Landlocked in the West South Central U.S. is the state of Arkansas. Its eastern borders are occupied almost entirely by the Mississippi River and the land rises into the northwest until you reach the green forests of the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains. Hike along the limestone bluffs of the Buffalo National River, mine your own quartz in the mountains, fish for the big one in some of the clearest lakes in the world, take a river cruise on the grand Mississippi. Arkansas, appropriately named the Natural State, is marbled with rivers and lakes and home to numerous open caves and Native American historical sites. More than fifty percent of the state is woodland and more than 150,000 acres of Wilderness Areas are waiting for lucky glampers to explore.
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