Arkansas National Parks technically refers to Hot Springs National Park, along with any of Arkansas' 38 State Parks. Scroll down for a gorgeous gallery of alluring Arkansas wilderness scenes. Also find interesting facts about Arkansas, and links to other state photo galleries.
As mentioned, Hot Springs National Park is the only national park in the state of Arkansas, and is also the smallest national park in America.
Pictured above: Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas.
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Pictured Below: An eye-shaped vista at Buffalo River State Park.
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Among the many amazing state parks in Arkansas is Crater of Diamonds State Park (shown below), the only place in America where diamonds are found in nature.
Below: A colorful view of Calico Rock.
Fast Facts About Arkansas
1. The official state flower of Arkansas is the Apple Blossom.
2. The official state tree of Arkansas is the Pine
3. The official state bird of Arkansas is the Mockingbird.
4. Arkansas is divided into six geographical regions: Ozark Mountains, River Valley, Ouachitas, Timberlands, Central, and Mississippi Valley Delta.
5. The five largest cities in Arkansas (by population size) are Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, and Jonesboro, in that order.
6. Native American Indian Tribes from Arkansas include the Quapaw.
Below: Downtown Eureka Springs.
Below: An aerial view of Little Rock.
Above: Arkansas National Parks: Bath House Row in Hot Springs National Park.
Above: A dramatic sunset over Little Rock.
Above: Downtown Magnolia.
Above: Ozark State Park.
Above: Full moon over Whitaker Point.
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