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The Counties of Arkansas


 

Arkansas, Ashley

Baxter, Benton, Boone, Bradley

Calhoun, Carroll, Chickot, Clark, Clay, Cleburne, Cleveland, Columbia, Conway, Craighead, Crawford, Crittenden, Cross

Dallas, Desha, Drew

Faulkner, Franklin, Fulton

Garland, Grant, Greene

Hempstead, Hot Spring, Howard

Independence, Izard

Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson

Lafayette, Lawrence, Lee, Lincoln, Little River, Logan, Lonoke

Madison, Marion, Miller, Mississippi, Monroe, Montgomery

Nevada, Newton

Ouachita

Perry, Phillips, Pike, Poinsett, Polk, Pope, Prairie, Pulaski

Randolph

St Francis, Saline, Scott, Searcy, Sebastian, Sevier, Sharp, Stone

Union

Van Buren

Washington, White, Woodruff

Yell

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Ozarks River Valley Ouachitas
Timberlands Delta Central


The Ozarks


Roam this ancient mountainous area and enjoy its natural beauty with rivers and lakes. Many of the quaint communities of this region have remained unchanged for years, but other areas have kept up with the other large urban areas of the countries. The Little Red River is a popular attraction in the area.

Some communities in the Ozarks area are:

Siloam Springs, Bentonville, Harrison, Mammoth spring, Corning, Eureka Springs, Rogers, Fayetteville, Berryville, Prairie Grove, Sulphur Springs, Springdale, Huntsville, Bella Vista, Bull Shoals, Flippen, Yellville, Lakeview, Mountain Home, Salem, Pocahontas, Hardy, Melbourne, Ash Flats, Marshall, Jasper, Clinton, Fairfield Bay, Greers Ferry, Heber Springs, Mountain View

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River Valley


This region has a varied range of activities, climates and more. Magnificent views in the mountain areas, a bit of the "Old West," some Victoriana, and the state's wine country may all be found here. Van Buren is known for its restored Victorian homes. The Fort Smith National Historic Site preserves a bit of America's history. At Altus and Paris you'll find wineries to rival those of the "Old World." State parks in the area include: Petit Jean (the first state park), Mount Nebo and Dardanelle.

Some of the communities in the River Valley area are:

Fort Smith, Van Buren, Alma, Greenwood, Mansfield, Booneville, Paris, Ozark, Altus, Clarksville, Dardanelle, Russellville, Morrilton

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Ouachitas


Ouachita (Washitaw) is an Indian word for "good hunting grounds." Besides great hunting, you can also enjoy the beauty of the mountains in this region with warm mineral waters, lakes and much more. The famous Hot Springs are here along with Hot Springs National Park. The area known as the "Diamond Lakes" bring many vacationers here. Lake Ouachita, the largest of these, offers everything from wilderness camping to full-service resorts.

Some of the communities in the Ouachitas area are:

Waldron, Danville, Ola, Perry, Perryville, Hot Springs Village, Hot Springs, Malvern, Arkadelphia, Gurdon, Murfreesboro, Glenwood, Mount Ida, Dierks, Wickes, Mena, Y City

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Timberlands


Here you will find the vast stands of hardwood and Southern pine forest of Southern Arkansas. The towns here exude their Southern Charm and employ museums and murals to portray their interesting histories. The area is rich in natural resources, including oil and natural gas. Not only will you find many historical attractions, great hunting and fishing, but you'll also find many friendly people.

Some of the communities in the Timberlands area are:

El Dorado, Texarkana, Red River, Foreman, Ashdown, Nashville, Washington, Lewisville, Stamps, Hope, Prescott, Magnolia, Camden, Hampton, Fordyce, Rison, Sheridan, Pine Bluff, Dumar, Star City, Monticello, McGehee,Dermott, Lake Village, Hamburg, Crossett,

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Delta


This is the state's major agriculture area as well as the places for the "Blues." You can also find the meshing of the wonderful "deep south" with antebellum and Victorian. Crops here include soybeans, rice, cotton and wheat. You can follow the "Great River Road" throughout the Delta area to see the major sites.

Some of the communities in the Delta area are:

Blytheville, West Memphis, Helena, West Helena, Lake Village, Piggott, Corning, Walnut Ridge, Paragould, Manila, Osceola, Wilson, Marked Tree, Harrisburg, Weiner, Jonesboro, Hoxie, Walnut Ridge, Newport, Wynne, Parkin, Forrest City, Hughes, Marianna, Brinkley, McCrory, Augusta, Des Arc, Hazen, Devalls Bluff, Clarendon, Marvell, Stuttgart, DeWitt, Elaine, Eudora

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Central


This is the seat of government for the state. Here you will find upscale cities along with a mix of culture, commerce, entertainment and recreation.

Some of the communities in the Central area are:

Little Rock, North Little Rock, Searcy, Conway, Benton, England, Lonoke, Sherwood, Jacksonville, Cabot, Beebe

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