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Northern Arkansas Vacation Deals


Northern Arkansas Vacation Deals

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Historic Victorian architecture, lakeside hiking and fishing and Native American history come together in one of Arkansas’ most fascinating regions. 


Dominated by the Ozark Mountains and dissected by the White River, Northern Arkansas is a region of stunning natural beauty and local history. Many of the region’s towns and cities are within a short drive of the Beaver Dam and the enormous Beaver Lake. Pack your rod, as fishing is one of the greatest attractions to the region. Hike, camp and swim in the calm water of the lake.

Discover the historic towns of Rogers and Eureka Springs, which both feature impressive Victorian architecture. Take a trip to one of America’s most important wildlife refuges at the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. Here you’ll find a collection of large cats rescued from around the United States. Visit Fayetteville for its stunning Botanical Garden of the Ozarks, a beautiful place to learn about the indigenous flora of the area. Stop by Springdale to take in a game of baseball.

Many important cultural museums can be found in the region. Visit the Museum of Native American History to learn about the indigenous peoples of the Americas or spend a weekend at the Ozark Folk Center to learn about the crafts, music and cuisine of the Ozarks. Visit in April to take in the region’s large Ozark Folk Festival.
Save time to explore the impressive state parks located alongside the Beaver Lake precinct. The Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area encompasses much of the lake’s shores. Fly fish and hike in the Bull Shoals-White River State Park.

Northern Arkansas is serviced by the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, which offers flights to major cities around the United States. Once on the ground, explore the region by bus or rented car. Accommodation ranges from family-friendly motels to luxury hotels, however the region’s natural beauty entices many to camp in the state parks. Visit in summer for long days and warm nights or rug up for cool temperatures, especially in the mountains, during winter.