List of National Parks in Arkansas
|1||Pea Ridge National Military Park||4,300 acres (1,700 ha)||20. Jul. 1956||Sugar Creek Township / Garfield Township, Benton County, Arkansas, USA|
|2||Buffalo National River||150 miles (240 km) long. The lower 135 miles (217 km)||1. Mar. 1972||northern Arkansas|
|3||Hot Springs National Park||5,550 acres (8.67 sq mi; 2,250 ha; 22.5 km2)||4. Mar. 1921||Garland County, Arkansas, USA|
Arkansas National Parks
Arkansas National Parks Map prominently marks the diverse locations of the places where these parks are located. The National Park Services of Arkansas provides all possible guidance to the tourists.
Among many others the Hot Springs National Park is considered to be one of the oldest ones that is believed to have been established 200 years back. Situated on the northern part of Arkansas Hot Springs National Park provides such facilities as hiking park trails, Fordyce Bathhouse, historic districts and camping. The other famous National Parks of Arkansas state include Arkansas Post National Memorial, Pea Ridge National Military Park, Fort Smith National Historic Site, Trail Of Tears National Historic Trail, Buffalo National River and Central High School National Historic Site. Buffalo National River provides the tourists an opportunity to unearth the perennial appeal through canoe, boating, rafting or kayaking. Trail Of Tears National Historic Trail is another interesting park of Arkansas which takes the travelers to the era of 1840s when the people of Cherokee community were forcibly evacuated from their birthplace. All the National Parks of Arkansas state are associated with some or other relevant historic, political, socio-cultural or natural feature. The Arkansas state map offers comprehensive locational references regarding the National Parks of the place.
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Last Updated Date: May 23, 2016