Interior view of Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel in Bella Vista, Arkansas by Arkansas architect Euine Fay Jones, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. Photo by Brad Harding, Wheat State Traveler, via Flickr
Ouachita National Forest: Little Missouri Falls - Small but scenic cascading waterfalls on the Little Missouri River. From Hot Springs, go west on U.S. 70 to Glenwood, continue to Salem. At Salem, turn right (west) on Ark. 84 to Langley & head north on Ark. 369 & follow signs to the falls. Several miles of gravel roads are required to reach the area but the walk to the falls is easy. #Arkansas #Ouachita #Hot_Springs #waterfall #falls #hiking #trails #national_forest #vacation #camping #South
Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas is the only diamond-producing site in the world open to the public. The park allows visitors to dig for diamonds and, unlike most public mining sites, has the policy “finders, keepers.”
Eureka Springs, Arkansas - I have lived in and traveled to many places in the U.S. and I can tell you...if you want your sweetheart to love you forever, take her to one of the most romantic, Victorian bed & breakfast places in the world! Eureka Springs rivals even Bob Newhart's place. She will love the shopping too.