Little Rock for a Little Price - Four Activities That Won’t Break The Bank in Arkansas’ Capitol

Most capitol cities can be bank breakers, but not in Arkansas. If you are looking for a destination that will provide loads of history, sightseeing opportunities and even beer for a bargain basement closeout price, Little Rock fits the bill. The city that began along the Arkansas River is a budget traveler’s dream, where you feasibly could spend just a few dollars to truly see what Little Rock is all about. Here are four activities in town that will keep you busy and rich in more ways than one.

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Checking in for Ghosts at One of America’s Most Haunted Hotels, Arkansas’ Crescent Hotel

As Halloween nears, a weekend getaway with a few ghosts is sometimes just what the traveler ordered. And while there are countless hotels in the United States that boast of being America’s most haunted accommodations, many contend that property is in only one place. Buried in the full oak trees of the Ozark Mountains, you will find the 126 year old Crescent Hotel and Spa in the town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. As a member of the Historic Hotels of America, this hotel has become known for its permanent guests of times since past.

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Clinton’s Arkansas: Four Presidential Stops in the Natural State

President Bill Clinton in many respects put Arkansas on the world’s map. I remember introducing a friend from Arkansas to my host dad in Florence, Italy. He instantly remarked upon hearing where he was from, “Oh Arkansas, Bill Clinton!” Travelers often skip the Natural State, but there are plenty of presidential traces across this part of the country worth exploring. Just as Bill celebrated his 66th birthday, you might consider heading to Arkansas for these Clinton haunts.

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Five Forgotten Destinations You Should Remember

As I handed my boarding pass to the less than enthused TSA agent, she said, “AR? Is that Arizona?” I said, “No, it’s Arkansas.” She remarked, “Arkansas, interesting. I have never heard of anyone going there.”

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