Spring is officially here, and that means it is time to get outside. In Arkansas, we are fortunate to be in one of the most beautiful states in the country, and with flowers blooming and trees turning green, it is easy to see why. With the weather warming up and the days growing longer, we are ready to get out and have fun! If you are looking for great places in Arkansas that the entire family can enjoy, keep reading to learn more.
Crater of Diamonds State Park: Two hours southwest of Little Rock sits the world’s eighth largest diamond-bearing volcanic crater. At Crater of Diamonds State Park, you find a diamond and keep it! Featuring nearly 40 acres of searchable area, the park is also home to campsites, a discovery center, as well as a waterpark.
Little Rock Zoo: Situated in the heart of Little Rock, near War Memorial Stadium, is the Little Rock Zoo. Home to nearly 700 animals representing over 200 species, the park gives visitors to see animals from around the world. The Zoo is 0pen every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and provides the entire family an unforgettable experience.
Blanchard Springs Caverns: Tucked away in the depths of the Ozark National Forest, two hours north of Little Rock are the Blanchard Springs Caverns. Formed by the erosion of a mountain spring, many of the caverns are still active, meaning every visit is a new experience. For those looking for a little more excitement, amateur spelunkers can put on a hard hat and crawl into the depths of the cavern.
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