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Arkansas National Parks and Monuments

National Historic Sites, Recreation Areas, Memorials

Our site contains complete information on national parks and monuments in Arkansas, including national historic sites, recreation areas, memorials, and more.

You'll find complete details for each national park, as well as nearby trails, attractions, hotels, and guides. Explore national monument photo galleries, tourist information and plan your visit.

Arkansas River Valley In middle-eastern Arkansas, the Arkansas River sits between the Ozark and Ouachita Mountain ranges. This area is named the Tri-Peaks region after three major peaks: Mount Magazine, Mount Nebo and Petit Jean Mountain. These peaks, along with forests, rivers, streams and wineries, make this area a popular outdoor adventure and scenic driving destination. Outdoor adventure possibilities are plenty. State parks on each of the tri-peaks offer camping, hiking and scenic overlooks, as well as mountain climbing, rappelling and hang gliding.

Hot Springs National Park Hot Springs National Park preserves the hot springs and bathhouses which have made Hot Springs, Arkansas a destination for travelers and relief seekers for more than 200 years. The park protects 47 hot springs and eight historic bathhouses along an area called Bathhouse Row in downtown Hot Springs. The park also offers scenic drives, day-use hiking, picnicking and camping in the Ouchita Mountains.

Ozark Mountains The Ozark Plateau, commonly known as the Ozark Mountains, is an area of rolling hills accentuated by rugged slopes and divided by deep valleys, rivers, lakes and waterfalls. This forested region stretches from northern Arkansas into central Missouri and eastern Kansas and Oklahoma. The highest peaks of the region, the Boston Mountains are located in the northwestern part of Arkansas. The Ozarks are beautiful year round and offer unlimited outdoor adventure activities and scenic views. Residents of the Ozarks are known for their hospitality, traditional crafts and music.


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