Arkansas, also known as the Natural State, is a southern state with a diverse geography – from mountainous areas (Ozarks and Ouachita Mountains) to the lowlands along the Mississippi River.
You can have plenty of fun during the summer here, because Arkansas is full of interesting places and exciting things to do. Here are some of the highlights.  You might even consider purchasing a vacation home here, just contact a Fort Smith roofing company to inspect the roof before signing.

Organized tours
•20 Minute Ride on Segway Track
•Branson Half Day Guided Fishing Trip
•Guided Fishing Trip from Branson
•Zipline Tour of the Ozarks
•Rides on Segway Track

Historic Sites
•Fordyce Bathhouse
•William J. Clinton Presidential Library
•The Old Mill
•Johnny Cash House
•Arkansas Governor’s Mansion
•Lakeport Plantation
•1894 City Market
•Medical Arts Building
•Quapaw Quarter etc.

Water & Amusement Parks
•Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf
•Magic Springs Theme and Water Park
•Wild River Country
•Parrot Island Water Park
•Splash Zone Water Park
•Prairie Grove Aquatic Park
•Willow Springs Water Park


Arkansas hosts numerous history museums (Little Rock Central High School, The Walmart Museum), specialty museums (Ozark Folk Center State Park, Heifer Village, Esse Purse Museum, Gangster Museum) and art galleries (Arkansas Arts Center, Quicksilver Gallery, The Birdcage, Heartwood Gallery). Whatever you are interested in, you can surely find something to fit your taste.

Finally, Arkansas also has many state parks, where you can enjoy hiking, fishing, camping and other outdoor activities.