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However, here are our top picks of the more unusual sites that are completely unique to Arkansas — we guarantee they will not disappoint.
Unless a wedding is taking place, which happens almost every weekend, the space is serene and incredibly zen. And then my jaw hit the floor. A Rolling Stones interview with the then-candidate was even conducted there. A sharp rock jutting out of the forest walls, Hawksbill Crag must be among the most scenic places in Arkansas.
The best time to visit is early in the morning, before the tourists and photographers descend on this hidden gem. Deal done. This guest said it all:. Arkansas pic. The Glory Hole waterfall in the Ozarks National Park is perhaps one of the most otherworldly things to see in the state. A creek running through the park has literally drilled a hole through the rock, forming a 30ft-high waterfall that runs from ground level into a cave underneath. The Walmart Museum in Bentonville may not be the most obvious day out, but in Arkansas, it is prime and obligatory fun. The butter pecan flavor.
Once a cancer hospital run by a crook doctor, today the Victorian building is home to several ghosts, including medical staff from the time. If you want to find out once and for all whether ghosts exist, you can take part in a night-time tour of the property or even stay for the night. This s art deco gas station Unique Arkansas from now a quirky, well-kept secret in Eureka Springs.
Maybe for the better. This Eureka Springs compound also features other quirky accommodations: standard treehouses, hobbit caves an enchanted forest caverns.
The Crater of Diamonds State Park offers a pretty unique adventure to any treasure hunter — diamond mining. The Big River Crossing opened to cyclists and pedestrians in October with much cause for celebration: it is now officially the longest bridge of its kind in the country. Excuse for a casual out-of-state lunch, anyone? The biggest wow factor? You can get your picture taken behind the replica Resolute desk. Little-known fact: Arkansas hosts three American viticultural areas, which are all part of the Ozark Mountains.
Where to go? The Wiederkehr Wine Cellars are among the oldest in the region, with a history going back to the late 19th century, while the Chateau Aux Arc Winery boasts the largest US Chardonnay vineyard outside of California. Marshes, wetlands… Both horrible words. But who cares when they look like this? Bayou Bartholomew is more than miles in length, making it the longest in the world, but also one of the most bountiful in America.
Stand on the edge of the world at Hawksbill Crag. Give up a fish for adoption. Taste the original Arkansas possum pie. See an underground waterfall.
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