From the Ozarks to the Timberlands, Arkansas earns its nickname The Natural State with seven national park sites and 52 state parks, 2.5 million acres of national forest, 600,000 acres of lakes and 9,700 miles of rivers and streams. And there's more to the state than its unsung natural beauty. Sitting at the crossroads between the Midwest, Appalachia and the Deep South, myriad cultural and historical influences exhibit themselves in the historic sites and museums of cities like Little Rock all the way to the most rural Ozark mountain towns. 


The top 10 winners in the category Best Arkansas Attraction are as follows:

1.Buffalo National River
2.Old Mill At T.R. Pugh Memorial Park - North Little Rock
3.Mount Magazine State Park - Paris
4.Museum of Native American History - Bentonville
5.Garvan Woodland Gardens - Hot Springs
6.Little Rock Central High School - Little Rock
7.Petit Jean State Park - Morrilton
8.Downtown Eureka Springs - Eureka Springs
9.Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art - Bentonville
10.Blanchard Springs Caverns - Mountain View

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