ARKANSAS: the OZARK MOUNTAINS and the best places to visit in Arkansas

ARKANSAS: the OZARK MOUNTAINS and the best places to visit in Arkansas

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3 Popular Attractions In Arkansas

  • Little Rock Zoo: Zoo in Little Rock, Arkansas.
  • Arkansas Facts:

    • Since the 1830s the area now known as Hot Springs National Park has bathed notables as diverse as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Babe Ruth, and Al Capone. The park is entirely surrounded by the city of Hot Springs, the boyhood home of President Bill Clinton.
    • Famous singer Johnny Cash was born in Kingsland.
    • Alma claims to be the Spinach Capital of the World.
    • The Buffalo River is one of the few remaining unpolluted, free-flowing rivers in the lower 48 states.
    Largest cities or towns in Arkansas

    Source:[75]
    Rank Name County Pop. Rank Name County Pop.
    Little Rock
    Little Rock
    Fort Smith
    Fort Smith
    1 Little Rock Pulaski 198,606 11 Hot Springs Garland 36,915 Fayetteville
    Fayetteville
    2 Fort Smith Sebastian 88,037 12 Benton Saline 35,789
    3 Fayetteville Washington 85,257 13 Sherwood Pulaski 31,081
    4 Springdale Washington 79,599 14 Texarkana Miller 30,259
    5 Jonesboro Craighead 75,866 15 Russellville Pope 29,318
    6 Rogers Benton 66,430 16 Jacksonville Pulaski 28,513
    7 North Little Rock Pulaski 65,911 17 Bella Vista Benton 28,511
    8 Conway Faulkner 65,782 18 Paragould Greene 28,488
    9 Bentonville Benton 49,298 19 Cabot Lonoke 26,141
    10 Pine Bluff Jefferson 42,984 20 West Memphis Crittenden 24,860

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    Join a roadtrip through Arkansas and the offbeat Ozark mountains and discover the best roads and best places to visit.
    Arkansas is not just worth a stop – it’s a destination. Shady forests , peaceful lakes and hidden treasures. Find out about the best places to visit when touring Arkansas and witness, how I nearly ran out of gas in the middle of the Ozarks.
    As soon as I arrived in Arkandas the scenery had changed from the endkess plains to beautiful rolling hills and lush green forests. Here are the best places to visit, best roads to ride and things to do when visiting Arkansas and the Ozark mountains:
    – Sleep at Sky-Vue Lodge. It is a historic and cozy little B&B right on the edge of the Ozark National forest. The property sits near the top of Mt. Gayler in the Boston Mountains, part of the stunning Arkansas Ozarks, and offers rooms with porches, a pizza service, and views, that money can’t buy.

    – Explore the White Rock Recreation Area and its amazing dirt roads
    – Ride the Pig Trail Scenic Byway. It winds through the rugged and forested Boston Mountains region of the Ozark Mountains. This 24 miles on State Highway 23 is one of Arkansas best motorcycle rides and USA Today listed the route as the # 2 of the best rides in America.
    – If you are looking for a good place to stay in the middle of the Ozarks, Mulberry Lodge, that is right on Highway 23, or Byrd’s Adventure Center are the best options. They offer as well camping – but were completely booked at my time of traveling.
    – Stop in Oark and visit the famous Oark Cafe to eat a burger. Established in 1890, it’s the oldest continuous-operation store in Arkansas. And yes, people literally drive for miles to eat one of its famous burgers.
    – Explore Falling Waterfalls. Falling Beauty Waterfall also known as Falling Water Waterfall is is literally next to the dirt road in the Richland Creek area of south Newton county in Arkansas. It's a peaceful little spot to have a picknick, a swim or to put up your hammock and enjoy the calming sounds of the water.
    – Don't run out of petrol in the middle of the Ozarks 😉
    – Camp at Barkshed Recreation Area. Barkshed is a primitive camp near a clear mountain stream. It was the old “Barkshed Forest Camp” and is a serene little oasis in the middle of the forest these days.

    // A roadtrip that dreams are made of: join my journey through the United States of America. From Los Angeles in California on the westcoast to Miami in Florida on the eastcoast.
    9,000 kilometers,
    13 states,
    28 days,
    1 motorcycle

    // NEW EPISODE OUT EVERY THURSDAY 19.30 CET

    // Time of the journey: May-June 2021

    // Welcome to the journey! I am Lea Rieck, a journalist and author and I want to take you with me on a motorcycle overlanding adventure to all the wild and beautiful places in the world!

    // I circumnavigated the world solo from 2016-2017 and now I am going to all other places I have not seen yet. On the channel: my motorcycle trip around africa/ the first stage of the journey through westafrica, my motorcycle ride from Germany to North Cape “Expedition North” and the best places to do a roadtrip to in Europe. Cureently on the channel: CROSS-COUNTRY USA

    // Riding a Yamaha Ténéré 700. Bought the motorcycle myself from the press fleet of Yamaha USA (thank you Yamaha USA for making this possible. Ténérés were short on stock at all dealers I required one at)

    Watch the review of my european Yamaha Ténéré 700 here:
    https://youtu.be/S7yybRaVUwc

    //Equipment & Gear:
    – Touratech Companero Summer Jacket & Pants (given to me by Touratech after my old suit got stolen on the ship from westafrica)
    – BMW GS Gloves (self bought)
    – Alpinestar Toucan Boots (self bought)
    – Klim Krios Pro Helmet (self bought)

    – Leatt Neckbrace (given to me by Leatt as my self-bought neckbrace was still in Africa)
    – BMW Cooling Vest

    Watch the review for my helmets here:
    https://youtu.be/hOqLnqAHdAQ

    //Filmed with:
    Drone: DJI Mavic 2 Zoom
    Camera: Sony Alpha A7 rIII
    2 x Go Pro Hero 8
    DJI OSMO Pocket
    Iphone 12
    Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree
    Tripod Iphone: Joby GorillaPod
    Editing Program: Final Cut Pro X

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    9 thoughts on “ARKANSAS: the OZARK MOUNTAINS and the best places to visit in Arkansas

    1. August, 1982. Still in the midst of the "gas shortage." Trip out west, I get into Rapid City, SD, get a motel, and decide to sight see while I still have light. I was getting low on gas. I thought I'd just fill up later. Deadwood? Every gas station closed. Spearfish? Ditto. All along I-90 back to Rapid City, closed, closed, closed. Made it back to the motel with my stomach feeling just as empty as my gas tank. Next morning I put 5.4 gallons in my 5.3 gallon gas tank. 😀

    2. Been there, It was the best and worst place to be. Yes, I expect to return.
      For both reasons. A fool can't acknowledge even the most obvious awful.

    3. I love your accent and all your English mistakes cracks me up😂my wife is from Ecuador she also has an accent and messes up how to say words and things I love it❤

    4. I've heard some people call it ARKANSAS. The thing that puzzles me too is some cities in different states spelled the same but pronounced differently. When I move to another state, how am I supposed to know that? A few chuckles and you'll learn.

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