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Arkansas - The Natural State


Friendly, fun and fantastic, Arkansas welcomes you with unmatched natural beauty, charming, historic towns, exciting cities, towering mountains, lush green valleys, rolling hills, and a wealth of beautiful, clear water lakes and rivers.

With 50 state parks Arkansas provides great experiences at mountaintop hideaways, lakeshore cabins, and riverside campsites along the famous White River. Visit a folk cultural complex demonstrating the traditional homestead crafts and front porch music of the Ozark Mountains and prehistoric Native American mounds. Visit a diamond mine where you'll search for "finders keepers" gems. Take a ride on a riverboat, take a swamp tour, or embark on many other adventures available in Arkansas.

Whether you're planning a romantic week-end getaway, your next family adventure, or a sportsman's holiday, Arkansas is a great destination for all seasons.

Enjoy your visit in Arkansas and welcome to Ozark Mountain Legends!

Kathy R. Weiser

Ozark Mountain View

An early morning view east of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Kathy Weiser, November, 2009.This image available for photographic prints & commercial  downloads HERE!


Welcome to Arkansas Legends


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Arkansas Slideshow (See Below)

Arkansas Photo Prints

Arkansas Slideshow (See Below)

Arkansas Links

Arkansas Postcards

Eureka Springs - Little Switzerland of the Ozarks

Fort Smith National Historic Site

George Maledon - Prince of Hangmen

The Haunted Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs

Judge Isaac Parker - Hanging Judge of Indian Territory

Quirky Arkansas

Arkansas Fun Facts & Trivia

Boggy Creek Monster

Booger Hollow's Double Decker Outhouse

Hope - Watermelon Capital of the World

White River Monster

World's Largest Spinach Can

You Know You're In Arkansas When ....

Pea Ridge Battlefield

Prairie Grove Battlefield Rich in History

Sequoyah - Inventor of Written Cherokee

Tutt-Everett War in Marion County

Scenic 7 Byway



Fort Smith National Historic Site

Fort Smith, October, 2007, Kathy Weiser.

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Arkansas FlagA diamond on a red field represents the only place in North America where diamonds have been discovered and mined. The twenty-five white stars around the diamond mean that Arkansas was the twenty-fifth state to join the Union. The top of four stars in the center represents that Arkansas was a member of the Confederate States during the Civil War. The other three stars represent Spain, France and the United States, countries that had earlier ruled the land that includes Arkansas.


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Booger Hollow, Arkansas double decker outhouse

Double Decker Outhouse in Booger Hollow, Arkansas, Kathy Weiser, October, 2007.

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