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Rocky mountain highs. White Rock Mountain is one of Arkansas’s tallest peaks, and at 2300 square feet it offers a lot of rocky opportunities, including rappelling and hiking. Three cabins and a lodge grace the top of the mountain, along with eight family camping pads and a picnic area. White Rock Mountain is only accessible via gravel roads, and it’s quite far from the nearest town, but boy what a view from the top. Before you go, pick up your Yarnell’s Rocky Road ice cream at
Devil’s Den State Park, where you can hike rocky hillsides and fish in a slate-bottom creek held back by a gorgeous rock dam. Rock away your evening in one of the park’s 17 cabins,
The rock at the center of it all. Situated on the south bank of the Arkansas River along the Arkansas River Trail, you’ll find La Petite Roche, the little rock for which Little Rock got its name. The 15.6 mile loop that connects Little Rock and North Little Rock via the Clinton, Junction and Big Dam Bridges offers unparalleled views of the area and lots of places to jump on and jump off.
Check out a list of places to dig crystals, here.
Off-Road Vehicle Parks, such as Superlift ORV in Hot Springs. This 1200+ acre sports park has been set aside for people who want the adventure of off-roading – along with the safety of a professional staff who can help you out of any crazy situations.
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