Arkansas Transportation

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Arkansas Transportation

  • You Gotta Have Wheels

    I know that public transport bites in the U.S. It is a painful fact that at this point the best way to see most of my country is with a personal vehicle. So it is best to have this factored into your plans. With the exception of New York City, Chicago, San Francisco and Portland you will need wheels.I will give you a few ideas that have worked for...

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  • Ozark Travel

    Don't let the map deceive you. It takes a very long time to get anywhere in the Ozarks, and some areas are downright deserted. We drove from Clarksville up Hwy. 21 to Eureka Springs,and wondered if we had drove right out of civilization. All of the small villages on the way looked like ghost towns, there were no gas stations or stores, so come...

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  • Road Trip

    I took a car to Arkansas and that's a good thing. My last few trips had been without automobile, and it gets kind of old worrying about catching the right buses all the time. Driving on the scenic highways in Arkansas is not to be missed. Highways 7 and 23 cut through the Ozark National Forest and Ouachita National Forest...trees and scenic views...

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  • Little Rock National Airport (LIT)

    Little Rock National Airport (LIT) is in the center of the state and is served by Continental, Delta, and others. Fayetteville (XNA), Texarkana, and West Memphis also have scheduled air service.All points within the state are within a few hours drive. Many freeways radiate from Little Rock to get you to your destination quickly, but if you can, be...

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  • Scenic Route 7Route 7 is a...

    Scenic Route 7Route 7 is a north/south state road which goes through some of scenic highlights of the Ozark and Ouachita National Forests.The Northern section, which lies between Harrison and Russelville has the highest elevations, and best scenic overlooks. You'll go through Jasper, home of Dogpatch USA, and the 'heart of hillbilly' You'll also...

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  • You need a car/motorcycle in the Ozarks

    In the Ozarks, you need a car since public transportation is non-existant. Make sure you get a good map because many smaller roads are poorly marked, if at all. If you do any amount of exploring you'll likely end up on dirt roads, so don't bring a nice sports car. And there are only a few straight 4-lane roads in these parts, so give yourself...

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Arkansas Hotels

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