns like Hardy, population 645, with 61 buildings on the Historic Register. Experience the best of both worlds from the balcony of your room at The Lodge at Mount Magazine, a 90,000-square-foot-showplace that now adorns Arkansas’s highest peak.
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