Cliff House Inn and Restaurant - overlooks the Arkansas "Grand Canyon" ! We are so having lunch here on our scenic hwy 7 drive
10 Apr 1969, Cummins, Arkansas, USA --- Country and western singer Johnny Cash, at microphone, puts on a show 4/10 for about 800 inmates at the Cummins Prison Farm and guests. He adapted his famous for the crowd, that included Arkansas Governor Winthrop Rockefeller, and sang "I'm locked in Cummins Prison." Cash was made an honorary "life-termer."
Ft. Chaffee, Arkansas adjacent to Fort Smith - in disrepair and now gone - by Gattis, via Flickr
What started off as a small store in Howard County Arkansas in 1938 turned into Dillard’s, one of the top department stores in the country....Arkansas Facts
Louisiana Purchase Historical Marker: Located near Blackton, Arkansas at the Louisiana Purchase State Park, this marker was laid by Prospect K. Robbins and Joseph C. Brown on October 27, 1815.
Toltec Mounds: This historic location is an archaeological site from the Late Woodland period in Arkansas that protects an 18-mound complex with the tallest surviving prehistoric mounds in Arkansas. The site is on the banks of Mound Lake, an oxbow lake of the Arkansas River. It was occupied by its original inhabitants from 600 to 1050 CE
The Rialto: The Rialto Theater is a historic performing venue at 117 East Cedar Street in downtown El Dorado, Arkansas. Built in 1929 during El Dorado’s oil boom years, the theater is one of the best local examples of Classical Revival architecture, and is one of the largest and most elaborately decorated performing spaces in southern Arkansas. The theater, which seats 1400, features a main entrance that has Egyptian Revival details and is flanked by storefronts. The brick of the front facad...
Fourteen miles southeast of the city of Little Rock stands Marlsgate Plantation, a stately columned Greek Revival Mansion shaded by ancient oaks and a pecan grove overlooking the waters of Bearskin Lake. Majestically rising amid acres of rice, cotton and soybeans, Marlsgate is a refection of the opulent plantation era when cotton grew tall and there was a privileged class of wealth in the Arkansas delta.
A beautiful spot for contemplation ~ Chapel of the Transfiguration at Camp Mitchell on Petit Jean Mountain #Arkansas
MONSTER Burger Joints In Arkansas.
Giant 5-lb. burger at Ed Walker's Drive-In Diner in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Also one of the only places left in the nation where you can drink a beer that's been delivered to your car. This burger can feed a whole family, and comes with a pie server to cut it into wedges.
16 Foods That Are Uniquely Arkansas: Goodness it makes me miss home. Love the cheese dip from Mexico Chiquito. I haven't found anything like it anywhere else...the best!!! I remember going to the original restaurant in Rose City when I was a little girl. And we always had sugared rice for breakfast: warm white rice, a pat of butter, sugar and milk. YUM!
cotham-mercantile-hubcap-burger in Scott, Arkansas and huge onion rings. Also their fried green tomatoes!
Located on Hwy 10 North, Little Rock, Arkansas
Barton coliseum, State fair grounds, gps coordinates for Little Rock, ARkansas fairgrounds
Lake Hamilton , Hot Springs Arkansas
Little Rock, Arkansas subway art. Too cool!!!!
Arkansas - The Natural State
Eureka Springs, Arkansas << "one of America's top 10 unusual towns" - interesting, would have never considered it, but looks fascinating!
Big Dam Bridge, Dusk over the Big Dam Bridge, over the Arkansas River. This was taken from the North Little Rock side. The moon was hanging out just above the bridge... photo by Brian Cormack
Natural Bridge on Petit Jean in Morrilton, Arkansas
The Old Mill, Arkansas, North Little Rock, Arkansas. Shown during the opening credits of "Gone with the Wind"
The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Eureka Springs, AR as one of its "Dozen Distinctive Destinations." Streets are lined with Victorian homes hugging cliffsides, and its entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places.