Clinton Presidential Library, only the Twelfth Presidential
Library in existence, has brought some much-deserved
attention to Arkansas. But if perusing books while on
vacation isn't your thing (though if it is, you should
certainly check out this book haven), there is still
much to entertain you in this Southern state. An adventurer's
dream, Arkansas is ideal for kayaking, hunting, fishing
and propelling. And for individuals who prefer life's
luxuries to roughing it, there's always the natural
Crystal Bridges Museum
Featuring American art conceived by Walmart heir Alice Walton, Crystal Bridges Museum opened in Bentonville in November 2011. The 120-acre grounds offer walking and bike paths, as well as outdoor installations. Free admission is sponsored by the Walmart Foundation.
Hot Springs National Park
oldest park in the National Park System, the original Hot Springs Reservation
was established in 1832, and many of the bathhouses from
the early 1900s still stand for
today's visitors to enjoy. However, modern
facilities exist for people wanting to immerse themselves
in the local waters.
HOTELS Book a Room
After reliving Clinton's presidency at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library or supporting green living at Heifer Village, you can rest your feet at one of Littles Rock's charming hotels. Before choosing your lodgings, consult these hotel reviews, ratings and photos.