Charming Arkansas cities of Fayetteville and Texarkana

Arkansas annually attracts many visitors from across the nation and abroad. Many people are attracted to the state's outdoor adventure opportunities and its abundant waterfalls, tour caverns, wild caves, forested mountain trails, and scenic drives. And besides digging for diamonds and quartz crystals, the state has many beautiful cites and towns to be visited.

There are many attractions that make Arkansas the natural state a must see travel destination. Arkansas is the only state in the United States where diamonds are found naturally. The capital of Arkansas is Little Rock. It has amenities such as art galleries, live professional theatre, sporting events, wonderful restaurants, micro breweries, and a wide variety of lodging options can be found in the state's larger cities.

At the same time, Arkansas boast charming small towns that can lure travelers into a restful and calm reprieve from the hurried pace of modern life. Fayetteville has long served as the hub of Northwest Arkansas. It is best known as the home of the University of Arkansas and its Razorbacks, but its offerings go well beyond sports.

Outside the city you are just minutes away from sparkling lakes that can be used for fishing swimming, and boating. The Ozark Mountains are all around there so you will find plenty of hiking and other outdoor activities. Fayetteville is near everything in Northwestern Arkansas. And, you can have a great time without leaving the city limits. In and around the Northwestern Arkansas' most exciting city, there is enough exciting spectacular sports, cultural events, recreation, history, shopping, dining, to keep the fun going all the time. This is with all the personality and charm that only Fayetteville can offer. If you love history, then Fayetteville is the place for you.

You can travel back to the time of the Civil War by visiting Headquarters House., the Confederate Cemetery, and the Prairie Grove, and Pea Ridge battlefield parks. Or you can retrace your family's roots at one of the finest genealogical collections. Please take a fancy flight in an antique aircraft at the Arkansas Air Museum and explore amazing exhibits at the University Museum. The Arkansas Razorbacks are the perennial Southeastern conference contenders in football, basketball, baseball, track and field, and other sports; and the university's men's and women's sports programs and athletic facilities rival those of any school in the nation. From Home cooking to haute cuisine, Fayetteville has a restaurant for every appetite. Please treat yourself to a delicious breakfast or lunch. Dine by candlelight on a gourmet feast of the finest of Ozark cuisine or your favorite authentic international food.

When it is time to find a place to lay your head, Fayetteville welcomes visitors with a comfortable room and all of the amenities of home. There are charming bed and breakfasts and the best names in lodging to choose from here. Just make Fayetteville your headquarters for your Ozark experience and make memories that will last a lifetime.

In Texarkana, Arkansas, you'll find the blending of two great cultures where the South meets the West. Geographically, located on the boarder of Arkansas and Texas, Texarkana is comprised of two states with the same name. State Line Avenue marks the boundary between the two states and the two cities. The Clinton Center in Hope, Arkansas is where visitors can tour the childhood home of former President Bill Clinton. Thanks to the blend of historical and architectural treasures, natural beauty, and unique conveniences, the cities of Arkansas have a vibrant and growing future.

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