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Month: June 2016

Arkansas River Trail- Little Rock

Greetings from Little Rock, Arkansas! On my short, Southern roadtrip I used Little Rock as my home base while exploring Arkansas since it is in the smack dab center of the state. The hopping spot in Little Rock is the River Market district so that was my first choice of area to stay. The downtown River Market area is a really cool place with lots of hotels, restaurants, the Arkansas River Trail, and the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum. The part of the trail by the River Market District has an amphitheater, children’s playground, splash pad, along with Read More

Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas

Hot Springs National Park is about an hour drive from Little Rock in Arkansas. The town of Hot Springs, AR is the boyhood home of former President Bill Clinton and there are many signs to point out that fact around town. Hot Springs became popular as a spa town utilizing about 47 natural hot springs from the mid -1800s up until World War 2. Officially Hot Springs National Park moved under the Department of Interior and National Park Service in 1921. Spas, hotels, and visitors seeking medicinal treatments had been utilizing the natural hot springs in the Ouachita Mountains prior Read More